ANDREA PINHEIRO will be participating in the group exhibition Camera Atomica. Camera Atomica addresses pressing issues in the post-war era – nuclear weapons proliferation,
toxic waste disposal and climate change – as they are represented in photography. The exhibition opens July 8th, running until November 15th.
LYSE LEMIEUX has completed a site specific felted wool wall drawing titled WD10;Talking out of both sides of her mouth for the exhibition Out of Line at Oakville Galleries. The exhibition looks at 30 Canadian artists working today in the expanded field of drawing and assesses the significant ways in which drawing practices are taking shape. The exhibition runs until Septemper 5, 2015.
GWENESSA LAM is part of a two-person exhibition with Dana Jang, entitled Impermanence at Hammes Gallery, Moreau Art Galleries, Indiana. The exhibition is on display August 28 - September 25, 2015.
GWENESSA LAM will be Artist-in-Residence at ArtOmi Visual Arts Residency for the Summer of 2015.
HOLLY WARD and Kevin Schmidt are collaborating on a project for the upcoming Camera Obscura festival in Dawson City from June 17-21, 2015. Details here.
CAROL SAWYER recently continued her investigation of shadow puppets with a live performance of Shadow Cast at Merge Collective in Vancouver, with live improvised score by herself, Meredith Bates and Chris Gestrin. Her collaboration with poet Susan Rich, Your Still Life Builds a Home Inside My Head, was exhibited in April 2015 as part of National Poetry Month celebrations at Highline College Library, Des Moines, WA. Excerpts from Sawyer's project Some Documents from the Life of Natalie Brettschneider are included in the group exhibition Through a Window: Visual Art and SFU 1965-2015, which is on the SFU Galleries June 3 to July 31 2015.
CAROL SAWYER's video Proscenium is included in BAC - New Media Exhibtion, a group show of contemporary media art as part of the Byron Aceman Collection.
ANTONIA HIRSCH will participate in the group exhibition Art In The Age Of… Planetary Computation, part of Witte de With’s 25th anniversary celebrations. The exhibition will run from May 22 to August 23, 2015.