KHAN LEE is part of the exhibition Ascending: black, white, and brown, with Andrew Lee at Dynamo Arts Association. An opening reception will take place on June 23 at 7pm.
LYSE LEMIEUX's Richmond Art Gallery exhibition A Girl's Gotta Do What A Girl's Gotta Do was reviewed by Kevin Griffith for the Vancouver Sun. Read the article here.
RYAN PETER is featured in Coastal City, a series of temporary video and print public art commissions by the City of Vancouver. New images from Peter's Autogram series can be seen on transit shelters around the city from June 13 until July 10.
HOLLY WARD launches her latest project, Monument to the Vanquished Peasants, with a picnic in Dude Chilling Park (2390 Brunswick St., Vancouver) on June 9, 2016, from 6-9PM. Ward's site-specific installation is produced in conjunction with Western Front's Urgent Imagination series.
LYSE LEMIEUX in conversation with Ziyian Kwan will be an evening of art and dance at Richmond Art Gallery. Kwan premieres new dance work in response to Lemieux's solo exhibition, A Girl's Gotta Do What A Girl's Gotta Do, Friday, May 27, 7-9PM. A discussion between the two artists will follow, moderated by curator Nan Capogna.
LYSE LEMIEUX's Richmond Art Gallery exhibition A Girl's Gotta Do What A Girl's Gotta Do was reviewed by Robin Laurence for the Georgia Straight. Read the article here.
ANTONIA HIRSCH's Colour Shift (2012) is being featured on Salon 94's video wall in New York City from May 5 util June 25, 2016.
ANTONIA HIRSCH will be speaking about her new new book Negative Space: Orbiting Inner and Outer Experience as part of Scrivener’s Monthly at Western Front, co-presented with SFU Galleries, May 12 at 7pm.
MARIAN PENNER BANCROFT is part of Unsettled Sites: Marian Penner Bancroft, Wanda Nanibush, Tania Willard curated by Tarah Hogue at SFU Gallery, Burnaby, May 7 to July 29. An opening reception will take place on May 7 at 1pm.
REPUBLIC GALLERY was featured in MONTECRISTO Magazine. Read the full article here.
Michael Turner highlights HOLLY WARD's recent practice in a Canadian Art feature on Vancouver art in the Okanagan. Read the full article here.
GWENESSA LAM is participating in a Virginia Centre for the Creative Arts (VCCA) artist residency under the Bethea Scott Owen Fellow award. The residency is for one month beginning in late May of this year.
LYSE LEMIEUX's Richmond Art Gallery exhibition titled A Girl's Gotta Do What A Girl's Gotta Do opens April 23, with an opening reception April 29 from 7 to 9pm. Download a pdf of the poster here, and view the web invite here.
JIM BREUKELMAN's billboard project for Capture Photography Festival was featured in an article for Vancouver Observer. Read it here.
LYSE LEMIEUX's exhibition is featured in Robin Laurence's critics' picks for the Georgia Straight. A Girl's Gotta Do What A Girl's Gotta Do opens April 23 and runs through July 3rd at the Richmond Art Gallery. Click here for more information.
JIM BREUKELMAN's project for Capture Photography Festival was featured in an article by Kevin Griffin for The Vancouver Sun. Read it here.
BLAINE CAMPBELL was interviewed by the Canadian Press about the artist-in-residence program at TRIUMF. The interview has since been published by multiple media outlets, including The Globe and Mail, CBC, and The Vancouver Sun.
Negative Space: Orbiting Inner and Outer Experience, edited by ANTONIA HIRSCH, is the second publication in SFU Galleries' Critical Reader Series and is now available for purchase through the SFU Galleries website. Link here.
BLAINE CAMPBELL Blaine Campbell is acting as the Artist in Residence at TRIUMF, Canada’s national laboratory for particle physics and home to the world’s largest cyclotron. Blaine will be developing a number of new works in conjunction with the residency, which will extend through August 2016.