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CLIENT EXHIBITION: Featuring Rosalie Favell’s “Family Legacy” at the WAG for National Indigenous Peoples Day 2021

Using photographs, lenticular imagery and paintings, contemporary artist Rosalie Favell pieces together the multiple, intersecting histories of Winnipeg and the Indigenous peoples of the Red River settlement. ~Winnipeg Art Gallery This past April, Family Legacy, a solo ...

CLIENT FEATURE: Jeff Thomas in Art Canada Institute’s Father’s Day Digital Publication

In honour of Father’s Day this Sunday, we’re looking at artists who have created works about familial relationships that are at once deeply personal and also connected to broader issues of identity. ~Sarah Angel, Founder and Executive Director, Art Canada Institute For ...

CLIENT CONFERENCE: In Conversation with Jeff Thomas for “Indigenous Mobilities” Conference University of Kent UK

He began his work as a film photographer but as digital SLR cameras, GPS and drone technology as well as 360 and 3D documentation progress Thomas has been inspired to find new ways of conversing, documenting and asserting Indigenous presence. This current phase of work has ...

CLIENT PROJECT: Team Stimson Proposal Shortlisted for National Monument to Canada’s Mission in Afghanistan

We’ve been working on the project in the capacity of public art coordinators with Adrian Stimson and landscape architects the MBTW Group in creating a design for a monument that expresses Canada’s gratitude for the sacrifices made by Canadians who lost their lives or were ...

ARTICLE: National Gallery of Canada feature on Michael Belmore’s “Lost Bridal Veil Falls”

As people, we may modify and intervene, make a mark or deliver a blow, but we are only a small part in the sequence of what has come before and what will come after. At this overwhelming time of increasingly accelerated societal and climate change, I have appreciated how ...

EXHIBITION (RE!)OPENING: Àbadakone continues post Covid-19 lockdown at the National Gallery of Canada

The National Gallery of Canada (NGC) reopens this weekend with FREE admission today and tomorrow. Along with the opening, Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel has been extended beyond it’s originally closing date in April and will now run again from July 23 ...

EXHIBITION OPENING: Àbadakone Sneak Peak @NatGalleryCan Ottawa with International and Indigenous artists

Congrats to everyone involved with Àbadakone | Continuous Fire | Feu continuel curated by Greg Hill, Rachelle Dickeson and Christine Lalonde at the NGC! The Vernissage is tonight, Thursday, November 7 at 5 pm. More info on the exhibition and programming here. Here’s a ...

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