Exhibitions and Events
This year marks the 75th Anniversary of Canada’s National Film Board. Gaspereau Press author Binnie Brennan will read from her new book Like Any Other Monday which tells the story of a Buster Keaton-like character. A screening of the 1964 NFB film The Railrodder and its accompanying ‘making of’ documentary, Buster Keaton Rides Again, will follow the reading after a short question and answer session.
Public reception: Thursday 11 September at 8:00 PM
In October 1953, a one-room area in the Arts and Administration Building was officially opened as the Dalhousie Art Gallery, a space administered by an art committee made up of faculty members working on a volunteer basis. The 1950s and 1960s were formative years for the Gallery when it went through a period of rapid growth. In 1970, the Gallery hired its first professional Director, and it has been led by paid professional staff ever since.
Project site: http://tracingtracks.com
Artists: Edith Flückiger and Germaine Koh
Curators: Mireille Bourgeois and Chantal Molleur
Website by Lukas Steinman
A component of the exhibition
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSION on residual media and CLOSING RECEPTION for
Thursday 24 July 2014, 7 to 10 PM
6052 Almon Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Artifact Institute is pleased to open its facility to the public on Thursday 24 July from 7 to 10 PM. The facility is operating this summer to complete the project Investigation 1: Electronic equipment discarded between 2004 and 2009 by arts and cultural organizations in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
About Investigation 1
ABORIGINAL CURATING TODAY
SUNDAY 4 MAY AT 3 PM | SCOTIABANK THEATRE, SAINT MARY’S UNIVERSITY
Greg Hill - Kanyen’kehaka artist and curator, Audain Curator of Indigenous Art, National Gallery of Canada Ursula Johnson - Mi’kmaq artist, currently longlisted for the Sobey Art Award
Dr. Carla Taunton - Assistant Professor, Division of Art History and Critical Studies, NSCAD University Tania Willard - Secwepemc artist, designer, co-curator of Beat Nation
The Sculpture Area of NSCAD University and the Contemporary Art Projects Society are pleased to present a public talk by internationally recognized artist Krzysztof Wodiczko. The talk will take place on Monday 31 March at 7:30 pm in room HA19 at Dalhousie’s School of Architecture, located at 5410 Spring Garden Road. Admission is free and everyone is welcome.
Organized and circulated by the Vancouver Art Gallery, based on an initiative of grunt gallery, co-curated by Kathleen Ritter, Associate Curator (former), Vancouver Art Gallery and Tania Willard, a Secwepemc artist, designer and curator.
This exhibition was made possible with the generous support of Mark McCain and Caro MacDonald / Eye and I, The Audain Foundation for the Visual Arts, Gary R. Bell, Rick Erickson and Donna Partridge.
This exhibition is shared with Saint Mary’s University Art Gallery and mounted in the two respective gallery spaces.