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The Manolis L Citizens Response Committee: The Manolis L Art Exhibit
Additional Venue Information: Rouge Gallery
72 Harbour Dr. St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada
Michael McCormack and Jason Penney: Bric-a-Brac to the Future
FEB 18 2010
A new St. John’s show pairs two east-coast artists, Michael McCormack and Jason Penney. Both divine future visions from reclaimed materials and locales, creating scenarios that are alternately...
News in Brief: Eastern Edge’s New Executive Director, Toronto and Ottawa Art Awards, Curatorial Prize Winner Announced
MAY 19 2017
This week, the St. John’s artist-run centre Eastern Edge announced staffing changes, and municipal awards were distributed in Toronto and Ottawa.
Must-Sees This Week: May 11 to 17, 2017
MAY 11 2017
In Montreal this week: a performance investigating territory and extraction, one of many projects across Canada addressing landscape histories.
HOLD FAST Contemporary Arts Festival
AUG 12 2016
HOLD FAST is a four-day celebration of contemporary art practice held in August in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador. Now going into its 17th year, HOLD FAST is the province’s only festival...
Marigold Santos – MIRROR/MOTHER (fragments)
MAY 25 2016
MIRROR/MOTHER (fragments) explores self-hood as an experience of shifting identities and realities. Works of drawing, film and installation renegotiate the artist’s lived experience of migration...
ANNA HAWKINS: How to Chop an Onion
MAR 24 2016
Anna Hawkins, How to Chop an Onion (video still), HD video 00:05:18, 2015. How to Chop an Onion is a 2-channel video installation that involves dissection, reconstruction and loose re-enactment of...
Land of Mirrors
MAR 10 2016
Land of Mirrors, installation detail, 2016. Photo by Kailey Bryan. For generations Newfoundland has ignited a rich imaginary for its residents, visitors, and those who pour over maps. Many are swept...
What Is the New Newfoundland Dream?
FEB 26 2016
Plummeting oil prices and economic anxiety are changing Newfoundland's idea of itself yet again, Lisa Moore writes. But artists help put the flux in focus.
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