Eastside Atelier Art Studio
June 3 - 4, 2022
1310 William Street, Vancouver, BC
No need to wait till the Crawl! Come visit us at Eastside Atelier Studios for our Group Show!
"Escape into Art" Group show will be featuring over 20 artists from the Eastside Atelier community. The much loved building I've had the pleasure to work in and alongside many wonderful artists for the past 12 years or so, is having it's first group show.
If you did not know, Eastside Atelier is one of the biggest art studios in Vancouver, nestling 47 art spaces. As you guess, with an abundance of creativity, unique styles and provoking art work it is definitely worth a visit.
You will get a sneak peek at our intimate art studios and inquire about our individual processes and inspiration.
If you have not visited us since the Eastside Cultural Crawl, we think you will be pleasantly surprised with the fresh look!
So don't wait till the next Crawl, come June 3rd or June 4th, bring a friend, your kids, your parents, your furry family member or even a date!
Address: 1310 William St, Vancouver
Times: Friday, June 3rd 5pm to 10pm
Saturday, June 4th 11am to 6pm
Its an opportunity to escape from the day to day hustle, and see what is happening behind the scenes in our vibrant Vancouver art community.
Art Gallery at the Cultch
February 8 - March 6, 2022
- 12-4pm (M-F) and an hour before performances
- February 8 to March 6, 2022
- Pop by the box office for entry
- 1895 Venables St. Vancouver, BC (Historic Theatre)
- vaccine passports and masks required for in person visit
Gallery at the Cultch online exhibit here
Complete series available to view here:"Can You Hear the Ground?"
November 4 - Opening Reception
This year’s exhibition, Surfacing will harness the creative force gestated in this pandemic period and chronicle the new directions of recent works. This pandemic has been a unique time of introspection and solitude and artists have taken this opportunity to break complacency, reignite passions and discover unforeseen thematic and artistic possibilities. This exhibition will explore these challenging times through art created out of moments of frustration, vulnerability, strength, hope, and gratitude. Dates vary depending on the venue.
FIREHALL ARTS CENTRE NOVEMBER 2–28
Thursday, November 4
280 E Cordova Street
1 hour prior to performances
and Nov 20-21, 11am-2pm
* proof of vaccination required to visit gallery
Featuring works by: Polly Almond, Nadia Baker, Suzy Baker, Andrea Des Mazes, Dorothy Doherty, Deanna Fogstrom, Anne Gaze, Mat Holmstrom, Cliff Kearns, Dzee Louise, Julie McIntyre, Bronwyn McIvor, Sonia Mocnik, Ann Robson, Sherri Rogers, Claire Sower, Rose L. Williams
see here for opening reception dates of other venues.
1310 William Street
Welcome to another Year of the Eastside Culture Crawl
I am still in the same building at 1310 William Street. The building simply has a new name.
I have moved spaces inside the building however, and can now be found in studio #3, very close to my previous studio, just off the lobby at the top of the stairs. I look forward to seeing you and sharing with you the work I have been developing over the past year.
Invasive Systems - Collisions Festival
November 8-10, 2019
I am very excited to be one of the collaborating artists selected to participate in Curiosity Collider’s Invasive Systems Exhibition during their Collisions Festival. I will be exhibiting Crossing.
Invasive Systems is a three-day interactive festival exploring the influences of ecology, technology, & infrastructure on our inner and outer lives, and how we can understand our observations from both scientific and artistic perspectives — are these influences desirable, inevitable, or preventable?
Through Crossing, an interactive puzzle painting, you will examine how microbial colonies that communicate like our nervous system can impact our behaviours and the processes in our body. Invasion alarms ring – when their interactions with our bodies, particularly our brains, become undesirable or a threat.
I look forward to seeing how people will interact with the piece and how they will react to the challenge. In anticipation that the piece will reflect the level of difficulty of this problem, and how scientists have yet to solve this health puzzle, I will be providing some hints to help you along!
(perhaps the hint window photo here)
I hope you will be able to join us at the opening night of Invasive Systems on November 8th!
Other collaborative projects exhibiting include DNA sonification by Laara Cerman and Scott Pownall, and a projection sculpture by Kat Wadel and Garth Covernton. As well, there will be a number of artists exhibiting work considering the theme of invasive systems. It will be a fantastic night and show. Don’t forget to check out the workshops and tours also being offered over the weekend!
Here is a link for more information and for tickets: Invasive Systems