Sessional Faculty Heather Caldwell exhibits her work in ABOUT FACE at the North Vancouver Community Arts Council.
This group exhibition explores portraiture work where artists have focused solely on the human face and have successfully captured the essence of their subject through their approach and medium.
Walking Lines/Saskatchewan is a collaborative body of work by Associate Professor Rodney Konopaki and Rhonda Neufeld (’92).
Both artists came to Saskatchewan in the summer of 2012 to visit evocative prairie locations. The drawings and prints in this exhibition are landscapes deciphered through their experiential work process. With a drawing board and paper or woodblock held between them, they walked abreast over prairie terrain recording, with drawing or engraving tools, what they saw and experienced. These works mapped their tactile and sensory environment, and evolved as they walked together. They recorded marks that were stimulated by what they saw, heard, or felt.
Professor Emeritus, Renée Van Halm, presents French Curves at the Equinox Gallery from January 11 to February 8, 2014. An artist reception will take place on Saturday, January 11 from 2 to 4pm.
Renée taught for many years in the Faculty of Visual Art and Material Practice; during this time she also served as a dean. Her work includes painting, drawing and installation as well as public projects. Her work has commented on architecture and how it frames our social endeavours. She has shown locally, nationally and internationally and is also represented in Vancouver by Equinox Gallery.
Professor Emeritus, Marian Penner Bancroft, exhibits Hydrologic (drawing up the clouds) at Republic Gallery from November 8 to December 21, 2013.
Chance Operations², an exhibition of sixty-three collaborative drawings, prints and collages by faculty member Rodney Konopaki and Rhonda Neufeld (‘92) is currently on at the Thames Art Gallery in Chatham-Kent, The works in this exhibition are from their early days of working together and have previously shown in eight other galleries/cities.
Public Art, Public Space, and the Story of the Women’s Monument is a forum to encourage dialogue about context and public art.
Artist Beth Alber and others will share images of Marker of Change, the Women’s Monument, and discuss issues that can arise when location, landscape, public art and values collide.
Spur Vancouver - a new national festival of politics, art and ideas - launches in Vancouver in partnership with Simon Fraser University - Woodwards with an eclectic mix of debates and discussions. On the theme of Global Power Shift, Spur Vancouver will explore the rise, fall and re-imagination of societies.
Assistant Professor Lucie Chan, along with Marigold Santos, are featured in an exhibit, Multifarious at Truck Contemporary Art Gallery in Calgary to May 25, 2013
Multifarious is an exploration of identity and “self” pairing the works of Lucie Chan and Marigold Santos.