Please join us Wed, Mar 6, at 12:30 pm for an in-person artist’s talk with Sharon Norwood. The talk will take place in room D1400, Integrated Motion Capture Studio, on the ground floor, close to the east entrance to the building. A livestreaming link is available for online attendees. The event is open to the public - all are welcome!
- Zoom Link
- Meeting ID: 699 9848 0207
- Passcode: 650760
IN-PERSON: Integrated Motion Studio (IMS) D1400, Emily Carr University
Sharon Norwood is a Jamaican born, Canadian artist from Toronto, Canada. Her work spans several media to include painting and ceramic. Norwood received a BFA in Painting from the University of South Florida and an MFA in studio Art from Florida State University. Norwood has been awarded residences at Erie Arts & Culture, the McColl Center for the creative arts, the Hambidge center, the Virginia Center for the creative arts, the Vermont Studio Center, PILOTENKUECHE in Germany, Watershed Center for the ceramic arts in Maine, and ROKTOWA in Kingston, Jamaica. In 2019 Norwood became a Joan Mitchell foundation nominee. Norwood’s work is in private collections in Canada and abroad.
Presented by the Jake Kerr Faculty of Graduate Studies at Emily Carr University of Art + Design in partnership with the Surrey Art Gallery.