Laura McKibbon: Impressions de Montreal

Part of an ongoing investigation of city and culture, this new body of work explores the streets, ruelles, and countryside of Quebec – a literal diary of time and place and document of the artists experience. All work had been produced at Gaia studios over the past few weeks, and features collaborative pieces with Catherine Auriol, recent recipient of the Prix France-Quebec.

Opening Thursday August 25, 5pm

Find out more about the gallery and the exhibition here.

Find out more about Laura here.

Monday morning eye candy – Kevin Stafford

I had the absolute pleasure of meeting Kevin at the Matter of Clay III opening earlier in the month and was completely taken by the beauty and subtlety of his work as well as his kind and genuine nature.

View more of his work at the Stoneware Gallery website here.

Is Ceramics a Viable Option?

Sunday 11 Sep 2011, 10:00AM to 3:00PM Is the studio potter a romantic notion of the past? What does the future hold for ceramics and are we ready to meet these changes?

Join Michael Keighery as he discusses ideas of how the ceramic studio potter might operate in the future. Once referred to as a “techno potter”, Michael Keighery’s witty practice gives ceramics a contemporary spin with the aid of technology, promoting lateral thinking. About the Artist: Michael Keighery’s practice of mixed media, ceramic-based, and performance art, is collected and exhibited world wide. His work has been featured in major contemporary art events including the Second Beijing International in China and the Huntington Gallery Boston USA. In the past five years he has exhibited solo in Sydney (Object Galleries, Mura Clay, SCA and UWS galleries), as well as in Brisbane City Gallery and New England Regional Art Museum.

His work is represented in public collections including the National Gallery of Victoria, Powerhouse Museum, Artbank and the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, as well as regional galleries across Australia.

Michael has had a distinguished career as an arts educator and policy maker most recently as Head of Fine Arts Program UWS from 2003 to 2007, National President (Australia) International Association of Art (IAA), Chair of National Association of the Visual Arts (NAVA). Cost: $20p/person (includes afternoon tea). Limited places available. Phone to book.



Toutefois, pour certains de ces appels, nous recevrons aussi les dossiers en tout temps…
Espace d’exposition


MATERIA, centre d’artistes et de diffusion en métiers d’art, lance un appel de dossiers aux artistes dans le cadre de sa programmation 2013-2014.

Date de tombée : Vendredi le 30 septembre 2011


Contenu du dossier à présenter:

Présentation de la démarche artistique

• Description du projet d’exposition

• Curriculum vitae récent (maximum 3 pages)

• Diapositives d’œuvres récentes (entre 5 et 10 images)

et / ou

• Photographies numériques sur CD (fichiers .jpg)

Un dossier comprenant des fichiers en haute résolution (300 dpi, 5 x 7 pouces)

et un autre comprenant des fichiers en basse résolution (72 dpi, 1024 x 768 pixels).

• Tout autre document pertinent (esquisses, dvd, etc.)

• Une enveloppe de retour pour votre dossier, pré-affranchie

Poster à : MATERIA, Comité de programmation, 367, boul. Charest Est, 7e étage, Québec (Québec) CANADA G1K 3H3

***Veuillez s.v.p. noter que MATERIA préférerait recevoir votre proposition de projet par voie électronique, à l’adresse suivante :*** S.v.p. alors nous acheminer uniquement vos images en basse résolution.

Pour information : Marianne Thibeault, directrice l (418) 524-0354, p. 221 l Sans frais : 1-888-524-7768 l

Le Centre MATERIA, seul centre d’artistes en métiers d’art au Canada, a pour mission de diffuser et de promouvoir la recherche et la création dans le domaine des métiers d’art actuels, aux plans national et international.

T 418 524-0354 | @ | | galerie 395, boulevard Charest Est, Québec

bureaux 367, boulevard Charest Est, 7e étage, Québec (Québec) G1K 3H3 CANADA

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Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts 2011 Art Auction

The Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts Auction The Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts is a public foundation dedicated solely to creating a legacy of financial support for the arts and artists in Saskatchewan, through the generous financial support of individuals, organizations and corporations. OPENING RECEPTION AND VIEWING

November 10, 2011

Wascana Country Club

7:30 PM An opening reception not to be missed. There will be scrumptious bites and great conversation. Entertainment for the evening, “Service with a Smile,” performed by the Mitchell Boys of Moose Jaw. Voice and and verse by Robert Service. Art, artists, and other special guests.

No admittance charge but donations gratefully accepted. ART PREVIEW

November 11, 2011

Wascana Country Club

1:00 PM An afternoon to spend time with the art and special guests. LIVE ART AUCTION

November 12, 2011

Wascana Country Club

1:00 PM