Sunday, January 28, 2018

Jan 2018 News


Ovoid Felts in the studio!

The year is off to a running-learn-as-you-go-from-moment-to-moment kinda situation, both professionally and personally. For those of you who don't know- I have started teaching with the fine faculty of The School For Contemporary Arts at SFU in Vancouver. You will find me in either the basement studios at DT Woodward's campus or at 611 Alexander Studios. BTW, it is one of the most beautiful spaces to work in and the students there are fantastic! Teaching Painting and an Intro to Studio Class.

An Assembly of Shapes Oakville Galleries in Gairloch Gardens & at Centennial Square
June 24–September 1, 2018

An Assembly of Shapes explores painting as a methodology. Moving between figuration and abstraction, the works in this exhibition emerge from an underlying curiosity about both form and content that reflects the stakes of creating and circulating images. Through thoughtful consideration of subjects such as perception, politics, technology, language, intuition, and humour, painting is positioned here as a site for inquiry. The exhibition presents works by Canadian artists working both locally and internationally, including Sascha Braunig, Anthony Burnham, Patrick Cruz, Brenda Draney, Elizabeth McIntosh, Veronika Pausova, geetha thurairajah, Charlene Vickers, Ambera Wellmann and others.

Papier 2018
Montreal
April 19 – 22
Booth: TBD
Arsenal Contemporary Art
2020 William Street
Montreal, QC H3J 1R8< br />
Fazakas Gallery is pleased to take part in Papier 2018 representing artists: The Supper Club (Rande Cook, Carollyne Yardley & Noah Becker) Mark Preston,(and yours truly)Charlene Vickers


Summer 2018
Anna Leonowens Gallery
1891 Granville Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Intertribal Lifelines installation project and performance collaboration with Cathy Busby will be travelling to the east coast this summer. Presented by Anna Leonowens Gallery.

Hope to see some of you there at these spaces and places. A message to visiting curators to Vancouver, book a studio visit today before my year gets intensely busy again!

Chi-Miigwetch Peeps!! Charlene

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