Dandy Lines is on route to Dawson City, and I’m soon to follow! This will be my first time to the Yukon, and I hear it is beautiful. Here’s the show opening March 9th: Dandy Lines at the ODD Gallery
I am absolutely thrilled with the latest installation of Dandy Lines in the Esker Foundation Project Space! I have always dreamed of applying mechatronics to these sculptures, and now, thanks to the Esker’s support, they are in motion! This exhibition is on until October 23rd and can be viewed from street level on 9th Ave SE. Opening reception will be on September 16th and I’ll be giving an artist talk on October 14th and an embroidermation workshop on October 15th. Check out a little video clip here!
University of Alberta Museums Galleries
Enterprise Square 10230 Jasper Ave., Edmonton
June 16 – July 9
Thursday/Friday Noon-6pm, Saturday Noon – 4pm
This exhibition is part of the Dressing Global Bodies conference at the University of Alberta, where I will also be presenting my research paper “Dandy Lines: Beneath the Surface of the Western Sartorial Identity” as part of “The Political Practice of Making” session.
I also have a Dandy Lines cloak included in the group show The New West as part of the Calgary Stampede Western Showcase Stir’Up.
And I am very excited to announce my upcoming installation of Dandy Lines at the Esker Foundation Project Space from July 25 – October 23. This installation will have new and exciting features! Stay tuned for talks and workshops announcments.
Check out the online catalogue accompanying the dc3 Art Projects exhibition Monstrous? Special thanks to David Candler and Kristen Hutchinson for the texts and Sara French for the photos!
After many years emtombed, Mythtaken has been resurrected to be shown in the group exhibition Monstrous? at dc3 Art Projects in Edmonton, AB.
After revitalizing her in the studio for the past couple of weeks, she’s radiating.
My stop-motion animation Awesomosis will also be in the gallery along with the puppets from the film.
Monstrous? Includes work by Shanell Papp, Tammy Salzl, Dana Dal bo, Dana Holst, Alysha Creighton, and Janice Wright Cheney. Opening reception is Thursday, March 12th from 5pm-9pm. If you’re in Edmonton go see it!
I’m very pleased to announce my March and April studio residency at the Calgary Allied Arts Foundation (CAAF) where I will be fashioning my Tajima embroideries into western-inspired outfits.
Visit the CAAF Residency website to read more about the project http://www.caafonline.org/residency.html
For those in Calgary, come check out GIRAF November 6th – 10th.
My animation Corpse Candles will be featured in the Canadian Shorts package on Nov.7th at the Globe Cinema @9:00pm