Exhibition Dates: June 4 to July 25, 2015, 3rd floor, 10215-112 ST Edmonton, Alberta, Wednesday – Friday 1- 4pm, Saturday 12-4 pm.
Familiars, Out-of-Towners, As Well As All the Others: Erika Andriashek in Gallery B
Large figurative sculptures that, through public participation, are to be continuously worked upon throughout the exhibition. The public are invited to leave their own found or sentimental objects of any size and shape with the sculptures; the artist will then document changes and evolution of the work.
Salva Corpus Amanti / Digital Imagery by David J. Kleinsasser in Gallery A Salva Corpus Amanti…translates to “save (or heal) the lover’s body” – it is to emotionally and viscerally experience what is seen with the eyes as ecstasy, total unity and oneness. Kleinsasser’s digital imagery seeks to delight your eyes, nurture your soul and expand your connections to the world around you.
The Alberta Partners for Arts and Culture is a coalition comprised of Alberta’s eight Provincial Arts Service Organizations and four Cultural Industry Associations. To learn more about each organization click on the links below.
Ignite Edmonton Festival Call for temporary pavilion design for Ignite Edmonton Festival. Build something awesome, and inspire Ignite Edmonton Festival (September 9 and 10, 2015) goers to unlock their creativity! That’s the challenge we’re putting out to the design community, seeking seven talented multi-disciplinary teams to develop and fabricate seven amazing and original pavilions that will host festival master classes, workshops and a relaxing lounge. Masterclass and workshop spaces: $5,000/space (maximum all inclusive)
Relaxing lounge space: $3,000/space (maximum all inclusive) Deadline for Submission: Sunday, June 7th, 2015 11:59pm
For more information, contact: Siao Yong, Ignite Edmonton Festival space activation lead, Edmonton Economic Development. E: firstname.lastname@example.org | P: 780-969-0461 For more details, please click here…
Call for Proposals Outdoor Engineered Art Installation Beakerhead is partnering with the Trico Charitable Foundation to increase understanding of the creative engineering behind socially innovative enterprises… among them, mushroom bricks! This is a call for proposals to build a large-scale public installation out of organic mushroom bricks that will be unveiled on September 16, 2015, at a designated site in the Kensington district of Calgary, Canada. Learn more here. Deadline for proposals is at midnight (MST) May 24, 2015
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Date: June 15, 2015
Time: 7:00pm- 8:00pm
Location: Kaasa Gallery, Jubilee Auditorium, Edmonton
Arts and Cultural Management (MacEwan University) invites you and your guest to attend the final lecture in our series which will feature Janice Price, President of The Banff Centre – The Changing Landscape of Arts Advocacy.
A critical part of any cultural organization’s evolution is underpinned by strong and relevant advocacy. More than simply public demonstrations or government lobbying, arts sector advocacy is evolving and has the potential to change the dialogue about what the arts mean to today’s cultural and economic landscape. In this talk Janice Price, President of The Banff Centre, will discuss the opportunities and trends that will allow arts leaders to engage in a meaningful dialogue with a wide range of stakeholders through advocacy efforts, and how to measure effectiveness of advocacy efforts.
Accepting submissions until midnight PST June 1, 2015
Environmental challenges today are as vast as the planet itself, but the most encouraging actions come in small steps – they start with you. Your unique ideas, creative passions, personal reflections and cherished experiences in the outdoors can become tools to create awareness and help solve challenges facing the natural world that is our home.
If you have a passion for nature, a creative idea to solve an environmental issue or a message about the environment you wish to share through the creative arts, we invite you to submit a proposal to present at the 2015 Get to Know International Unconference. This will be your moment to take the stage and present a unique piece of environmental statement art or environmental idea. Whether you sculpt, paint large-scale murals, sing and strum, dance, write, or produce animated shorts, this is a stage for art in all its forms. We invite you to seize this unique opportunity to grab the attention of a high-profile audience of influential leaders, industry professionals and established artists across Canada and the United States.
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The Alberta Media Arts Alliance Society (AMAAS) is a not-for-profit society which exists to promote, support, educate and advocate for Alberta media arts and to foster the common objectives of Alberta’s media arts organizations and artists. Media arts are defined as: independent, artist initiated and controlled use of film, video, new media, audio art, and related media.
It’s less than a month away, terrific networking, learnings, and badland adventures at GROUND: Media Arts Conference in Drumheller June 11-14. Register now, there’s only a few spots left.
Upcoming Workshops at Fire Station Artists’ Studios
Fire Station Artists Studios, 9-12 Lwr Buckingham Street, Dublin 1.
Professional development skills programme is constantly responding to the changing needs of professional visual artists and utilises Fire Station’s Sculpture Workshop and Digital Media facilities. This programme is constantly being added to and updated – please refer to Fire Station’s website.
Creating Sound to Moving Image – Karl Burke Date: 20th – 21st June 2015 (10am – 1pm) Price: €60 An introduction to audio recording, editing and processing. A two day practical workshop where participants are introduced to the key aspects of creating sound for moving image. Using freely available open source software, the course aims to provide artists with the essential skills and practical knowledge to achieve quality results independently. This will involve two key aspects; environmental sound and sound tracking: Mould Making Workshop – Level 1 – Ciaran Patterson Date: 7th – 8th July 2015 Price: €100
Introduction to the various stages and materials used in the mould making process; starting with the basics, making a two piece plaster mould to using silicon rubber and more advanced techniques for mould making. There will be an opportunity to discuss and cast in different materials such as wax and resin. No experience of mould making is required. All materials will be provided. Mould Making Workshop – Level 2 – Ciaran Patterson Date: 22nd – 23rd September 2015
Price: €100 This workshop focuses on the process of mould making and casting objects for a foundry. More advanced mould making processes will be discussed and demonstrated. The process of preparing waxes for bronze casing in a foundry will direct this workshop with an
opportunity to visit a working foundry. Requires some experience of mould making. All materials will be provided
Adults need to have fun too! Register in our week-long visual arts workshops from July 6 – 31, 2015.
Join Red Deer College this summer for an experience that unites creative minds in a journey of inspiration and imagination.
For over 30 years, Series Summer Arts School has been offered at Red Deer College. Their wide variety of courses allows both serious artists and beginners to explore their creative sides. The Series experience includes instructor presentations, open studios and model sessions in the evenings and a variety of social activities. Do all of this by staying right on their beautiful campus!