Big Rock Candy Mountain is an artist-run flavor incubator and taste-making think-tank initiated by Hannah Jickling and Reed H. Reed. Several local guests – alongside the Grade 5 + 6 students from Robert Service School/ Hätrʼunohtän zho – have contributed to the development of this exhibition and related programming.
The ODD Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new prints, paintings and installation work by Blake Nelson Shaa’koon Lepine.
AILEEN BAHMANIPOUR | IT IS MEANT TO BE READ
June 28 – August 19, 2023
The ODD Gallery is pleased to present an interactive drawing and sculptural installation by Iranian-Canadian visual artist Aileen Bahmanipour. IT IS MEANT TO BE READ contemplates issues of regulation and information access and includes a series of handmade papers resulting from the deconstruction and reconstruction of the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
May 19 – June 22, 2023
The ODD Gallery will transform into a community laundromat for this collaborative, interactive installation by Annie Canto and Jasmina Majcenic. The public is invited to do their washing and drying within the gallery for the duration of the exhibit and to participate in a series of community events and programming.
YUKON SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS | End of Year Exhibition:
April 14 – 28, 2023. Opening Reception: Friday, April 14th, 7 – 8:30PM
in the ODD Gallery
JULIAN FORREST – In Isolation
February 24 – April 1, 2023
Opening Reception: Friday, February 24th, 6 – 8pm
A studio is like a bubble or a cave in that, if you want, you can stay hidden away from the world for days and weeks, even months on end. I have spent a lot of time holed up in my studio over the last couple of years – sitting in there, painting and drawing and imagining life outside its walls. I started painting bunkers, lunar landers, suburban bungalows, and other “refuges” that I had read about in books or watched in movies as a child in the ‘70s and ‘80s.