Sept 4 – Oct 27 — Liz Charters works in sculpture and installation, through the combined media of light, text and video. While in Dawson City, Liz hopes to connect the ways in which light defines our experience of place and time to their own experience of chronic illness and disability.
July 2 – Sept 8 — While in Dawson, Rachel will be working on a series of artworks that explore insect perception and consciousness through art.
Jason de Haan (Edmonton, 1981) is a multidisciplinary artist settled in the Alberta Badlands alongside Akokiniskway (the river of many roses) on Treaty 7 territory, the traditional lands of the Blackfoot confederacy. Working responsively and according to various encountered conditions de Haan’s projects explore resonance, broadcast, deep time, unseen forces, concentration, residuals, synchronicity and activation. His practice is diverse, with a wide and increasingly multidisciplinary approach to sculpture, collage, drawing, photography, video, text, and book works.
Join us at Macaulay House on Saturday March 18 from 2-4pm for a look at the work of current KIAC Artist in Residence Miriam Behman.
Drop by Macaulay House to see what current artist in resident Chrsitina Trutiak has been working on.
Friday, December 30th, 5-7pm.
Macaulay House (Princess and 7th).
Trutiak’s practice teeters between video, sound, performance, installation, and sculpture. Survival and destruction, resilience and resistance are significant themes within Trutiak’s practice.
Make an Animated GIF with Aritst-in-Residence Chantal Rousseau! Experience the magic of making your art come alive! This workshop will introduce the basic animation principals of movement, looping, framing, and timing as well as strategies for making animation cells. Using free online software, you will learn how to make an animated GIF from drawings or photographs – digital or analogue. This workshop is geared to ages 12 up, and all levels of artistic experience. $40 KIAC members, $45 general public. Call 993-5005 or drop in KIAC to register.