Yvonne DuBourdieu, ASA: This current body of work looks at the dichotomy between strength and weakness within ourselves and the unease that manifests when our vulnerabilities are laid bare through heightened uncertainty. Now, in the light of a global pandemic, when our social and cultural structures have been so deeply shaken, how do we grow, repair, rebuild? How do we redefine purpose and meaning when we are living through an ongoing state of crisis?
Join Yvonne DuBourdieu, ASA for the closing of the Falling With Uncertain Grace exhibition May 21, 2022 from 2-4 pm in the ASA main gallery. Meet the Artist and catch this last opportunity to see the show in Calgary.
May 21, 2022 is also your last opportunity to see the All is Water exhibition by Twinkle Banerjee, Hesam Rezaei and Danny Luong in our Mezzanine Gallery.
Learn more about Falling with Uncertain Grace HERE, and All is Water HERE.
We will also be hosting a book reading by a friend of the ASA, Ken Rivard, for his 11th publication entitled CANALWATCH in the lounge area in front of the gallery at 2:30pm. Learn more HERE.
We will be hosting a book reading by a friend of the ASA, Ken Rivard, for his 11th publication entitled CANALWATCH in the lounge area in front of the gallery at 2:30 pm.
This edition of the Broadstrokes newsletter celebrates our adventures throughout the region over the past 6 months. It includes featured images from venue visits, a listing of all spring and summer exhibition locations, and a Q&A with TREX artist Annette ten Cate. We hope that you feel inspired!
This issue of our newsletter looks at ways in which walking can be
used as an artistic gesture to investigate our surroundings. It includes a featured lesson plan titled ‘Taking a Line for a Walk’ (page 5) and a Q&A (page 10) with the Calgary-based interdisciplinary artist, Alana Bartol.