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Visiting Artists & Speakers | Candice Hopkins

Candice Hopkins, of Tlingit heritage, is the Sobey Curatorial Resident, Indigenous Art at the National Gallery of Canada. She is formerly Director and Curator of exhibitions at Western Front in Vancouver, BC.


Her writing is published by MIT Press, Black Dog Press, New York University, Catriona Jeffries Gallery, Revolver Press, Banff Centre Press, Museum|London and the National Museum of American Indian. She has been an invited speaker at Tate Modern, the Dakar Biennale, Tate Britain, Denver Art Museum. Recent curatorial projects include Jimmie Durham: Knew Urk, (Reg Vardy Gallery in Sunderland, UK, touring); “Architecture and Disaster” (Western Front); “Before the Internet: Networks and Art” (Western Front) and Shapeshifters, Timetravellers and Storytellers (Royal Ontario Museum). First Nations / Second Nature, (Simon Fraser University’s Audain Teaching Gallery). Hopkins developed the thematic artist residency “Storytelling and Fiction” for the Walter Phillips Gallery in Banff.
 
Monday February 27th 2012
6pm Mackinnon Rm. 114

ALL WELCOME - FREE ADMISSION


For further information please contact Julia Hall

 

Visiting Artists & Speakers | Gordon Monahan

Gordon Monahan's works for piano, loudspeakers, video, kinetic sculpture, and computer-controlled sound environments span various genres from avant-garde concert music to multi-media installation and sound art. As a composer and sound artist, he juxtaposes the quantitative and qualitative aspects of natural acoustical phenomena with elements of media technology, environment, architecture, popular culture, and live performance. The renowned composer John Cage once said, "At the piano, Gordon Monahan produces sounds we haven't heard before."

Monday January 16th 2012
6pm Mackinnon Rm. 114

ALL WELCOME - FREE ADMISSION

For further information, please contact Julia Hall.

Art History Speaker Series presents: Dr. Ruth Philips

“Dress, Display, and Dispossession Indianness and Visual Culture in 19th Century Ontario”

 

Dr Ruth Phillips is the Canada Research Chair in Modern Culture at Carleton University and former Director of the University of British Columbia Museum of Anthropology in Vancouver.  Her new research centres on two new book projects, whose working titles are “Museum Pieces: Exhibiting Native Art in Canadian Museums”, and “Transmission and Translation: Visuality and Art in the Great Lakes”.

 

Wednesday January 25th, 5:00 pm
MacDonald Stewart Art Centre, Lecture Theatre
Reception to follow talk