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2019 MAIN GALLERY EXHIBITIONS

COLLAGE, SANS COLLE // until November 18, 2019

The work of eighteen contemporary collage artists from across Canada is presented under three separate themes in our hallway cases.

Curated by Jenelle Pasiechnik & Vicky Chainey Gagnon

With funding from the Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia, and the City of Campbell River.

LANDSCAPES OF THE INTERIOR // The mind and body of collage // June 1 – August 23, 2019                                                                                                                                                       

Dominique Cheng (Toronto, ON), Melanie Garcia (Montreal, QC), Janie Geiser (Los Angeles, CA), Catherine Mellinger (Waterloo, ON), Rosie Schinners (Salt Spring Island, BC), Tanya St-Pierre (Sherbrooke, QC)

VOICES AFAR // Diversity-based practices in collage // September 5 – November 20, 2019    

Jerry Evans (St. John’s, NL), and other artists TBD

FIONA ANNIS: A PORTION OF THAT WHICH ONCE WAS EVERYTHING  // July 11 – September 4, 2019    
An exhibition that will gather the results of the artist’s exploration of the connections between astronomy and photography, including research completed during a residency in Naples, Italy at an observatory and museum of astronomical instruments.

Artist: Fiona Annis (Montreal, QC)

Curated by Vicky Chainey Gagnon

With funding by the Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia, and the City of Campbell River.

CEDRIC, NATHAN & JIM BOMFORD: REST STOP & CRUMMY II //  September 21 – November 18, 2019                                                 This exhibition features two new interactive sculptural installations that provoke reflection on the politics of contested public spaces. Featuring a work outside the gallery.

Artists: Cedric, Nathan & Jim Bomford (Victoria, BC)

Curated by Jenelle Pasiechnik

With funding by the Canada Council for the Arts, British Columbia Arts Council, the Province of British Columbia, and the City of Campbell River.