Hosted by the Faculty of Engineering, Breaking Point Exhibition shows that collaboration between engineering and visual arts. This was a 3-hour exhibition (and vernissage)!!! Many thanks to David Kaarsemaster for inviting me and for his interview, also many thanks to Curator Adam Barbu and all artists. Dr. David Taylor, the Chairman of the Faculty of Engineering, is also in the Vernissage video. Enjoy!
And below you can watch Louis G. Tremblay giving us a tour of the lab that hosted the vernissage. He talks about the machinery, technical aspects of the lab.
An exhibition curated by Malika Welsh, a young curator mentored by Don Monet, a long-time curator in Ottawa. The exhibition will be open for 2 months.
I did these interviews this morning!
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Stephen Harper: The Portrait Gallery
Three Days Only!
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, November 27-29, 2013
10 am – 10pm daily in the Arts Court’s Studio (2nd floor)
2 Daly Ave. Ottawa
Here are some interviews I did yesterday before the vernissage.
This group show features accomplished artists who explore, through portraiture, the impact of Stephen Harper’s political philosophy and his actions as leader. Organized by Ottawa curator Don Monet, this show will include the famous naked portrait of our Prime Minister, Emperor Haute Couture, 2011, by Kingston artist Margaret Sutherland. Other featured artists include: Russell Yuristy, Mahshid Farhoudi, Reid McLachlan, Norman Takeuchi, Sharon Lafferty, Greg Ludlow, Peter Dolan, Clare Brennan, Tony Clark, Barry Padolsky and Katherine McNenly.
November 27-29, at the Arts Court, Ottawa 2 Daly Ave.
For more information please contact Don Monet at firstname.lastname@example.org 613 261 9504
I interviewed Susan in August at the Triennial at Moon Rain Centre, in the Gatineau Hills (Quebec). A memorable interview with this wonderful educator and activist!