Nouvelles / News
Some of my pinhole photographs have been published in a book!
See link below for more info
PLATFORM centre for photographic + digital arts is pleased to present be.still, the latest exhibition by Winnipeg’s Pinhole Artist Collective (PAC). Continuing to balance the push/pull of the individual and the collective, the group has drawn images from their monthly forays over the past year. Determining destinations by consensus – Spirit Sands, the English Garden, the bridges of Winnipeg, Narcisse, and more (sometimes deliberate and premeditated; sometimes more whimsical and weather dependent) – upon arrival they create independent works, albeit linked by place, conversation, and time. And so it is that leisurely exposures, long discussions, and days of driving yield images grounded in the collective that celebrate the individual. In conjunction with this exhibition, PAC will launch a publication related to their recent exhibition of solargaphs. Contributing members: Marian Butler, Sandra Campbell, Sarah Crawley, William Eakin, lori fontaine, Jacquelyn Hébert, Beth Johnson, Jen Loewen, Natasha Peterson, Merrell-Ann Phare, Bonnie Tulloch
Dimensions 10 x 8 inches / 84 pages
Check out the link to stay up to date with what’s happening with Concordia University’s MFA students: http://mfaconcordia.tumblr.com/
On November 4th, please come to the EV Building at Concordia University – Studio Arts in Montréal! From 12:30-1:30 – for more info please see the following link – http://fibres.weebly.com/2/post/2011/10/jacquelyn-hebert-artist-talk-this-thursday.html
Romerias de Mayo International Youth Arts Festival 2011
In the spring of 2011, 8 members of Concordia University’s MFA Fibres department were invited to present an exhibition called Tramapa at the Casa de la cultura in Holguin, Cuba. I presented three large scale pinhole photographs during the exhibition.
Studio Arts MFA students will open their studio doors on February 11 and 12, 2011 to allow Montrealers to get an inside look at the contemporary art being created in the heart of the city. The MFA Open Studios 2011 two-day event offers a chance to view works-in-progress, performances, and on-campus exhibitions. There will also be film and video screenings, a vernissage and an auction where artworks can be acquired.