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Headlight 15

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The 15th edition of Headlight Anthology has arrived!

Concordia University’s literary anthology publishing both students and alumni, founded by Joshua Knelman, offers up a sophisticated collection on the theme of Lost, Found, and Stolen in it’s 15th anniversary issue.

Editors-in-Chief: T Noah J Nazim, Kathryn Pobjoy, and Katherine Sehl did a fanstastic job bringing everything together and designer James Bouthilier has impressed the hell out of me with this classy tome.

I’m not just saying that because I’m in it either!

It is a beautifully designed book. But you don’t have to take my word for it! Go pick up your own copy and see for yourself! Just 7 bucks!

Headlight Anthology can be found at these particular locations:

The Word Bookstore
The Concordia Co-op Bookstore
The National Library
Argo Books
Drawn & Quarterly

Or simply fire them a message at headlightanthology@gmail.com or on their facebook page!

This volume features the work of:
Jesse Anger
Heidi Barkun
Michael Belcher
Emily Comeau
Natalie Draz
Stefani Forster
Celyn Harding-Jones
Richard Harvor
Fazeela Jiwa
Aliya Kahsay
Rebecca Loughead
Jessi MacEachern
Aeron MacHattie
Rabecca MacPhee
Edith Maisonneuve
Domenica Martinello
Elena Blanco Moleon
Tyler Morency
Lizy Mostowski
T. Noah J. Nazim
Ali Pinkney
Kathryn Pobjoy
Diandre Prendimano
Laura Rokas
Bailey Seybolt
Adam Simms
Jenny Smart
Ksenija Spasic
Ben Spencer
Julian Stamboulieh
Andrea Sun
Stephanie Wong Ken

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Galerie FRINGE Expo-Vernissage

This year the Montreal FRINGE Festival is launching a new event, Galerie FRINGE!

For ONE DAY ONLY, Thursday, June 2 · 6:00pm – 9:00pm at CTRLLAB Montreal Art House (3634 St. Laurent) you can come out and see and possibly even buy original art work from Montreal artists! Including myself!

The other artists featured at this event are listed below. I have added links to the artist’s pages when I could find them for your convenience and I really hope I didn’t get anyone mixed up. If you discover that I linked to the wrong website, or would like a link added, please let me know and I will fix it ASAP.

Check us out!

Lorraine Albert
Rémi Beaupré
Armando Cabba
Doug Capron
Mélanie Casey
Heather Cutts
Emily Comeau
Genty Fabien
Gabriela Gard Galiana
David Hoult
Sonia Khenfech
Cindy Lopez
Joanne Madeley
Pascal Normand
Liana Paré
Stéphanie Perrault
Jeremy Price
Roy
Greg Stone
Emilie Tremblay
Jacqueline Tremblay
Reine Vanille

Entrance to this event is FREE!

Facebook event listing!

Hope to see you there!

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Too Cool for School!

This weekend I will be presenting a project at an Art an Science Fair! It is going to be super exciting! Come on out and see for yourself!

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Too Cool For School Art & Science Fair
FREE: Saturday, May 8, 12 – 4pm
Brigantine Room, Harbourfront Centre
235 Queen’s Quay West, Toronto

The Too Cool For School Art & Science Fair turns the spotlight on the unexpected feats of imagination and exploration that are happening all around us. The event is structured like a typical science fair, with projects and their creators assembled for one day to share ideas and compete for awards. The difference is that these projects are a mix of both art and science.

The Too Cool For School Judges
Crystal Mowry, artist and Curator at the Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery
Hooley McLaughlin, Director, Visitor Experience at the Ontario Science Centre
Sean Gryb, PhD candidate at the University of Waterloo and the Perimeter Institute (PI) for Theoretical Physics

For more information visit our website: www.artandsciencefair.ca
or contact Sally McKay: nfo@artandsciencefair.ca

Directions and parking information are provided on the Harbourfront Centre website: http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com

Too Cool For School is part of a full day of events planned by Harbourfront Centre to celebrate Science Rendezvous, with additional participation from the Ontario Science Centre, IBM, Ontario College of Art and Design and Subtle Technologies. Everyone is welcome, there will be lots to see and do!

Too Cool For School is part of Fresh Ground new works, Harbourfront Centre’s national commissioning programme.
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Recap and Preview

Been keeping busy since that last post in February. Very busy.

Here are some of the things that I have been up to…..
Well, March madness struck and I collaborated with some musicians on their Sensory Overload show.
Show poster
For this show me and some friends produced 7 sculptures of Rubiks cubes wrapped around sheep. The sheep ranged from 7 inches to 7 feet and fun was had by all involved in this project.
Hanging sheep

Sweet Mother Logic is very interesting band with a solid and professional sound. Every show they put on is much more than a concert, it is a full on theatrical maneuver! This event was incredible and diverse and jam packed with talented artists coming together for fun and drinks. I am privileged to have been a part if it.

April is Fibre Arts month!
I have been making sure to do my part to contribute. Initiatives, collaborations, publications and charitable donations are some of the ways that I am commemorating Fibre Arts Month!
Sent away two fine art postcards as an experiment to see how they would survive the mail and they made it to their destination! Sadly, I forgot to photograph them before they made the journey.
If you are in the NY area you should pop by The Brooklyn Art Library and see if you can spot me.
It is a great place to be.

Then it was the 20 x 20 show at CTCM.
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This month I donated a few things to be sold to benefit the Centre Textiles Contemporain de Montreal at their 20th Anniversary party and fundraiser, 20 x 20. It was a huge success and tons of fun. $8 000 have been raised so far! The exhibition will be up until April 30th.

Coming soon:
Mail Me Something Book (June)
The postcards sent out to the Mail Me Something postcard show at the Brooklyn Art Library in New York are not only on display they are also in a book!
To pre-order your copy click the link
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High Chroma Picnic (dates TBA)
The sheep and I will be going for a walk in the park. Fun and photos, live music and food. Something you have to see to believe.

Too Cool For Art School! Art and Science Fair (May 8th)
Taking Family Portrait on the road! On May 8th I will be in Toronto presenting my work in cyanotype at the Harbourfront Center.
For more information on this event click HERE.

Erronious Zones (dates TBA)
This exhibit will be an interdisciplinary presentation of work that addresses the many ways in which the body is ‘mistaken’. When and where this happens you will find Simulacra, my hand/gloves.

….. and be sure that I have at least a 1/2 dozen other plates in the air. The updates to come promise action, adventure, drama, romance and loads of art.

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OCAD Mystery Art Sale Whodunit?

Calling all Torontonains! Do you know Whodunit? On November 21 you can find out!

OCAD

“The Whodunit? Mystery Art Sale is OCAD’s signature fundraising event. It’s an exhibition and sale of hundreds of pieces of original art donated by artists who are famous and not-yet-famous, including well-known and celebrity artists, OCAD faculty, alumni and students.”

Two new works of mine have been selected and framed and are for sale in the exclusive Mystery Art Silent Auction at the Gala Preview evening.

You can preview the pieces here but my lips are sealed as to which ones are mine.

For more information about the event and the public art sale click here.

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