Our cats, just because.
I am very much looking forward to Night Blanche this Saturday night. An all night art party, what could be better! Don't miss the awesome Art Souterrain, where Montreal's underground tunnels fill up with art of all kinds. Two artists showing in Art Souterrain that I don't want to miss are Diana Thorneycroft and David Spriggs.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Tuesday, February 22, 2011
Chris looking for a book and reading the newspaper at the cottage.
These days life has been very busy what with teaching two classes at Champlain, one at Concordia, and tutoring two sections of an art history course at Concordia. But I am not complaining, I really love the teaching. It is just hard to juggle those hours with working on my thesis show. Hopefully most of the printing for the exhibit will be done in one week's time. It is all coming together and I am very excited for my April 20th opening. But before that I still have to work on a book format of the work, think about the possibility of incorporating sound and finish reading this, as well as other research books. When it rains it pours! But it is all that nice warm, feel good rain, just a little too much of it.
Friday, February 18, 2011
Wednesday, February 16, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
Three talks that I am planning on attending this week:
"James Joyce and the Creative Challenge of Early Cinema", by Dr. John McCourt
Tonight (Monday Feb 14th) 8:30 pm, Concordia University
1455 de Maisonneuve W, rm H-1220
"Photography and Conceptual Art in Canada", by Jayne Ward
Tomorrow (Tuesday Feb 15th) 6:30 pm, Concordia University
1515 St Catherine Street West, EV-1.605
Thursday Feb 17th 6:30 pm, Dawson College
3040 Sherbrooke Street West, 5B-16
Wednesday, February 9, 2011
Monday, February 7, 2011
Friday, February 4, 2011
My Irish Grandmother series has found a home at The Centaur Theatre for the month of February. A sequence of small prints from the series is now on view in the Seagram Art Gallery at the Centaur till February 27th, in conjunction with the Irish play "Stones In His Pockets". The space is open from 9am to 11pm, Mondays to Fridays. So if you happen to be in the Old Port stop by and take a look. The address is: 453 Saint-François-Xavier, Montreal, H2Y 2T1.