|EuroMaidan protest art ...|
Art of the RevolutionApril 14 to May 24, 2-14
During the winter of 2013-14, thousands gathered in protest on Kyiv’s Independence Square or EuroMaidan in response to the political problems that had beset Ukraine over the many years, including corruption, manipulation and intimidation. The protests resulted in the transformation of the social and political order.
At the time, circulating on Kyiv’s EuroMaidan, were poster images that captured the energy and vitality of the transformative process that was occurring. Designed and created for mass distribution through the medium of the private printer, they testify to a deep desire for change and are symbolic of the best impulses of a society mobilizing in its own defense.
Art of the Revolution presents 50 of the posters, curated by Prof. Bohdan Kordan from the Prairie Centre for the Study of Ukrainian Heritage at the University of Saskatchewan.
DIMENSIONSMarch 31 to April 26, 2014
What do these 4 objects have in common? They're all part of Dimensions, an exhibition of the best of Saskatchewan fine craft. Every two years the Saskatchewan Craft Council holds a juried competition to select the best examples that artists and artisans create around the province.
The resulting exhibition tours around the Saskatchewan, and select venues in other provinces. This is your last chance to see the range and talent shown resulting from the jury's selections, until the next round in 2016.
Call For ArtistsLandscape & Memory 2014
Deadline for entry: May 16, 2014Exhibition: May 30 to June 28
• Up to 5 works in any medium can be entered
• All pieces must be framed or ready to present (Unframed canvas on a stretcher is fine)
• Work must be made within the past 3 years
• Work entered in previous Landscape and Memory exhibitions is not eligible
• Ensure each piece is identifiable with title and artist name
• Entry deadline: May 16th
• Please deliver work to the gallery between May 14th and May 16th or call 786-2992 to arrange a time
ENTRY FORM click here
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