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Opening Reception – Mindset 2018: Exposure

Mindset 2018: Exposure

Workman Arts

Opening Reception: Wednesday May 23 | 7:00-9:00PM

Exhibition runs from May 20-June 9, 2018

Hours: Monday – Sunday 8am – 9pm

Workman Arts presents MINDSET 2018 : EXPOSURE. Artists respond to the theme of EXPOSURE from the standpoint of its formative effects/affects, whether from the point of view of having been exposed to external factors or influences, or assertively self-disclosing, exposing, and bringing to light.

Curated by Claudette Abrams
Juried by David Hlynsky & P Elaine Sharpe
Contact Photography Festival – Mindset 2018: Exposure

Mindset 2018: Exposure

Workman Arts

May 20-June 9, 2018

Hours: Monday – Sunday 8am – 9pm | Opening Reception: Wednesday May 23 | 7:00-9:00PM

Workman Arts presents MINDSET 2018 : EXPOSURE. Artists respond to the theme of EXPOSURE from the standpoint of its formative effects/affects, whether from the point of view of having been exposed to external factors or influences, or assertively self-disclosing, exposing, and bringing to light.

Curated by Claudette Abrams
Juried by David Hlynsky & P Elaine Sharpe
Exhibition – MINDSET 2017
Image: Brad Necyk – Just A Hard Rain

MINDSET 2017

May 1 – 27, 2017 | Second Floor Hallway Galleries

Hours: Open Daily 8 AM – 8 PM

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 4, 2017 | 6:00 – 9:00 PM | FREE

Image: Brad Necyk – Just A Hard Rain

This exhibition examines how individual and collective experiences of trauma, injury, illness, isolation, recovery, and adjustment are processed; aided and abetted by personal and interpersonal beliefs and behaviours.

ARTISTS: Teresa Ascenção, Stephanie Avery, Marco Buonocore, Cara Cole, Heather Fulton, Sheldon Laporte, Esmond Lee, Barbara Mann, Jaye Martin, Anita McKernan, Brad Necyk, Julie Riemersma, Annette Seip, Tanya Louise Workman

Curator: Claudette Abrams

Advisors: Jeff Bierk, Yuula Benivolski & Tanya Louise Workman

Contact the exhibitor:

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Exhibition – Mindset 2016

Mindset

May 25 – June 10 | Second Floor, Hallway Galleries

Hours: Monday to Sunday 8 AM – 9 PM, Closed Statutory Holidays

Mindset:

from my perspective;

from where I stand;

from my point of view;

the way I see it.

Mindset is an annual juried photography exhibition presenting works by artists who are members of Workman Arts. Participating artists respond to the concept of “mindset” to reflect on individual and collective experiences, beliefs and thoughts as they contribute to mental attitude or disposition. Works in this exhibition examine how our mental attitudes influence our interpretations of events, our environment, and our relationships.

Participating Artists:

Claudette Abrams

Mark Belvedere

Marco Buonocore

Jaene Castrillon

Treese Flenniken

Heather Fulton

Sean Patenaude

Annette Seip

Tanya Workman

Jurors: Lise Beaudry, Marco Buonocore, Sharon Switzer

Exhibition – “Sonic Seeing – Jan Swinburne and Jace Traz”

Sonic Seeing – Jan Swinburne and Jace Traz

January 11 – February 12, 2016 | Second Floor, Hallway Galleries | Free | Open Daily 8 am – 9pm

Many artists work in alternate disciplines and do not differentiate between different expressive forms. Music and painting are often one of those intersections. This is very much reflected in the descriptive language of these mediums. Terms and concepts like textures, space, dynamics, progressions, ambience, foreground and the like become interchangeable in the quest to describe and understand.

Jan Swinburne and Jace Traz have teamed up to combine their passions for painting and sound in the exhibition Sonic Seeing where their visual art plays counterpoint to their audio expressions.

Image Credit:

Jan Swinburne, Challenges Gauge Trusted Affect or CGTA2011
Jace Traz, Strawburied Treasure
Jan Swinburne, Alight Through Green Complexity or ATGC2012

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In Memory of Pamela Josephine Gibson

This exhibition was made possible by the generous support of the Pamela Gibson Emerging Artist Program at Workman Arts. Donations to the Pamela Gibson Emerging Artist Program support professional training and presentation opportunities for Workman Arts member artists to develop professional arts practices.