PARTITIONS TEXTILES : An Exhibition of works by Caroline Ariane Bergeron

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FROM 27 – 31 AUGUST 2019 IN THE SECONDFLOOR GALLERY

at Main & Station

168 Main Street, Parrsboro

Caroline Ariane Bergeron is a visual artist based in Montreal. Her project-based approach incorporates a broad range of techniques; presently her focus is on using pictograms and typography to form her own visual language. Her work has been shown in various solo and group exhibitions mainly in Montreal, most notably in Atelier Circulaire, Galerie Port-Maurice, L’Artothèque, Maison de la Culture Marie-Uguay, Diagonale, Art Mûr and Dare-Dare.  For more information about Caroline and what she does, visit her website…

www.carolinearianebergeron.com 

 

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If you would like to meet the artist, Caroline will be present at the Opening Reception and available to talk about her work. She will also be giving an Artist’s Talk ~ 5:30 pm.

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ARCHAEOTEXTS : MARK ANDREWS Exhibition Opening & Reception

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Nonesuch artist in residence Mark Andrews works exclusively on paper, combining natural minerals with pigments, powdered graphite, oils and beeswax which are pressed, incised, burnished and polished. His work is concerned with creating a gestural lexicon and archiving it through repetitive mark-making to sediment native Canadian oral culture landscape place-names and elder-stories.

In 2017 Mark was awarded the Nonesuch Art of Paper Griffintown Award for his painting Raven Brings Universal Light.

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expo blockMark studied printmaking and drawing at the Ontario College of Art and Design (OCAD), and painting and drawing at York University under Tim Whiten, Bruce Parsons and Claude Breeze. He won the “New Faces: Artists’ Choice” competition in Toronto for his large scale black (graphite) drawings. Selected group and solo exhibitions include the A-Space, York University, Glendon College, and Harbourfront Galleries in Toronto, and Belgo Arts, the Gallery at Victoria Hall and Nonesuch Art of Paper Awards group shows in Montreal and Parrsboro.

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FEAL Schedule

21 December 2018 – 2 January 2019

NOTE: The FEAL Exhibition of visual art will open to the public on 21 December and, in addition to the hours below, will be open by chance and by appointment.

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If you have not sent a submission or proposal but would like to participate in FEAL 2018, it is not too late.  Just contact us by email at fun@hmsnonesuch.com.

Friday 21 December
  • 3pm – 9pm ~ FEAL Opening & Visual Arts Exhibition Vernissage
Saturday, 22 December
Sunday, 23 December
  • 11am  ~ Artist Talk: George Smith
  • 12pm – 5pm  FEAL Exhibition
  • 2pm ~ What is erotic?” An open discussion.
  • 4pm ~ Hot haiku & 23 recipes for kumquatsReadings from Firefly in the Room, erotic haiku by Ottawa poet Grant D. Savage plus recipes and other erotic verse by jsbauer et al., followed by open mic.
Monday, 24 December   
  • 12pm – 5pm  FEAL Exhibition 
  • 1pm  Shorts: readings of erotic stories and confessions, followed by open mic. includes a reading of Nancy Hiron’s story ‘The Clitoral Coach’ and 2 short stories, ‘In the Confessional’ and ‘The Slow-Mo Seduction’ by William Kuhns.
  • 2pm ~ Noerotic” An open discussion about the absence or loss of erotic feelings and relationships.
Tuesday, 25 December 
  • FEAL Exhibition Open by Chance or by Appointment 
Wednesday, 26 December
  • 1- 4pm ~ Posed & Propped: Erotic Life Drawing
  • 5pm – 8pm FEAL Exhibition 
Thursday, 27 December
  • 5pm – 9pm FEAL Exhibition 
  • 7 – 8pm ~ Extra Illicit Sonnets      Canada’s former Parliamentary Poet Laureate George Elliott Clarke has generously sent FEAL a selection of verse from his books Illicit Sonnets and  Extra Illicit Sonnets. Enjoy readings of Clarke’s sonnets by various voices.
  • 8-9pm ~ More Erotic Poetry ~includes works by Giovanna Riccio https://www.giovannariccio.comRae Marie Taylor thelandwildhope.com, jsbauer et al., followed by open mic.
Friday, 28 December
  • 5pm – 9pm FEAL Exhibition 
  • 6-8pm ~ Tantalizing Tales for Listeners and Tellers – Come listen to some erotic stories and passages from literature. Includes ‘Corsica’ by Mark Andrews. Readers welcome – if you have original writing or favourite literary passages or short stories to share. Contact us for details.
  • 9pm until late ~ Hot Moves - Dress like you mean it and come shake your booty to a selection of tunes chosen to get your blood moving.
Saturday, 29 December
  • 10am – 1pm ~ Posed & Propped: Erotic Life Drawing 
  • 2pm – 5pm FEAL Exhibition 
  • 4pm  ~ Artist Talk: harvey lev
Sunday, 30 December
  • 12pm – 5pm FEAL Exhibition 
  • 1:30pm  ~ Artist Talk: Bob Morouney www.hiddenhousepotteryandpress.com 
  • 2pm ~ Naked or nude and why is it scary?” An open discussion.
Monday, 31 December

Only ticketholders for Titillating Tastes will be permitted entry after 7pm

Tuesday, 1 January
  • 12pm – 5pm FEAL Exhibition 
  • 2pm ~ The sensual versus the aesthestic” An open discussion of modern aesthetics and whether a work can be both artistic and erotic.
Wednesday, 2 January
  • 10am- 1pm ~ Posed & Propped: Erotic Life Drawing
  • 2pm – 5pm FEAL Exhibition