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  • PUBLISHED on November 30, 2012

The latest posting of various exhibitions, submission calls and opportunities has come in from AGAVF: you can peruse those here, and Soi Fischer has a new call for a residency program, and their site is one to check out on a regular basis for various updates and opportunities. Soi Fischer’s site is here.

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  • PUBLISHED on November 28, 2012

This is the new blog of Sasipenita, an organization that we at AKA know about through Felicia Gay, whom some of you may remember from her insightful and incisive curatorial project Othered Women. Here’s their statement : Our goal as an organisation is to see Artists and Cultural Workers create and promote critically engaging arts […]

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  • PUBLISHED on November 23, 2012

AKA Member and board member Tammy Lu will be launching a book work project at the next JackPine Press launch at PAVED Arts on November 24th, with doors opening at 7 PM and readings at 8 PM. Here’s some more information, courtesy of the JackPine Press site:  “Transforium, by Tammy Lu and Mari-Lou Rowley, is […]

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Mood Swing from Porn Portraits at Positive Passions Keeley Haftner
  • PUBLISHED on November 22, 2012

Keeley Haftner’s practice is diverse and tangential, in a variety of mediums. In a recent conversation, she commented that when she works in printmaking, her focus is more political; when painting, the historical considerations of art history are always in mind; and when sculpting, ideas of waste and the environment, often manifest literally in her […]

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Sask Culture E Update
  • PUBLISHED on November 22, 2012

This is the latest SaskCulture E Update: they’re doing a casting call for Degrassi! Yes, I am excited about that, though I’m not eligible. There are some other jobs, opportunities and other announcements that our membership may find useful and informative. Check that out here.

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Troy Gronsdahl More of the Same detail
  • PUBLISHED on November 20, 2012

Troy Gronsdahl has an exhibition of works opening at the Frances Morrison Library Gallery space this Thursday, November 22nd and it runs until December 27th. Here’s the information from his web site: More of the same is a text-based project rooted in a conceptual art tradition. Based on an excerpt from the manifesto Refus Global, I have […]

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  • PUBLISHED on November 20, 2012

Former AKA Director Tod Emel will be doing a workshop at the Mendel Art Gallery, as part of their ongoing Something on Sundays series focused on adults, youths and children. Fuzzy Logic and Noisy Channels Workshop for Adults takes place at 2 p.m on November 25th.  Join Artist Tod Emel and assemble sound bytes to create […]

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  • PUBLISHED on November 16, 2012

Some of you may remember Matt Hall’s insightful response to Containment, the exhibition of works by Griff Baker and Lisa Turner, in October of 2011 or his collaborative work with Claire Potter in this summer’s past Art Walk. He’s written a response to the works of Fiona Annis currently on display at AKA Gallery, and […]

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  • PUBLISHED on November 14, 2012

We’re currently seeking submissions from all of our members to participate in our Biannual AKA Members’ Show and Sale. This exhibition is open to any and all AKA members in good standing. AKA invites submissions of no more than three works per member, in digital format (jpg file format, a maximum of 1 MB file size […]

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  • PUBLISHED on November 08, 2012

Several worthwhile links to pass on, in terms of jobs, submission calls and opportunities. Sask Culture has their latest E – Update with several jobs of interest here. La Liste de l’Association des groupes en arts visuels francophones has their latest list of calls and other items of interest here. And AKA’s Members Show and […]

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