Lectures & Presentations

Information about upcoming lectures, artist or curator tours and talks, and other presentations.

Upcoming Lectures and Presentations

pARTage: Natalie Morin
19 march, 2017

pARTage: Artistic conversations in French at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery

pARTage is:
- A new series offered by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery
- An occasion to engage in conversation with artists from the region in a French language setting
- A free series offered monthly on the 3rd Sunday, from 3 to 5 pm

March 19: Natalie Morin

Natalie Morin offers a mini-performance of improvised dance, entitled "Jumping into the void." Participants will have the opportunity to see her performance, and to discuss with her her ideas of physical and artistic expression.

pARTage is a free program that is open to the public and offered in French; refreshments will be provided.

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Time: 3:00 PM

Curator’s talk—New Horizons: Exploring recent additions to the contemporary art collection
6 april, 2017

The Beaverbrook's collection of contemporary art is expanding dramatically. Chief Curator Jeffrey Spalding outlines some of the new collection highlights and how this expanded resource will make important contributions to the Gallery's exhibitions and programs throughout the province.

FREE and OPEN TO ALL

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Time: 7:00 PM

Guest lecture: Anne Macmillan No Edge, No Center.
9 april, 2017

Guest lecture: Anne Macmillan. No Edge, No Center. Part of the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity Emerging Atlantic Canada Artist Residency Tour.

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity is pleased to announce a cross-country tour with Atlantic Canadian visual artist Anne Macmillan (Halifax, Nova Scotia), the inaugural recipient of the Emerging Atlantic Canada Artist Residency.

During her self-directed residency at Banff Centre, Anne created an animated video inspired by the geographical relationship of mountains and caverns in the Banff region called This Place (2016).

The Emerging Atlantic Canada Artist Residency provides one emerging visual artist with strong personal and artistic ties to Atlantic Canada a fully funded opportunity to create new work at Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity. The program is an initiative of The Hnatyshyn Foundation in collaboration with Banff Centre, and made possible through the generous support of the Harrison McCain Foundation.

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pARTage: Marie-Hélène Allain
21 may, 2017

pARTage: Artistic conversations in French at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery

May 21: Marie-Hélène Allain, long-time sculptor, shares her ongoing journey in her presentation: “The evolution of life force in parallel with the development of artwork during my artistic career”

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pARTage is:
- A new series offered by the Beaverbrook Art Gallery
- An occasion to engage in conversation with artists from the region in a French language setting
- A free series offered monthly on the 3rd Sunday, from 3 to 5 pm

Type: lecture
Length:
Cost:
Time: 3:00 PM

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