Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay exhibition to open at the President’s Cottage This past weekend I drove down to Charlottetown, PEI to see an exhibition that will open Friday on campus. It was part of Flotilla, a conference for artist-run centres from across Canada. The work exhibited was a project by Edinburgh-based artist Benny Nemerofsky Ramsay, and […]

I had the chance to see Leah Garnett’s exhibition “When One Space Meets Another” when it was at the Confederation Centre in Charlottetown last April. I remember the height of the exhibition. Tree-like structures made of tarp stretched from the floor to the ceiling twenty feet above. A stud wall towered over the installation. “It […]

The faculty exhibition I attended as a first-year student two years ago stands out as an important moment toward me “getting” contemporary art. This year, “Make. Work.” again presents a diverse range of playful and experimental artwork. Sculpture and drawing professor Adriana Kuiper recycled remnants from a project created with fellow Sackville artist Ryan Suter […]

“I haven’t stood in line for art since the Venice Biennale” said Gemey Kelly, director of the Owens Art Gallery, during her opening remarks last Wednesday night at the opening. The line for Calgary-based artist Rita McKeough and Sackville-based artist Graeme Patterson’s collaborative installation, Murmurations, stretched across the length of the gallery. Returning to the […]