Tuesday, 24 December 2013
The tree evokes myriad myths and memories. In an exhibition curated by Alison Keenan and Phyllis Schwartz, eight mid-career international artists re-examine the mythologies and metaphorical elements of the tree.
Eight artists working in eight different media include the paintings of Alison Keenan, experimental photography by Phyllis Schwartz, drawings by Anna Ruth and Tony Chu Yin Tak, large scale photography by Edward Peck, ceramics by Pauline Doyle, felt sculpture by Ellen Bang and installation work by Connie Sabo.
11 January – 16 February 2014
Opening Reception: 11 January 2014 (2 – 4 pm FREE event)
Artist Talk and Book Launch: 25 January 2014 (2 – 4pm)
Curated by Alison Keenan and Phyllis Schwartz
Exhibiting Artists: Alison Keenan, Anna Ruth, Connie Sabo, Edward Peck, Ellen Bang, Pauline Doyle, Phyllis Schwartz, Tony Chu Yin Tak
Chinese Cultural Centre Museum, 555 Columbia Street, Vancouver, B.C. Canada (Tuesday – Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm, closed on Mondays and Holidays)
Wednesday, 27 March 2013
The winter exhibition of In Camera: the working dancer, a collaborative exhibition of painting, photography and sculpture by Alison Keenan and myself, opened Thursday, 22 November at the Mezzanine Gallery in the Queen Elizabeth Theatre. The exhibition ran through 18 February 2013, and if you attended we would like to thank you. This exhibition was the result of the a season Alison Keenan and Phyllis Schwartz spent documenting five Ballet BC choreographic workshops during 2011-2012. Our work was in response to our observations of the working dancers confronting their own artistic boundaries. We are so appreciative of Artistic Director, Emily Molnar, and Ballet BC dancers and collaborators, Connie Sabo, exhibition coordinator for Emily Carr University Alumni Society and Stamatis Charalambidis at Bill’s Glass. Further information about our work can be found on our respective websites.