Congratulations to Jenn Long on being selected to be a part of the exhibition ‘Mother(ing)’!
Curated by Hannah Davidson
Aug 5-28, 2015
Mill Arts Project Space
Erin Faith Allen
Esther S White
Dara Herman Zielein
Jenn Long’s interest lies in the experiences of women, and the limited representations in which they are depicted. This has spurred her practice and forms a lineage from her earliest work through to her work-in-progress. For the past fifteen years, her artwork has explored issues of doubt, vulnerability, perceived ideals, and communication within the context of interpersonal relationships. Working with constructed narratives and a feminist lens, she describes the emotions and quiet moments of everyday life. Touch, gesture and gaze all play significant roles as conduits of conscious and unconscious modes of communication.
Bio: Jennifer Long is an artist and educator holding a BAA from Ryerson University and a MFA from York University. Long’s artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally and been published in numerous Canadian and European books and magazines. Long has been the recipient of grants from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and The Canada Council for The Arts and is currently working at OCAD University as an Assistant Professor and the Associate Chair of Cross-Disciplinary Art Practices.
Image credit: Jennifer Long, Self-Portait from the series “Imminent”, 2012. This work was made with the support of the Ontario Arts Council.
Congratulations to Jennifer Long, Assistant Professor and Associate Chair of Cross-Disciplinary Art Practices, for being selected to be a part of the group exhibition, PORTRAITS: MOMENTS IN TIME at the Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)!
July 5 to Sept. 20, 2015
Opening Reception: July 5, 2-4pm
Peel Art Gallery, Museum and Archives (PAMA)
9 Wellington Street East
Brampton, Ontario L6W 1Y1
Jennifer Long is an artist, curator and educator holding a BAA from Ryerson University and a MFA from York University. For the past fifteen years, her artistic practice has explored issues of doubt, vulnerability, perceived ideals, and communication, within the context of interpersonal relationships. This photographic work uses constructed narratives to describe the emotions and quiet moments of everyday life. Long’s artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally and been published in numerous Canadian and European books and magazines. Long has been the recipient of grants from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and The Canada Council for The Arts and is currently working at OCAD University as an Assistant Professor and the Associate Chair of Cross-Disciplinary Art Practices.
Would you like to work on collaborative projects with students from universities around the globe in an informal, team-based environment with 15 OCAD U students, mentored by recent graduates?
International Collaboration Studio
PHOT 4014FA, 4015WI, 4016FA, 4017WI 1.0 credit Sept – April, 2015-16
Now Accepting Applicants from all Programs!!
(Early deadline: June 15, continuing until course is full)
Approvals by mid-July
Apply in writing by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
***PLEASE CAREFULLY READ THE PDF ATTACHED/BELOW FOR DETAILS***
This is just to announce that applications for INTAC (International Art Collaboration) next year (2015-16) will be posted here and through the email server by mid-June. Applications will need to be submitted by July. Details will follow…
Meera + Peter
Megan was recently selected as a finalist in Photographer’s Forum magazine’s 35th Annual College & High School Photography Contest! Over 17,000 entries were submitted from North America and beyond.
Sunday, March 8, 2015
12 – 1pm Wikipedia Tutorial
1 – 4pm Edit-A-Thon
E.P. Taylor Research Library & Archives, Art Gallery of Ontario
The Art Gallery of Ontario Library & Archives celebrates International Women’s Day by hosting a satellite event of the international Art+Feminism Wikipedia edit-a-thon. This is a chance to put the AGO’s thousands of artist files and books to excellent use as reference material for building up Wikipedia content on wom*n artists – especially Canadian wom*n artists. Everyone is welcome and no Wikipedia editing experience is necessary – there will be tutorials and one-on-one coaching available. Come and take part, or just come have some snacks and cheer us on. With special guests AGO Artists-in-Residence Deirdre Logue and Allyson Mitchell, Rosamond Ivey Special Collections Archivist Amy Furness, and more.
Please bring a laptop and create a Wikipedia account in advance.
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