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Upcoming Artist in Residence Workshops

The Artist in Residence Program brings art making to Huntsman Cancer Institute (HCI) patients, their loved ones, and health care staff. Unless otherwise noted, workshops take place in the Cancer Learning Center Multipurpose Room (6th floor of the cancer hospital) every Tuesday from 9 a.m. 255 more words

Living With Cancer

Jeremy Gordaneer Artist in Residence 2016 Camosun College

“Camosun College Visual Arts 2016 Artist in Residence Jeremy Gordaneer “Ask/Create/Collaborate/Make”

Jeremy Gordaneer was born in Ontario and grew up in Victoria, BC. As the son of Canadian painter James Gordaneer, RCA, he was surrounded by art and began taking an interest in painting at an early age. 255 more words

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Meet OTV Artist-in-Residence Charlotte Farhan

Open Thought Vortex is happy to announce Charlotte Farhan as our Artist-in-Residence for the summer of 2016. Charlotte is internationally recognized as an artistic ally. She runs the non-profit… 509 more words

Nonfiction

Tag-Team Director & Actor Bring Iconoclastic Babette from Paris to San Diego

Babette is a wild, humorous and heartfelt tale of an irascible French woman flirting with lawful and unlawful lovers over decades.  The shock to her life comes when she becomes the surprised, unpaid nanny for her college friend’s daughters living in L.A. 574 more words

Interview

ARTS OPPORTUNITY FOR WATERFORD SECONDARY SCHOOLS

Waterford City & County Council’s Arts Office is now accepting expressions of interest from groups and/or individuals to deliver a strand of their Secondary School Arts Programme for the school year September 2016/May 2017. 110 more words

General

Jayne Lawless: Coming Home

You already know of Jayne Lawless from the film ‘Without These Walls’ and as my friend, artist and member of the Coming Home team. Well earlier this week I asked Jayne to do some writing about herself and her own Coming Home. 1,306 more words

Empty Homes

Latest | Horseshoe Prints

Horseshoes
Silkscreen
2016

Weathered objects always carry a history. What was formally essential and useful so agricultural life in the past century soon becomes obsolete with the introduction of newer more efficient technologies. 66 more words