Monthly Archives: March 2019

It takes an ocean of trust in the kingdom of rust: the state of the arts in Welland

A summattion of some thoughts and ideas, and some of the conversations I had with artist, cultural workers and cultural instigators during my month long residency in the city of Welland in Winter 2019. Continue reading

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Evolving Environments: Janny Fraser

Let’s begin with praise for the Grimsby Public Art Gallery. The two Biannual exhibitions I’ve experienced since my relocation to Niagara, and several individual shows I’ve seen there in that same span, have acted as introductions to various excellent artists. … Continue reading

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After Batoche: the paintings of Brian Kon

Brian Kon’s paintings at the Welland Library are more historicl than about aesthetics, in being inspired by Indigenous and Métis narratives. Continue reading

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The Road to Tepeyac: Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

Alinka Echeverria’s exhibition The Road to Tepeyac is an engaging and empathetically charged installation that is socially relevant on numerous levels. Continue reading

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