'we know more than we think'
Saturday : walk and Talk with artist and master student Joëlle Préfontaine who seems to know every details of Saskatchewan history and native people sacred land.
Tuesday : Lab & work with amazing dancer & osteopath Theresa Dextrase.
+ evening of exchange & creativity with Max and Michel that organize creative workshop at ABRS with LGBTQ youths. So inspiring!
Thursday : Panel discussion with students and professional artists and teachers from Edmonton…Continue
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Within the word heart
hear tear earth eat ear art
Drown from Hugh Milne…Continue
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Come back IN
The question that I'm bringing will be : when we come back to a closed / controlled space, how we keep an experience In Situ alive? How we transform it? …Continue
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I am extremely grateful to Santander Universities for their continued support of my research, and the award of a second Scholarship.http://www.santander.co.uk/uk/santander-universities…Continue
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We would like to announce the winter 2015 supplementary issue of The International Journal of the Creative Arts in Interdisciplinary Practice IJCAIP published in 3 parts featuring reports about the ethnodrama preview "Who Cares?" about caregiving, feeding family, love and survival. This performance took place at Acadia University September 23, 2015. The articles feature research history and background, the process of creating and writing the ethnodrama preview and the results of the…Continue
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More than six-thousand people from all over the globe have visited my Project e-ma research website since it opened in February this year…Continue
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So far this year I have had over 5600 visitors to my research website http://www.projecte-ma.org/ Quite amazing! Thank-you to all those who have shown interest in Project e-ma. I have just added a new section on the dialogical aspects of the research which may be of interest to other arts-based research practitioners…Continue
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The website for my research http://www.projecte-ma.org has received over FIVE THOUSAND hits since February! Many thanks to all those who have dropped by.…Continue
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This is the 2nd installation (see previous blog for 1 min. video) that Michael set up as a way to bring form to the institutional paper towels phenomena.... it became an extension for the 'nest' metaphor and was incorporated into the final performance overall...
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I asked one of the participants who came to the artist residency "Slowing Down, Turning Up: Parallel Journeys" at ABR this past week to reflect on her experience with us. Here's what she (Madelainne K. Joss) wrote:
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At 4 pm today Barbara and Michael, with camera wit(h)nessing by Catherine Kmita, brought the residency to a resting/nesting place. The image below is a post-performance remains of a very enjoyable project.Continue
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The prior blog photos show process images from the day in the ABR studio. We began the day by sounding and interacting with the space and textiles. Threads entered the work and by the end of the day we had take all of the textiles out. Leaving only the tape and threads. Madelainne Joss joined us from Calgary, and manipulated the paper towels, tape, and added her own elements. The floor piece is not meant to be a finished piece but its become a working ground that keeps a continuity as we…Continue
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We had an intimate and rich artist talk today that included lots of discussion. Patti Pente asked how we understood socially engaged art and if we included individual artist-made art that is addressing the social in our definition. We do include a full spectrum of what socially engaged art can be. From artists creating art in a community while absorbing that particular environment and returning that piece of art to the community to work with/alongside the artist and co-creating art. We…Continue
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