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Posts tagged with kennedy-rooke

  1. Meet the 2017/18 Editorial Board!

    16 Oct 2017

    compiled by Aimée Tian and Kennedy Rooke Hi FDG enthusiasts! Following the overwhelming love and support we received last year, we’re back again with another year of exciting content. Get ready to meet our new Editorial Board for the 2017-2018 school year! We can’t wait to get started with writing about our favourite things…


  2. The Love Witch

    10 Apr 2017

    By: Kennedy Rooke Cinema du Parc screened Anna Biller’s 2016 film The Love Witch last weekend as part of their Minuit à Parc screening series. The film follows Elaine, a young woman who leaves San Francisco for a fresh start soon after the death of her husband. There she endeavours…


  3. Boundaries and Frontiers: An Interview with Artist Kenzia Dalie

    30 Mar 2017

    By: Kennedy Rooke “The Art of Passing By” by Kenzia Dalie. At The Fridge Door Gallery’s winter vernissage Kenzia Dalie exhibited her piece, The Art of Passing By. As her artist statement says, she “asked family members and friends to send me a list of their travels. I assigned…


  4. Looking at my Friends in Museums

    14 Mar 2017

    By: Kennedy Rooke My roommates and I recently took a trip to Paris to visit our fourth roommate, Marissa, as she spends her year abroad studying at Sciences Po. While we were there we visited most of the traditional tourist attractions, which of course included some very famous museums. My…


  5. Tour of My Bookshelf

    20 Feb 2017

    By: Kennedy Rooke Perhaps you have gathered from my previous articles that I am not an art student. No, I study English and German. I read a lot of books – or I read half of them and Sparknotes the rest. Nobody’s perfect. Books and (visual) art are of course…


  6. Looking at Art and Thinking About Dinner

    23 Jan 2017

    By Kennedy Rooke Chloe Wise’s third solo exhibition at Galerie Division ended last weekend. “Cats Not Fighting is a Horrible Sound as Well” is a collection of portraits, drawings, sculptures, and a video installation. Wise is a 26(!) year old artist originally from Montreal, living in New York. If you…


  7. How to Pretend Like You Know Stuff About Art: A Guide

    26 Oct 2016

    by Kennedy Rooke Do you ever go to a museum or gallery to see some cool new exhibit, ready to absorb the art into your being, hopefully to become a more cultured and intelligent person, only to remember your sorry ass doesn’t know much about art and you are sure…


  8. Ode to a Horse Girl

    17 Oct 2016

    by Kennedy Rooke I discovered Lisa Hanawalt one night after watching a music video she designed and directed for the Tegan and Sara song “Hang on to the Night”. I fell in love with the song, video, and her, immediately. I recommend watching it in the dark, full screen, with…


  9. Meet the Editorial Board

    10 Oct 2016

    compiled by Catherine LaRivière Graphic made using Canva. Greetings FDG enthusiasts! A new school year means new beginnings, and the FDG’s blog is getting a kickstart of its own with its newly minted editorial team.Before we dive head first into our content, we thought you might like to get to know…


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