1. A Unique Take on Image Transfer Art: An Interview with Ellie Martin

    22 Jan 2018
    Interview by Mariah Lamont-Lennox ARTIST STATEMENT: Memory is a funny thing. They come in bits and pieces, they linger, they disappear. Gaping holes are left, what you think will stick falls away and what seems trivial remains. Image transferring always reminds me of memory in it’s ephemerality, the ghostly trace

  2. Aren’t Aquariums Museums?

    18 Jan 2018
    by Emma Renaud Not too long ago, I went to Ripley’s Aquarium in Toronto. Even though I’m not five years old anymore, I find aquariums oddly exciting. People, no matter what age, all seem happy, there are bright colours everywhere, and of course, a selection of sea creatures that are…

  3. Fridge Door Gallery Presents Idle Hands by Erika Kindsfather

    17 Jan 2018
    Interview by Nina Chabel Fridge Door Gallery’s 2017 Fall vernissage happened last November where it showcased a variety of artwork by McGill Students. The exhibit had a performance piece called Idle Hands  by Erika Kindsfather. Referencing the biblical saying “idle hands are the devil’s workshop,” this piece aims to bring to…

  4. A Thank You to My First Art Teacher

    16 Jan 2018
    by Sylvie Schwartz My elementary school art teacher is retiring this year after a lot of years of teaching. He’s been working at my local elementary school since my oldest brother, now 29, started there sometime in the mid-90’s. My other brother thought he was a giant. He had a…

  5. Fernando Palma Rodriguez in Retrospect

    15 Jan 2018
    Reconciling Identity and Medium at the MACO by Anya Kowalchuk Guex Liu Kuu Ñunro Totalhuan (Our Land), is the first retrospective exhibit for artist Fernando Palma Rodriguez. Hailing from Atocpan-San Pedro, Mexico, Palma Rodriguez has amassed a large body of work, predominantly relating to modern capitalism, its environmental ramifications and…

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