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March 2019

Artist In Residence: Thomas Lanfranchi & Agnès Aubague

March 1, 2019 @ 08:00 - April 17, 2019 @ 17:00
Shenkman Arts Centre, 245 Centrum Blvd.
Orleans, Ontario K1E0A1 Canada
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The Ottawa School of Art - Orleans Campus Gallery is excited to showcase artist Thomas Lanfranchi's floating sculptures as its 2019 Artist-In-Residence. Thomas Lanfranchi will be working in the gallery from March 4 to March 17 creating a new floating sculpture. His new work will then be flown At the Aviation Museum (Date weather dependent - stay tuned) Thomas Lanfranchi’s Exhibition IT WILL SCARE MY DOG ! (ÇA VA EFFRAYER MON CHIEN !) Will run from March 24 to April…

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May 2019

Artist-in-residence Dr. Martie Geiger-Ho

May 29, 2019 @ 12:00 - 13:00
OSA Main Gallery (Downtown Campus), 35 George Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1N8W5 Canada
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OSA Artist-in-residence Dr. Martie Geiger-Ho will be giving an artist talk on Wednesday, May 29 at noon in the library! Please join us for this free event   Martie Geiger-Ho earned a Ph.D. in fine arts interdisciplinary at Texas Tech University, Texas, August 2003. Her dissertation “Pathways of Transmission: Investigating the Influence of Chinese Kiln God Worship and Mythology on Kiln God Concepts and Rituals as Observed by American Ceramists” is an ethnographic study of the worship practices associated with…

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January 2020

In Transition: Chun Hua Catherine Dong, Artist-in-Residence

January 2 @ 09:00 - February 2 @ 17:00
OSA Main Gallery (Downtown Campus), 35 George Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1N8W5 Canada
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Vernissage: Thursday, January 16th 2020 from 5 - 8pm Exhibition: January 2nd to February 2nd 2020 Free to the public – Everyone welcome A hyperreal vision of our near future, exploring how humans and robots coexist and bind together with one destiny. Through performative gestures and expressions by creating different interactions between a robot and the artist herself, this work provides an alternative perspective for a better understanding of ourselves, our bodies, our emotions, our responsibilities, and our relations with…

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