FAIT MAIN/HAND MADE, JUNE 14, 2018 TO SEPTEMBER 3, 2018, Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec, Québec City, Québec.
VERDANT. Gallery on Queen, Fredericton, NB. April 13-28 http://www.galleryonqueen.com/ https://gynocraticartgallery.com/news/
WATCH OUT: A Critical Selection From the Permanent Collection. Curated by Danielle Hogan, The Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton, NB. Winter 2018
Cultural Topographies: The Complexities of History and Identity in Canada. Curated by Julie Rene de Cotret, Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, Waterloo, ON. Summer 2017
https://vimeo.com/215655190Natura Humana, Manif d’art 8 – Québec City Biennial, curated by Alexia Fabre, Materia, Quebec City, QC. Winter 2017
Terroir: A Nova Scotia Survey. Curated by Sarah Fillmore, David Diviney & Bruce Johnson. The Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, Halifax NS. Summer 2016.
Anataomica. Curated by Cindy Stelmackowich, Dalhousie Art Gallery, Halifax, NS. Winter 2015
First Flowers, Studio 21, Halifax, February 13-March 11, 2015
Making Otherwise: Craft and Material Fluency in Contemporary Art. Curated by Heather Anderson Cambridge Galleries, Cambridge, ON, 2015; Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax, NS, 2015; Carleton University Art Gallery, 2014.
Today, there is an increasing permeability between the realms of “craft” and “art” occurring in step with an emphasis on “reskilling” and the handmade, as seen in contemporary art practice and in the widespread interest in all things handcrafted. Making Otherwise presents the work of six Canadian artists who merge the material and conceptual approaches of craft and art: Richard Boulet (Edmonton), Ursula Johnson (Eskasoni, NS), Marc Courtemanche (L’Ange-Gardien, QC), Paul Mathieu (Vancouver), Sarah Maloney (Halifax), and Janet Morton (Guelph). Drawing on their fluency in ceramics, basket weaving, furniture making, stitchery, bronze casting, woodworking, and knitting, these artists think through materials, forms, and ideas to make things differently or “otherwise.”