Year: 2017

DEADLINE NOVEMBER 30th: rOGUE Call for Submissions

November 30th, 2017

  The rOGUE Gallery is a 5 x 4 metre space within Eastern Edge dedicated to showcasing work by Eastern Edge members, with a special focus on local practices and works by artists with a connection to Newfoundland and Labrador. We accept applications for exhibitions, performances, concerts, events, screenings, lectures, interventions, art writing, and curatorial projects/group shows,… Read More


Building a Village Fundraiser December 15

For the Mary MacDonald Foundation

Artist Pam Hall has generously donated 300 houses from her project Building a Village to the Mary MacDonald foundation for a fundraiser. Inviting participants to mark and manipulate a small folding paper house and then return it to her through the mail, Hall sent out over 400 paper houses to countries all over the world…. Read More


Eastern Edge Annual General Meeting 2017

November 4th, 2017

Eastern Edge Gallery’s Annual General Meeting Our Annual General meeting was held on Saturday, November 4th from 1:30 – 3:30 pm. We have had a fantastic year, and we loved celebrating our successes with you all! Our board members provided celebratory pie for all, and it was a productive afternoon. Thank you to all who attended!… Read More


Indigenous enough?

Reconciling what it means to be a contemporary Indigenous artist : Joanna Barker on her experience at Flotilla

Just over a week before Flotilla, I drafted and deleted about five different emails to Philippa at Eastern Edge. In them, I explained to her why I couldn’t attend the event in PEI anymore. I was convinced I had nothing to say worth sharing. And I was feeling as though I wasn’t Indigenous enough to… Read More