Year: 2017

SWASP Opportunities for HOLD FAST Contemporary Arts Festival

Deadline: May 28th, 2017

Eastern Edge Gallery has two available SWASP positions: Festival Logistics & Volunteer Coordinator Festival Communications Coordinator ~EXTENDED DEADLINE: SUNDAY, MAY 28TH~  Festival Logistics & Volunteer Coordinator ~EXTENDED DEADLINE: SUNDAY, MAY 28TH~ Eastern Edge Gallery 72 Harbour Drive, St John’s 35 hrs/week x 8 weeks $1540 stipend and $1470 tuition voucher Start date: June 27 2017… Read More

Fungible Materialism— Heather Goodchild & Naomi Yasui, ‘Last is First’ at Eastern Edge

Katie Bethune-Leamen

Fungible. A word I like the look of, only recently noticed, and had to look up: with origins in the Latin of legal language, it describes an item “[…] which precisely supplies the place of another […],”1 an equivalent thing. In the original, legal use of the term, it was important for the distinction to… Read More

DEADLINE MAY 31st: rOGUE Call for Submissions

May 31st, 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… Read More


May 12-June 16, 2017

Opening Reception, May 12th, 5-7:30 pm The collaborative Toronto duo outline their approach to fusing art, design and craft through multimedia installations. Last is First explores the hierarchy of artistic disciplines by focusing on the relationships between depictions of objects in paintings and photographs and the physical objects themselves. The ”props“ (a fruit bowl, a… Read More


rOGUE gallery, May 12-June 16, 2017

Opening Reception- May 12th, 2017, 5:00-7:30 pm A House of Another Colour is a series spanning across Pittman’s painting and drawing practices. In this series, she collects snippets of residential, commercial, and industrial architecture imagery, splices them together on a canvas or collage, and douses them in a bright, domestic colour palette. Pittman explores the effect of… Read More