Year: 2017

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


Intentionality

Camille Georgeson- Usher in response to Logan MacDonald's exhibition: THE LAY OF THE LAND

[Intentional – Deliberate – Unhurried – Precise – Defined – Clear – Strong – Resilient – Irrepressible – Uncontainable – Wild – Enthusiastic – Eager – Impatient] [Unintentional – Accidental – Unplanned – Unexpected – Surprising – Astonishing – Mysteries] Intentionality What is our relationship to the intentional? I love synonyms. When I was learning… Read More


OLIVIA WONG: Greenspace

October 27 – December 08 2017

Opening Reception: October 27, 2017- 7- 9 pm Greenspace is a series of performative and photographic works that looks at the connection between the environment, people, and the body. It focuses on looking at the ways that nature can be perceived, the moments of interaction with people, and the effects left behind. While being informed… Read More


Indigeneity and the legacy of cultural erasure within NL: Landless Band Panel Discussion #2

SATURDAY, October 28, 3- 5pm

  Join exhibiting artist Logan MacDonald, Camille Georgeson-Usher and  Megan Coles for a panel discussion moderated by curator Jason Penney. The panel discussion will focus on Indigeneity and the legacy of cultural erasure within the province. What steps are required for this province to heal? What role does art play in speaking to the evolving… Read More