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Year: 2014

Wake Up Inspired

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Eastern Edge’s Rogue Gallery + For the Love of Learning present Wake Up Inspired 2014. Wake Up Inspired is an exhibition of visual art (prints, paintings, drawings, sculpture, photographs, video, performance) by young Newfoundland and Labrador artists. Opening Reception: Nov 17th at 7pm with special guest photographer and artist RHONDA PELLEY. Facebook event here Artists… Read More


Gerard McNiven – After the Storm

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After the Storm is an exhibition of Gerard McNiven’s abstract, atmospheric landscape mixed media paintings. These images are not representative of a particular time or place but of an imaginary space which Gerard creates intuitively as he works. Curated by June Walker Wilson. Opening Reception: November 1st at 7pm Facebook event here About the artist:… Read More


30/30 VISION

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30/30 VISION: 30 projects in 30 days for 30 years To celebrate 3 decades of contemporary art at Eastern Edge Gallery invited members of the gallery to organize 30 consecutive days of art actions both large and small. For the month of November, Eastern Edge members presented talks, pop up events, galas, dance parties, workshops,… Read More


JEFF&GORDON / Mikiki

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JEFF&GORDON (LA), and Mikiki (ON/NL) use their work to look at how culturally stagnant aspirations of individual success have led to personal exasperation and loss, and the large scale failure of community. In the face of the seeming impossibility of a richer fuller life for all, the dream of social mobility has been immobilized. Read… Read More


The Art Marathon Festival: Carnival

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Art Marathon Festival: Carnival AUG 13-17 2014 SCHEDULE BELOW – For full details, visit www.artmarathonfestival.com! Five days of contemporary art, workshops, performances, talks, music, and 24hrs of live art-making with over 100 local, national and international artists. Read the essay by Gloria Hickey. Facebook event here


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