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Year: 2020

AiR Talks: Ashley Hemmings

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Ashley Hemmings: Tell Me How To Be Here FREE Event – Open to All Accessible online via Zoom. Ashley’s residency with EE is coming to an end! We can’t wait to sit with Ashley and have a conversation about her experience, the developments she’s had in her practice, and where she hopes to take her… Read More


Webs of Care | Essay by Valerie Webber

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I am not an artist. I am perhaps what one could call art-adjacent. If I’m involved, I’m often the one taking direction in the background, operating in the periphery: stage management, grunt work, prepping before or cleaning up after the show. It’s the kind of helping-labour that I thrive on. One way I have been… Read More


Dandelions and Chowder | by Lady Kunterpunt

Never in my life did I imagine I’d grow up to be a whispering clown stripper, yet here we are. Well, were, back in October 2019 at the Retroflex Cabaret.  Leading up to the trip, I was so nervous. Would the people of St. John’s like my drag? Would I feel safe? As a non-binary… Read More


Summer AiR | Ashley Hemmings

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Ashley Hemmings Ashley Hemmings is a visual artist and gallery worker from Newfoundland and Labrador. She is currently based in Windsor, Ontario where she is working towards her MFA at the University of Windsor. Ashley completed her BFA in Visual Art from Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland. Her research-based art practise has led her… Read More


Faune Ybarra | Artist Talk

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On June 27, 2020 Faune Ybarra discussed her experiences during her remote residency at EE, and the process of her Archive of Embodied Displacement. This archive is a conversation between the book Through Newfoundland with the Camera, published over 100 years ago, and Faune’s gestures as a Latin American diaspora currently living in Vancouver, BC…. Read More


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