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Year: 2020

FREE Remote Beading Workshop with AiR Alex Antle

FREE Remote Beading Workshop with AiR Alex Antle October 15th, 6pm

Join FARR Artist in Residence Alex Antle to learn how to make a moose hide pin, and learn the appliqué beading method. Alex will ship the materials to you in advance, with all costs for the workshop being covered by EE – you only need yourself, and a pair of scissors! Registration will be open… Read More

Community Conversations with Tangiene Martin-O’Hara & Evelyn Roitner – Guest Facilitator D’Arcy Wilson

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On August 27th, 2020, EE was delighted to host the inaugural Community Conversation between Tangiene Martin-O’Hara & Evelyn Roitner, facilitated by artist D’Arcy Wilson. This event was an opportunity to hear about the experiences of our FARR artists and exchange insights in an open dialogue with each other. Click here to check out Tangiene’s FARR… Read More

FARR AiR Evelyn Roitner & guest James Knott: Walking, Map-Making, & Psychogeography.

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On September 3rd, 2020, we got together with Evelyn Roitner & James Knott to chat about Evelyn’s work, psychogeography, the subjectivity of maps, and indulged in some personal map-making. Click here to check out Evelyn’s FARR residency page.  ——————————————————————- Evelyn Roitner is an emerging multidisciplinary artist and illustrator. Originally from Aurora, ON she is now… Read More

“Eel Song”, by Jenelle Duval

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EE is excited to share with you “Eel Song”, written and performed by Jenell Duval. “Proof that Jenelle Duval can give you goosebumps even via FB live” was commented on our Facebook Live stream as Jenelle’s voice filled our gallery with her original song, “Eel Song”. Jenelle wrote this song as a response to The… Read More

FARR AiR Shawn O’Hagan & Karen Ann Pink: A Month of Letters

A month of Letters

FARR Artists Shawn O’Hagan & Karen Ann Pink are exchanging letters with one another throughout their residency, and are providing them for EE to share with our community.  Shawn and Karen are in very different stages in their artistic careers; these letters will allow them to get to know each other better—and allow us to… Read More