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AiR Talks: Ashley Hemmings

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 practice in the future!

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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 to partner with environmental scientists, cognitive psychologists, and horticulturalists, to consider the intersection of many different ways of looking at and interacting with the natural world. Most recently, Ashley has shown her solo project Souvenir Documents at the rOGUE Gallery in St. John’s. Ashley has worked at a number of art galleries across Newfoundland including Eastern Edge Gallery, The Grenfell Art Gallery, and The Rooms Provincial Art Gallery. Currently she works as a Research Assistant to Dr. Jennifer Willet and Incubator Art Lab at the University of Windsor.