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Benjy Kean: Not as lost as you think

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January 11 – February 15, 2019 in the rOGUE Not as lost as you think is a showing of work by Benjy Kean, including paintings, sculpture, and two murals painted directly on the gallery walls. The works explore ideas of personal growth through the use of humour and play. Benjy Kean is an artist living and working… Read More


SOUVENIR DOCUMENTS: Ashley Hemmings

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rOGUE Gallery Oct 27th – Nov 24th Opening Reception: Saturday, October 27th, from 7–10 pm “…the project became about exploring the disconnect between the human body and the landscape. Emphasizing the distance between the places where we think we are doing good, and do not realize we are wrong. I had thought that forcefully removing… Read More


ETHAN MURPHY: Where the Light Shines First

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Where the Light Shines First is a photographic accumulation of the artist’s previous and current relationship to Newfoundland’s rural environment. Murphy grew up in St.John’s and moved to Toronto, Ontario to study photography at Ryerson University. As a young person Murphy felt the limitations of living in a remote area and was eager to leave… Read More


DEADLINE JUNE 15th: rOGUE Call for Submissions

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  The rOGUE Gallery is a 5 x 4 metre space within Eastern Edge dedicated to showcasing work by Eastern Edge members, with a special focus on local, emerging, or experimental practices and works by artists with a connection to Newfoundland and Labrador. We accept applications for exhibitions, performances, concerts, events, screenings, lectures, interventions, art writing, and… Read More


EMILY CRITCH: Between

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rOGUE Gallery: February 2nd – March 17th Opening Reception: Friday, February 2nd from 7-9 pm *Opening Reception in conjunction with Meagan Musseau’s Main Gallery exhibition titled PEJIPUK |the winter is coming* Between Newtown is a rural community on the northern most tip of Bonavista Bay; here, there exists a tension between architecture and environment. The… Read More