Upcoming Events

ADAPTATION AS IDEATION: AN INVITATION TO SPECULATE THROUGH DRAWING ON HOW TO UNDO THE LAWN OF FORT HENRY

March 20, 2020

2020 Undisciplined Conference

Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queen's University

Kingston, Ontario

March 20 - 22, 2020

 

Organised by a group of Cultural Studies graduate students involved in modes of inquiry that intersect the humanities, social sciences, sciences, technology, activism, and the arts, UnDisciplined is a space for sharing scholarly, artistic, and/or activist work that theorizes or reveals forces that shape human experience. Join Jill Price for a 90 minute drawing workshop to explore how past ecological art practices might be adapted to the lawn and site of Fort Henry to culturally and ecologically this national historic site as a response to Canada's Truth and Reconciliation Calls to Action and to assist in Kingston, Ontario's resistance to climate change. 

Participants will be provided with all drawing materials and source material. 

Ban Righ Speaker Series: Undoing as Activism: A Movement Towards Slow Art

March 16, 2020

Jill Price, PhD, Department of Cultural Studies

Monday, March 16th @ 12:00 pm

 

Hyper-sensitive to her Canadian settler history, present and future in a culture that remains complicit in the ecological erasure of Indigenous persons and land at home and abroad, Price sees the "goods" of today as the trash of tomorrow and therefore physical and lively extensions of colonization. Presenting on artists, industrial leaders and eco-citizens who embrace undoing and unmaking as creative acts, come add to the discussion on what does it mean to undo, what needs unmaking and how we might collectively de-accelerate the pace at which we design, extract and make.

Ban Righ Centre, Queen's University, 32 Bader Lane, Kingston, ON, CanadaK7L 2S8, 613-533-2976

Abstraction Exhibition & Artist Talk at Westland Gallery

March 14, 2020

BRYAN JESNEY, JILL PRICE, MAGGEE DAY, SHARON BARR

MARCH 10TH  - MARCH 28TH

RECEPTION: SATURDAY MARCH 14TH, 2 - 4 PM
ARTIST TALK: SUNDAY MARCH 15TH AT 11 AM

Bringing together the work of Sharon Barr, Maggee Day, Jill Price and Bryan Jesney, this exhibition examines different approaches to abstraction in painting and in three dimensions. Abstraction explores movement, perspective, ideas of perfection and challenges traditional techniques. An exhibit full of vibrant, saturated colour and curious details, Abstraction will draw you in and capture the imagination. 

Accelerated Art, Accelerated Culture UACC Panel

October 25, 2019

Chaired by Julian Jason Haladyn ( Canadian writer and independent curator)

Hilton Hotel, Quebec City

Friday, October 25, 9 am

As an iteration of my upcoming publication Undoing as Activism, this panel led presentation argues that by first unmaking that which already exists, one can slow the accelerated rate at which we think, grow, extract, produce, consume and dispose of goods. In addition to presenting personal art experimentations and reflections, the work of Peter von Tiesenhausen,Katie Patterson and Sharon Kallis will be brought forward to offer examples of art practices that resist acceleration both materially and aesthetically, demonstrating how many immaterial and material things become unmade when taking earth, the final audience and owner of all things, into account.

 

An UNTWISTING: A durational performance exploring the potential of unmaking and existing and hidden materials.

September 19, 2019

Thursday, September 19, 10 am - finished

Isabel Bader Performance Art Centre - Art & Media Lab

Kingston, Ontario

FREE EVENT

Currently pursuing a research-creation PhD in Cultural Studies and continuing to acknowledge my role as a maker, settler and consumer in the Anthropocene, "An Untwisting" is a follow-up performance to Undoing #1, a durational work where I unravelled a shrunk and damaged acrylic / wool poncho until it was beautiful piles of yarn.  These quiet gestures offer a way to explore how “unmaking” serves as a creative act and might reveal unknown potential hidden in our culture’s material excess so that we can begin to imagine design systems of production and exchange built on foundations of human care and environmental concern.

 

This more public sitting invites the viewer to be present so as to collaboratively discuss how undoing can become monumental  if we are to consider the value of human and non-human materials or view trash as an extension of our neo-colonial capitalist systems of global trade.

 

 

CRAFT @ the EDGE: Call for Contemporary Craft - Deadline October 15, 2019

October 15, 2019

Craft @ the Edge: A Handmade Future is a four-day international conference designed to celebrate, energize and inspire Newfoundland and Labrador craft in all mediums. Hosted by the Labrador and Newfoundland Craft Council, the event is scheduled to happen on the Bonavista Peninsula from October 1st to 4th, 2020, with an international contemporary craft exhibition entitled RE-crafted running on the Bonavista Peninsula from September 1 - October 4, 2020.  Entitled RE-crafted, this exhibition will showcase post-disciplinary approaches to creative practice that work to change the environment in which we live or work on behalf of the environment itself. To read the full call for submissions document and guidelines, click on the link.

To read more about the amazing offerings of the larger conference, click on the image. 

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