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If the Facebook event is any indication, the show at Patrick Gordon Framing entitled T E A S E  is going to be a huge hit.

A juried photo exhibition featuring current students, alumni, and instructors at the School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa, this exhibition “will bravely explore sexuality and provocation nuanced with expressions of concealment and exposure.”

Featuring some of the best of Ottawa’s photography community, the vernissage for this show on the 21st of September will also be the launch for Guerilla Magazine #33. 

This show will be open from the 20th to the 30th of September, Monday - Wednesday, 9:30am to 5pm, Thursday - Friday 9:30am to 7pm, Saturday 11am to 4pm.

See you there!!

images credits: L - Alli Asudeh R - Patrick Turner

I have 2 pieces in this show, and the opening is THIS FRIDAY NIGHT! oh boy oh boy, so much fun. See you there!

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Collaboration is key to artistic creation, and photography is no exception. One of the most exciting collaborations of this year’s Festival X is the collaboration occuring between SPAO, Festival X, and the Canada Dance Festival. Seven alumni of the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa (SPAO) have each been asked to photograph one of the seven groups participating in this year’s Canada Dance Festival.
These images will be printed during a mini residency at SPAO over the summer, framed by Patrick Gordon Framing, and displayed at the National Arts Centre during Festival X in September. The artists participating cover an extremely wide range of photographic practice, from glass plate photography (Whitney Lewis-Smith, whose work is shown in a screenshot above) to editorial work (Jamie Kronick); from portraiture (Sarai Strikefoot). This is sure to be an exceptional group of work! 
photo credit: Whitney Lewis-Smith

Very excited to announce that I’m going to be tumblr-blogging for Festival X 2012 this September. Check out my first post, which appropriately enough describes SPAO’s collaboration with the Canada Dance Festival. Excited to be a part of this team!
Follow us on tumblr, twitter, and facebook!

festivalx:

Collaboration is key to artistic creation, and photography is no exception. One of the most exciting collaborations of this year’s Festival X is the collaboration occuring between SPAO, Festival X, and the Canada Dance Festival. Seven alumni of the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa (SPAO) have each been asked to photograph one of the seven groups participating in this year’s Canada Dance Festival.

These images will be printed during a mini residency at SPAO over the summer, framed by Patrick Gordon Framing, and displayed at the National Arts Centre during Festival X in September. The artists participating cover an extremely wide range of photographic practice, from glass plate photography (Whitney Lewis-Smith, whose work is shown in a screenshot above) to editorial work (Jamie Kronick); from portraiture (Sarai Strikefoot). This is sure to be an exceptional group of work! 

photo credit: Whitney Lewis-Smith

Very excited to announce that I’m going to be tumblr-blogging for Festival X 2012 this September. Check out my first post, which appropriately enough describes SPAO’s collaboration with the Canada Dance Festival. Excited to be a part of this team!

Follow us on tumblr, twitter, and facebook!

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I am so pleased to announce that my solo show is finally (almost!) here. 13 - 18 opens this coming Friday, March 16, at SPAO’s Red Wall Gallery, 168 Dalhousie St. I would love to see you all there!
I am also very excited to announce that local poet Claudia Coutu Radmore has created a beautiful poetic response to my work as a part of the Call and Response program at the Red Wall Gallery. It is available to read online here for those who are interested.
The facebook event for the show can be found here. 
See you all there :)

I am so pleased to announce that my solo show is finally (almost!) here. 13 - 18 opens this coming Friday, March 16, at SPAO’s Red Wall Gallery, 168 Dalhousie St. I would love to see you all there!

I am also very excited to announce that local poet Claudia Coutu Radmore has created a beautiful poetic response to my work as a part of the Call and Response program at the Red Wall Gallery. It is available to read online here for those who are interested.

The facebook event for the show can be found here

See you all there :)

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I’m very excited to announce that tomorrow night is my fellow third year Caroline Tallmadge’s opening for her solo show at SPAO! The culmination of this year’s work, it should be a fantastic show. 

With her use of macro photography, Tallmadge creates extraordinary images of ordinary objects; from the dressmaker’s pins to the miniature gears of a clock repair shop, these images create an intimate and unexpected portrait of the everyday objects of the manual worker.

See you tomorrow night at the Red Wall Gallery, 168 Dalhousie, between 6pm - 9pm!

images via ctallmadge.