Call for Submissions
At the Historic Fraser Gallery, Tatamagouche, NS
Wednesday, August 26-Saturday, September12 (or 19)
There will be NO opening reception
We would like to invite members, past and present, to
celebrate being together again.
We hope you would include a brief statement about this.
This is our opportunity to celebrate and highlight the
wonderful work of our artist members and introduce
new members to the Gallery.
You may submit up to six pieces.
All media welcome.
How:*Inventory form filled out and left with art– must include title, size, media and price.
*Gallery Agreement –sign and leave the last page
*Membership form—signed and completed if not previously submitted
*all forms can be found at www.thefraser.org
When: *Art should be delivered to the Fraser, 362 Main Street, Tatamagouche, on Wednesday, August 19-Saturday, August 22
*Please come in through the front door to check in with Edie for contact information and Covid protocol.
*Show will start Wednesday, August 26 and run until Saturday, September 12 or possible Saturday, September 19 (dependant on staffing)
Preparation of work: The Gallery is equipped with a cable track hanging system. Any work to be hung must be wired appropriately for installation AND labeled on the back.
Contact: Gallery Committee—email@example.com
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Opening Reception, October 3rd from 3:00-5:00pm
Show continues until October 29th
6016 University Avenue, Halifax, NS,
Shauna MacLeod – Black Crow Pottery
The Poor Farm by Steven Rhude
Stomping Ground is an exciting group show coming to the Ice House Gallery at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre.
Join us for the opening reception on September 12th between 1:00pm -2:30pm
Show continues until October 7th.
Mary Jane Lundy
Artist Brandt Eisner presents his outdoor installation “Fagus Polyporaceae” at ARTsPLACE in beautiful Annapolis Royal from September 5 – 30th, 2020.
“Blue is for boys, pink is for girls”, is the old adage that much of my work uses as a starting point, to challenge basic social constructs around identity. This installation is a reminder of the queer boys and men living in rural areas, who historically just could not fit into their environment and suffered in silence; a reminder of lives lived in fear and hiding; a reminder of those who did not survive, primarily because of who they were. It is indeed a reminder, that in 2020 there are boys still living in fear and men still living secret lives, all to avoid judgement. However, this work is also a celebration of those who came out of hiding in order to blaze a new trail, those who are unapologetically proud today, and those who continuously work on educating the public while supporting and uplifting those who don’t identify as “straight”.
I, like so many who grew up in small communities, was bullied and targeted. I wanted to disappear, but like pink fungus, I stood out like a sore thumb in my environment. Only those who have grown up or lived in rural Nova Scotia could really understand what it’s like. Even today, kids raised in the city cannot comprehend how different the world can be just a short drive away. Progress is happening, but for those living in small, often religious communities, it isn’t happening fast enough.
The Printmaker Studio
1688 Brow of Mountain Road
Centreville, Nova Scotia, B0P1J0
A new twist on a popular program!
We are taking Sketching at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia outside from July 30 through to August 28, 2020.
On Thursdays and Fridays, from 1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m., weather permitting, you can take part in observational sketching in the Ondaatje courtyard with an artist. You will be provided with a sketching kit which will be pre-made and available in the courtyard. It includes a recyclable drawing board, bull-dog clip, sheets of sketching paper and a pencil.
This program will extend beyond the courtyard because you can keep all the materials and continue to develop your drawing skills at home.
This program is Free.
Presented by Scotiabank
Art Gallery of Nova Scotia
1723 Hollis Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia