presented by send + receive, a festival of sound
October 7 – 28, 2016
Artist talk and opening reception October 7 at 7:00pm.
For more information, visit www.sendandreceive.org
Toronto-based artist Marla Hlady creates distinct works that play with concepts of utility through audio, kinetic sculpture and sculptural installation. We have invited her to present a solo exhibition featuring three works that engage with this year’s Space & Sound theme from a distinctly architectural perspective. This solo exhibition will feature a new version of Walls, a multi-dimensional kinetic sound installation that reimagines the gallery space as a moving sculptural instrument, Third Floor Radiator, a multimedia sculpture that scales down the Gairloch Gardens gallery in Oakville to dollhouse dimensions, with each room animated and activated as a unique sound object and the silent and playful Leveller, a seemingly utilitarian machine that is perpetually seeking balance.
Presented in partnership with aceartinc. with additional assistance from the Manitoba Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council and University of Toronto at Scarborough.
aceartinc.’s members’ exhibition and performances.
Proudly sponsored by Assiniboine Credit Union
8 – 11 pm, Friday 30 September 2016
Performances by members of aceartinc.:
Kegan McFadden, Freya Olafson, Madeline Rae, Letch Kinloch
(sponsored by Parlour Coffee, Waterfront Massage Therapy, and The Tallest Poppy, Oak & Lily Florists ).
Artists Bingo hosted by Tracy Admin
(AKA Courtney R. Thompson)
The selling of a limited edition print
collaboratively created by
Suzie Smith, Toby Gillies, Irene Bindi, Dany Reede, & Kenneth Lavallee.
$200. Edition of 42. Pre-order a print through PayPal using the button below.
There will also be the opportunity to take a selfie with Andy Warhol.
The Scott Wachal Memorial Bursary was awarded to Carolyn Kroeker last summer.
The recipient is a student who has been curated into aceart’s annual student exhibition which then makes him/her/them eligible to apply for this bursary. $500 is awarded for a project and an artist talk about it is delivered in the following spring. Carolyn Kroeker will deliver a talk with Kira Koop, about the multi media project I AM HERE.
Apply to the 2016 call for submissions from students.
7 pm, Wednesday, 30 March 2016
I AM HERE, a multimedia series by Caro LaFlamme and Kira Koop, challenges the disparity between physical and intellectual space allotted to men and womyn in public spaces. The photographic series shares the stories of four consenting participants posing in locations where they were harassed. White capes draped over their shoulders bear two separate but connected statements: I AM HERE and (I AM NOT FOR YOU), challenging the viewer’s gaze.
Koop’s photographic quartet DEMAND/DECLARE documents locations of events and interactions where Koop was denied full personhood. The series mixes interior and exterior spaces, exploring both the public and the private. SEE ME becomes a mantra, repeated as a plea and a command.
2 October, 5:15 pm, MAWA, 611 Main St.
Presented for send+receive in partnership with MAWA
German artist Limpe Fuchs broke early from her classical training to experiment with “no formalism”-improvisational sound and visual performance using handmade instruments and sound sculptures. Her fascinating artistic career spans over forty years of pushing musical and performance boundaries with an open and intuitive approach. For this event, Fuchs will present some of her handmade instruments and discuss the ideas and concepts behind her often whimsical and rousing work.
send+receive | www.limpefuchs.de/en
Indigenous Curatorial Residency
In partnership with the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective and with the generous support of the Winnipeg Foundation, aceartinc. has created an Indigenous Curatorial Residency.
aceartinc. and the Aboriginal Curatorial Collective are delighted to announce that the selection committee has considered the applications to the Indigenous Curatorial Residency program and made their selection. Niki Little will begin the residency on August 4th, 2015. She will mount the exhibition, Enendaman | Anminigook, in January 2016.
The Curatorial Project
Enendaman | Anminigook will investigate the concept of authorship in contemporary Indigenous art; more specifically, utilizing this notion as a model to investigate the intersecting points of lineage, Indigenous female territories, and the value associated with labour/cultural skill. Little hopes to create a space that is a form of generative process and resistance revealing the nuanced complexity of recentering women.
Niki Little is an artist/observer and arts administrator whose works extends from writing, curating, arts coordination and engaging in transient artistic experiences. She is interested in artistic and curatorial strategies that investigates art consumerism, gender, culture and cultural Diaspora with a hint of youth-inspired ambivalence along the way. She is a member of The Ephemerals, a female Indigenous art collective. Little is on the Board of Directors at Urban Shaman (Vice-President), and recently stepped down from President for the Independent Media Arts Alliance, and Treasurer for the National Indigenous Media Arts Coalition. She studied at the University of Manitoba, the National Screen Institute, and the Camberwell College of Art, London, UK, and completed the Mentoring Artists for Women’s Art (MAWA) mentorship program.
Annual Student Show call 2015
If you are an undergraduate or postgraduate student in Manitoba taking an art class, you are eligible to apply.
Deadline: noon, 20 March 2015
To install and exhibit from 7 to 30 April 2015
Please submit up to 3 pieces on any theme in any medium to email@example.com
– a one-page artist statement
– an image list
– Each image should not exceed 1024×768 pixels, 72dpi and/or 50kb. No more than 9 images total (including detail images of each of the 3 pieces being submitted).
Selected artists are eligible to apply for the Scott Wachall Memorial Bursary, a $500 award and opportunity to give a public artist talk about your practice and work.
Curated by Jennifer Smith
Thursday, March 12 at 7:00pm
Open City Cinema and Video Pool are teaming up to present a program exploring Feminist Video Art, and the culture of Independent Distribution of Video Art in Canada.
The four independent Canadian distribution centres across Canada are Vtape (Toronto), VIVO Media Arts Centre (Vancouver), Groupe Intervention Vidéo (GIV) (Montreal) and Video Pool Media Arts Centre (Winnipeg), curated by Video Pool’s Jennifer Smith. Presented with support from The Manitoba Arts Council/ Le conseil des arts du Manitoba and aceartinc.
Il était encore des fois by Aurélie Pedron
HANGMAN by Lamathilde
Calamity by Shawna Dempsey and Lorri Millan
CVS (Computer Vision Syndrome) by Freya Björg Olafson
Hope by Dana Claxton
Colonization: the second coming by Thirza Cuthand
Babe in the Woods by Lisa Birke
Per Se by Deirdre Logue
Come and get the newest volume of PaperWait – to be launched during the AGM
Since our last AGM, the Board has filled one vacancy and appointed Nicole Flynn as a new director. The membership will vote to ratify this decision.
6 of our current directors have terms that will expire. They are: Andrew Moreau, Andrew Kaplan, Lancelot Coar, Holger Kalberg, Mark Neufeld, Mike VonTiesenhausen. These 6 directors have put their names forward to serve a further two-year term. The membership will vote on whether to re-elect them.
There are currently up to 3 vacancies on the board. Any interested member can put their name forward, no later than November 26th, if they wish to stand for election. We encourage any interested individuals, especially practicing artists, to apply.
At the AGM we will be presenting:
(i) Treasurer’s Report, including ace’s Financial Statements from prior year.
(ii) Election of Directors.
(iii) Appointment of our Accountant.
(iv) President’s Report.
(v) PaperWait vol.16 launch.
From the fine folks that brought you the Soap Box Derby, aceartinc. is back with their annual winter event, A Portrait with Your Pet. Winnipeggers can support their favourite artist-run centre by bringing their beloved pets to ace’s beautiful gallery which is nestled in the heart of the historic Exchange District, on the 2nd floor of 290 McDermot. Here, art lovers and pet lovers alike can have a portrait taken with their handsome pet, by one of Winnipeg’s finest photographers within hand-crafted sets built by some of Winnipeg’s most-celebrated visual artists. A Portrait with Your Pet will be taking place on February 20 & 21st, 2016.
Furry, feathered, scaly, hairless, and taxidermied critters are welcome. Costumes, matching uniforms, and props are encouraged!
Book early to avoid disappointment. Call (204) 944-9763 or email firstname.lastname@example.org, today!
Regular pricing $50 $40
Deal of the Year 2 for $70 2 for $60
**All non-member bookings include a gallery membership.
To pay online please click on the PayPal link below:
For five months between August 2013 and January 2014 twenty-two artists participated in an urban art experiment by placing their work in a small hole in the back exterior wall of a grocery store in Winnipeg’s West End. Each Sunday afternoon a different artist would install their work in this modest opening facing out into a back alley. Though artist statements and short bio were posted on social media the actual gallery site was devoid of any indications or explanations of the art or artist. This impromptu micro gallery presented art at its most vulnerable, exposed not only to elements but also to the random attentions of passersby.
Join Gallery founders and co-coordinators Frank Livingston and David Churchill, as they discuss the concept behind the gallery, the artists who donated their work to the project, and the reactions to the ideal of the gallery and to the art itself.
Frank Livingston is a Winnipeg based artist and gardener.
Dr. David Churchill, teaches history at the University of Manitoba.