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  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 3rd Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Sat 4th Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 10th Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Sat 11th Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 17th Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Sat 18th Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • erasure: Samantha Dickie - Jan 26th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 24th Feb, 2023

    In my ceramic art practise, I use abstraction, minimalism and multiplicity to create large-scale sculptures, and multi-component installations. This exhibition draws on research in anti-colonial, anti-capitalist feminist scholarship for creative inquiry about Erasure: the act of causing a feeling, memory, or period of time to be completely forgotten. In this project, I use abstraction to contempla... read more...
  • Fri 24th Feb, 2023

    The Action Index, Audio Osmosis & the fifty fifty present Sook-Yin Lee with Ora Cogan & Pesewa at Centennial United Church's Assembly Room. This is an all ages event! Sook-Yin Lee An iconic Canadian media figure, Sook-Yin Lee is an award-winning filmmaker, musician, actor, visual artist and broadcaster who has immersed herself in myriad creative collaborations. Many of them were made with h... read more...