• Internal Mapping, Drawing workshop: Sylvie Ringer - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Sat 7th Aug, 2021

    Internal Mapping, Drawing workshop

    Internal Mapping, Drawing workshop led by Sylvie Ringer **Registration is required** Please register for this free event at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/164367835621 - “Internal Mapping, drawing” is a 60-minute guided drawing journey exploring different techniques, the sensations of mark making, and the idea of inner landscaping. The session will include a Q&A with the artist. This free wor... read more...
  • On Growing, Rocks: Sylvie Ringer, Jenni Schine - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 6th Aug, 2021 - Fri 27th Aug, 2021

    On Growing, Rocks

    EXHIBITION STATEMENT Sylvie Ringer and Jenni Schine are a collective of two artists (visual and sound) who create works drawing on connections between place, memory, information and social relations. Both share a practice of closely observing and listening to their immediate surroundings, which then find expressions in Jenni’s sound compositions and Sylvie’s works on paper and immersive inst... read more...
  • Soundwalk - ON GROWING, ROCKS: Jenni Schine - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 6th Aug, 2021

    Soundwalk - ON GROWING, ROCKS

    As part of ON GROWING, ROCKS at the fifty fifty arts collective, sound artist Jenni Schine will lead a sound walk starting at the fifty fifty arts collective (2516 Douglas St). ** This is a free event but registration is required** Please register at https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/164368455475 What is a soundwalk?? A soundwalk is a silent walk along a planned route to experience the location... read more...
  • Why Do I Love the Water finissage: Elena Hoh - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Thu 29th Jul, 2021

    Why Do I Love the Water finissage

    the fifty fifty arts collective invites you to the finissage (closing reception) of Elena Hoh's Why Do I Love the Water? - This event is free but registration is required and is limited to 20 people for Covid-19 safety. Please register here: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/elena-hoh-why-do-i-love-the-water-finissage-event-tickets-164362419421 Drinks will be available for purchase (cash only sugges... read more...
  • Why Do I Love The Water?: Elena Hoh - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Thu 1st Jul, 2021 - Fri 30th Jul, 2021

    Why Do I Love The Water?

    Elena Hoh is a multi-disciplinary artist from Victoria B.C. Her work cycles through themes of family, identity, mental health, and landscape. She does work in fibres, print, drawing, tattooing and ceramics. For Elena, art is a way of practicing being open. Practicing self-reflection. Practicing practice. Personal instagram: @olittlemy Tattoo instagram: @elenaimaritattoo - Covid - 19... read more...
  • Personal Space: Kassandra Klassen - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Thu 3rd Jun, 2021 - Sat 26th Jun, 2021

    Personal Space

    Personal space refers to a landscape in the mind. A place of wandering and of thoughts. Ideas unfolding themselves within marks and colours. This collection consists of works on paper, canvas and panel that blend drawing and painting practices. The washes and pours colours and language of the marks map out moments, memories, problems yet unsolved, and suddenly a world exists on the canvas. - Kas... read more...
  • Brand New Hymn: Jasper Van Alderwegen - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Thu 6th May, 2021 - Fri 28th May, 2021

    Brand New Hymn

    An altar to the dysphoric and dissociated, Brand New Hymn suggests a ‘new’ folklore for the unnavigable present that desperately sanctifies the individual. - Jasper van Alderwegen is an artist born and currently based on the unceded Coast Salish Territory of the Lekwungen and WSÁNEĆ nations and pursuing an honours BFA in visual arts at The University of Victoria. Their practice primarily f... read more...
  • threes: Eryn Lougheed - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Thu 8th Apr, 2021 - Sat 1st May, 2021

    threes

    Taking inspiration from the abundance of triads in Renaissance and Mannerist painting, Threes considers how memories and their surroundings weave through grief, devotion, and play, becoming a dead-letter reply to covert messages. - Eryn Lougheed is an artist raised as a guest on unceded Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ territories. She earned a Bachelor of Design from OCAD University and was the rec... read more...
  • Call for Submissions - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Tue 23rd Mar, 2021 - Fri 23rd Apr, 2021

    CALL: the fifty fifty arts collective is accepting proposals for visual and media art exhibitions, performances, installations, and curatorial projects relevant to the field of contemporary art practices for the 2021/22 programming year. For details on the submission requirements, please visit: http://thefiftyfifty.net/exhibition_guidelines DEADLINE: The deadline is Friday, April 23 at 11:59... read more...
  • Static Flux: Atefeh Baradaran - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Fri 19th Feb, 2021 - Fri 2nd Apr, 2021

    Static Flux

    Static Flux is a collection of paintings from an ongoing body of work in which, using minimal three-dimensional compositions, I explore the tensions between foreground vs. background, flat vs. three‐dimensional and inside vs. outside the frame. In these paintings, I aim to activate an interplay between the dimensionally painted image, the flat wooden substrate and the inherent frame enclosing th... read more...
  • The Saskatchewan Maritime Museum Presents, La Ligue Gourmand: Todd Gronsdahl - Jul 28th @ the fifty fifty arts collective

    Thu 7th Jan, 2021 - Fri 5th Feb, 2021

    The Saskatchewan Maritime Museum Presents, La Ligue Gourmand

    “The Saskatchewan Maritime Museum Presents, La Ligue Gourmand” consists of fake artifacts, museological props, and didactics outlining (my invented) histories referencing lore of innovation. At the fifty fifty gallery, I present an unusual meal in the “museum” with the pretense of promoting flamboyance, humour, and absurdity as important stratagies to elaborate on histories true and invent... read more...

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