Sunday, February 26, 2006

Tara Bryan and Craig Francis Power Artist Talks at the Anna Templeton Centre

Tara Bryan and I will be giving presentations and talks about our respective art practices Friday, March 3rd at the Anna Templeton Centre on Duckworth Street at 7pm. Everyone is welcome to attend. Five bucks.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

wait. wasn't this supposed to be with Sue Furneaux?

anyway. what's this all about? is this a series? who's putting this off? etc...

2:23 a.m.  
Blogger craigfrancis said...

yeah, it was. they changed it.

it's a part of a series the Anna has going to introduce their artists to the public.

10:21 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Anna Templeton Centre for Craft, Art & Design presents

Up Close and Personal - a series of presentations featuring instructors of the ATC.

Presentations take place on 4 Fridays, 7:30 pm
278 Duckworth St, main floor
$5 Admission / Refreshments served.

March 3
Tara Bryan (Visual Artist) – “Change and the observations of its subtleties is the essence of my work.”
Craig Francis Power (Writer / Video Artist) - “In all of my work, whether it is video, writing, drawing or fibre arts, I am consistently preoccupied with the idea of art for, about and by the underdog.”
March 10
Sheilagh O’Leary (Art Photographer) – “The human element is first and foremost. It’s about intimacy with the subject.”
Diana Dabinett (Visual Artist) - “In vibrant colour, with translucent media, I attempt to capture the surface details of this unique and harsh place on the edge of Canada while also expressing the strange duality of its formidable strength and intense fragility
March 17
Julia Pickard (Visual Artist) - “Reflected colour, light, movement, and mood are what I try to convey in my paintings.”
Marilyn Macdonald (Quilter) – “I am so passionate about quilting because it allows me to combine a love of textiles with a desire to create comfortable, pleasing objects.”
March 24
Jim Maunder (Visual Artist) - “My work involves issues of human identity, often as it relates to our relationship with our ecosystem.”
Susan Furneaux (Textile Artist) - “The time to gather dye material, apply layers of dye and hand stitch each piece allows for thorough contemplation of the design and idea to be expressed”.
For more information, call 739-7623
Supported by Craft Council of Newfoundland and Labrador

11:23 a.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Are you sure you are worth five bucks Craig? ;^)

8:33 a.m.  
Blogger craigfrancis said...

har dee har har.

10:19 a.m.  
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10:09 p.m.  
Blogger Steve Topping said...

Howdy Craig,

Good thing you started this here discusion. Andrea Hickey told me about it and was loving it. I love it too. Maybe you could start one for Montreal cause right now it seems there is much more debate there than there is here.

I have a starter "blog" that behave more like a site. I intend to post more current ideas on it soon but now it's a photo factory.


3:04 p.m.  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not to state the obvious or anything, but shouldn't someone living in montreal start a blog about art in montreal?

3:40 p.m.  

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