Explore the upcoming artists-in-residence working with the Neighbourhood Time Exchange | Downtown Prince George. From September 2016 to April 2017, each of these artists will take part in a month-long residency in the city.
Rachel and Sarah Seburn, Vancouver + Edmonton | September 2016
Rachel and Sarah Seburn are from Edmonton, AB. They each hold a BFA from Emily Carr University and the duo currently works out of Sunset Terrace in Vancouver. Collaboratively they have exhibited throughout British Columbia, Yukon, Manitoba and Alberta. In 2015 the artists founded the real-estate firm: Temporary Investments. Their work has been reviewed by Satellite Gallery, The Vancouver Sun, Van Document, and Bartleby Review.
Lily Mead Martin, Vancouver | October 2016
Lily Mead Martin is an interdisciplinary artist based in Vancouver, BC. Martin studies the relationship between architectural transience and contemporary nomadism through the production of drawings, site-specific installation and performance. Martin received her BFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design (’10) and completed a Master of Applied Arts from Emily Carr University of Art + Design (’16). She is the recent recipient of a Graduate Research Award from ECUAD, a British Columbia Arts Council Scholarship Award, and a PRIM Production Grant (Montréal).
Alana Bartol, Calgary | November 2016
Alana Bartol is an artist and educator from Windsor, ON. Through performance, video, drawing, installation, and community-engaged art, her work aims to make visible the invisible forces, bodies, and histories in our everyday environments. She currently resides in Calgary and teaches at Alberta College of Art + Design.
David Jacob Harder, Wells | January 2017
David Jacob Harder is an interdisciplinary visual artists/curator from Wells, British Columbia. His work focuses primarily on a heightened awareness of the raw nature and the malleability of landscape. With a first hand interaction with natural materials and the amalgamation of industrialized and organic materials he attempts to further understand our relationship to the fundamentals of time and decay. Harder’s work has been exhibited widely across Western Canada and parts of Europe and can be found speckled throughout the mountain trails and areas where he has lived.
Eric Moschopedis and Mia Rushton, Calgary | February 2017
Eric Moschopedis and Mia Rushton are award-winning interdisciplinary visual artists, facilitators, and community organizers. By combining the playfulness of childhood chums with the scrutiny of ethnographers, we create community-specific, relational, and participatory works that invite audiences to become active agents in the creation of community.
Michelle Fu, Vancouver | March 2017
Michelle Fu is an artist based in Vancouver, Canada. She is the co-founder of 221A, an artist-run organization that develops public infrastructure from social, critical or philosophical perspectives on designed media and space. Her artworks have included sculpture, installation, drawing and social practice. She holds a Bachelor of Design.
Frances Gobbi, Prince George | April 2017
Frances Gobbi is an artist, mother and teacher living in Prince George, British Columbia. Notions regarding childhood play, religion & nature often have a strong influence on her work. These days she is working mostly in photography and painting with watercolours, but she sometimes explores other mediums.