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Danielle Sturk – 2015 Major Arts Grant Recipient

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Danielle Sturk is a multi-disciplinary dance artist, choreographer, and independent filmmaker creating in documentary and experimental forms. Since 2004, her combined short films have been screened at over thirty film festivals and broadcast on CBC, Radio Canada, Aboriginal People’s Television Network, MTS TV, l’Office national du film du Canada (NFB), TVA (Quebec), and TFO (Télévision française de l’Ontario). Danielle began her career as a dance artist and choreographer, performing nationally and internationally from 1986-1997. A graduate of the University of Winnipeg’s Theatre/Film department, Danielle is based in her home town of Winnipeg with her partner and their four daughters, where she continues to mine inspiration from her immediate surroundings with their support.…

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Andrew Milne – 2015 Churchill Artists’ Residency

Andrew Milne is the first artist-in-residence at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC) February 18–March 7, 2015. Andrew John Milne is an interdisciplinary artist who works with new media, film, photography and performance. His recent work has dealt with the re-invention of alternative imaging technologies with photocopy cameras, mechanical hologram machines, and alternative projection devices.

Residency Project

While at the CNSC Andrew will attend the Aurora learning course Winter Skies: Aurora and Astronomy in Churchill for the first week and will then spend the second week flying a small hot air balloon to document the abandoned research and military sites at Fort Churchill via aerial photography.…

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Kelsey Braun is in residence at the Deep Bay Cabin June 8 – 21

kelsey-braun-webThe Artist: Kelsey experiments using sound and moving image to investigate the relationship between identity, memory, and environment. The constructs produced seek an alternate landscape for either escape or active reflection, and take the form of installation, performance, recording, or single and multi-channel video.

Residency Project: Kelsey will be working towards a number of on-going projects, including a multiple-channel sound installation taking place at Video Pool (Winnipeg) in July using recordings of wind. As well, Kelsey will be exploring areas of geographical interest within the park to perform small sound interventions and document the results.

Meet the Artist: Saturday, June 20th at 2:00 p.m.…

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April – July 2015: Andrew Milne self-directed residency in New Brunswick

Winnipeg artist Andrew Milne is in New Brunswick May, June and July for workshops and artist talks. As well as providing public exhibitions via his Museum of New Ideas, Andrew’s itinerary includes residencies and exhibitions at Woodstock Art Gallery, Connexion ARC in Fredericton, Third Space Gallery in St John, Gallerie Sans Nom in Moncton, Struts Gallery and Faucet Media Arts Centre in Sackville.

Andrew Milne is an interdisciplinary artist who works with new media, film, photography and performance. His recent work has dealt with the re-invention of alternative imaging technologies with photocopy cameras, mechanical hologram machines, and alternative projection devices.…

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Ray Fenwick – 2014 Manitoba/New Brunswick/Quebec Creative Residency

Ray Fenwick is an interdisciplinary artist working with sound, video, typography, and performance. His work is an (often playful) attempt to initiate alternative relationships with language and with the voice. He has an undergraduate degree from NSCAD and an MFA from the University of Manitoba. He also maintains collaborative works with other artists. Foster & Fenwick is an ongoing project with Nova Scotia artist Eryn Foster that explores the overlap between self-help, spirituality, and art. Pastoralia, an art and dance music hybrid with painter and vocalist Mitchell Wiebe, has performed at various venues, most notably the American and Canadian openings of Mass MoCA’s Oh Canada touring exhibition.…

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Andrew Milne – 2015 Churchill Artists’ Residency

Andrew Milne is the first artist-in-residence at the Churchill Northern Studies Centre (CNSC) February 18–March 7, 2015. Andrew John Milne is an interdisciplinary artist who works with new media, film, photography and performance. His recent work has dealt with the re-invention of alternative imaging technologies with photocopy cameras, mechanical hologram machines, and alternative projection devices.

Residency Project

While at the CNSC Andrew will attend the Aurora learning course Winter Skies: Aurora and Astronomy in Churchill for the first week and will then spend the second week flying a small hot air balloon to document the abandoned research and military sites at Fort Churchill via aerial photography.…

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