Amber O’Reilly – 2019 Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency

Amber O’Reilly is an artist in residence at the Deep Bay Cabin for the 2019 Riding Mountain Artists Residency. Amber, originally from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, is an emerging Francophone and multilingual poet, spoken word, and theatre artist, now based in Winnipeg. Her poetry focuses on family, romantic, and geographic relationships. During her residency in RidingRead More

Elvira Finnigan – 2019 Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency

Elvira Finnigan is an artist in residence at the Deep Bay Cabin for the 2019 Riding Mountain Artists Residency. Elvira’s multi-media practice includes installation, performance, video, and photography. Currently her art focuses on experimental works using dense salt brine and crystallization. She has exhibited in the USA, Japan, and across Canada. Over the course ofRead More

Sarah Crawley – 2019 Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency

Sarah Crawley is an artist in residence at the Deep Bay Cabin for the 2019 Riding Mountain Artists Residency. Sarah is a photo-based artist who uses various photographic technologies and materials to investigate the impact that memory, place and loss have on identity. Her work has been exhibited across Canada. During her residency in RidingRead More

Diana Thorneycroft – 2019 Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency

Diana Thorneycroft is an artist in residence at the Deep Bay Cabin for the 2019 Riding Mountain Artists Residency. Diana is a Winnipeg artist whose work has exhibited in the US, Europe, Moscow, Tokyo, Australia and across Canada. She is the recipient of numerous awards including the Manitoba Arts Council’s Award of Distinction. She isRead More

Diana Thorneycroft

Connect with Diana Thorneycroft at Riding Mountain National Park

The Riding Mountain Artists’ Residency provides professional artists with an opportunity to be inspired and create their works in the park’s setting. In return these professional artists invite visitors to interact with them and uniquely discover the park through their eyes and works.Read More