Connect with Carolyn Mount 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. We will all die. Yet our society no longer knows how to deal with death, grief andRead More

Jeanne Randolphe – 2016 Deep Bay Artists’ Residency

  Jeanne Randolph is the author of five books on contemporary Canadian arts and two books on contemporary mass culture. Her many publications for journals and contributions to books reflect a fascination with art’s context: technology, ethics, advertising, spectator sports and mass entertainment. Deep Bay Residency Project Residency dates: September 26 to October 9 OnlyRead More

Jesse Krause – 2016 Deep Bay Artists’ Residency

Born to a minister and a biologist, Jesse Krause was moved to creative curiosity from a young age. As a composer, Krause’s work is diverse, ranging from eccentric rock opera to sacred choral music. He is currently writing and building for Geräuschbiest, an innovative ensemble dedicated to the exploration of music through new instruments. DeepRead More

Lindsey Bond – 2016 Deep Bay Artists’ Residency

Lindsey Bond’s photographic work explores socio-geographic issues in Canada. She creates pervasive imagery that exposes our need to reconnect with the ground we live on. Recently, Lindsey was a guest artist on Train of Thought, a community arts journey across Canada, focusing on collaborations and alliances between First Nation and settler artists and communities. LindseyRead More

Charlene Van Buekenhout – 2016 Deep Bay Artists’ Residency

Charlene is an actor, writer and producer of theatre based in Winnipeg. Her recent work with her company Echo Theatre has been experimenting with how audiences and performers interact with, and experience, live art. Recent works include plays produced in The Dalnavert Museum and the Ralph Connor House in Winnipeg, using stationary and promenade-style staging.Read More

Michelle Wilson- 2016 Deep Bay Artists’ Residency

Michelle Wilson received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Ottawa in 2005, and graduated with highest honours from the School of Photographic Arts: Ottawa in 2008. Recently, she successfully defended her thesis, ANIMA: Visual Art as a Vehicle for Exploring Other Modes of Relatedness and graduated from the Masters of Fine ArtsRead More