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Petal’s Place: Cadence Planthara - May 24th @ The Ministry of Casual Living

Petal’s Place: Cadence Planthara

Friday May. 24th until Sun. May 26th
Petal’s Place : Cadence Planthara


Petal’s place for objects and images

made and found in residence at the Bonnie McComb Kreye residency

on unceded Lekwungen land (“Victoria, BC”)

with clay, paint, pigment, paper, textile, peppercorn, pearl.

Petal’s place
Petal’s palac... Read More
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Sat, May 25, 12-5pm, Sun, May 26, 12-5pm
@  The Ministry of Casual Living
Camp Namegans: Jeremy Herndl - May 24th @ Ministry of Casual Living Window Gallery

Camp Namegans: Jeremy Herndl

Friday May. 10th until Fri. May 31st
Landscape is not passive - it is political and social and it bears the character of the people who live and work on it. It contains a human legacy, layered over the centuries - of unceded First Nations territory, colonization, agriculture, industrialization and gentrification. Landscape is also ab... Read More
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An eye for an eye: Tamara Bond - May 24th @ The Ministry of Casual Living

An eye for an eye: Tamara Bond

Friday May. 31st until Sun. June 2nd
An eye for an eye
Tamara Bond

Devonshire Studio Gallery
Opening reception: May 31, 2019, 7-10pm
Viewing: Sat, June 1, 1-5pm, Sun, June 2, 1-5pm

An exhibition of collages that created from an archive of artworks dating back to 1994. The works include watercolour characters and paper landscap... Read More
Free
Fri, May 31, 7-10pm, Sat, Jun 1, 1-5pm, Sun, Jun 2, 1-5pm
@  The Ministry of Casual Living
24/7: Nicholas Koby - May 24th @ Ministry of Casual Living Window Gallery

24/7: Nicholas Koby

Friday May. 31st until Fri. June 7th
“Teenage Nostalgia,” by Nicholas Koby, is an encapsulation of today’s teens; a generation that feels trapped by nasty stereotypes of being anti-social, stimulant and technology addicted, and incapable of holding a real conversation. A society that is segregated by generational differences, or ... Read More
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