Ecology & Printmaking PART 1: Expanded Views of Technology Akin to Printmaking
May 13, 2021
6pm - 8:30pm
Thursday, May 13th 6pm – 8:30pm MST
Please note: Due to changing AHS guidelines, this event has been moved online.
Join us online with Tiffany Shaw-Collinge for an interactive evening.
Artist Tiffany Shaw-Collinge will be present at Indigenous Art Park ᐄᓃᐤ River Lot 11∞ and will guide the group through her public artwork pehonan in considerations of gathering, land and material making as well as how print is scalable to the world of public art.
A workshop will take place where we can replicate patterns found throughout the park as discussion points for further understanding of the work that exists in the park.
About the Artist
Tiffany Shaw-Collinge is an interdisciplinary artist, curator and architect based in Alberta. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from NSCAD University and a Master of Architecture from SCI-Arc. Oscillating between digital and analogue methodologies, Tiffany’s work gathers notions of craft, memory and atmosphere. Her practice is often guided by communal interventions as a way to engage a lifted understanding of place. Tiffany has produced several notable transitory and permanent public works and is a core member of Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective. While born in Calgary and raised in Edmonton, Tiffany’s Métis lineage derives from Fort McMurray via Fort McKay and the Red River.
This programming is funded by the Edmonton Arts Council through the Connections and Exchanges Organizational Initiatives Grant.
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SNAP is happy to provide this programming at no cost to participants.
We hope you will consider making a donation to keep programs accessible in the future.Donate Now