Archive for the ‘Exhibition’ Category

  • Time Capsule / Memory Capsule

    Time Capsule / Memory Capsule If we had the option to receive messages from the past how would we receive them?  Would it be possible to respond to these messages?  Would these messages help us better understand our place?  Could we better understand our identity?  Is it possible to have a dialogue with future generations?   Time Capsule is a project that tries to generate a reflection about who we are as a society.  It is not a real capsule, it is a metaphorical space conceived as an encounter and

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  • Residency & Exhibition: César Damián

    Traces – César Damián Residency dates: August 1st – September 2nd, 2016 Columbia Basin Culture Tour: August 13 & 14 from 10am – 5pm – Open studio Artist talk: August 13th, 2016 at 4pm Discussion: August 27th at 4pm about FRONDA (Mexican Artist Collective) Opening reception: September 2nd, 2016 from 7-9pm Exhibition dates: September 7th – October 1st, 2016 Gallery Hours: Wednesday to Saturday 1-5pm Culture Days Event: Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 at 4pm – Closing Reception and Talk The Oxygen Art Centre is excited to be hosting Mexican artist, César

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  • Exhibition: Amanda Strong

    Oskinîkiskwêw (young woman) – Amanda Strong Exhibition dates: June 4 – July 2, 2016 Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday from 1-5pm Opening night: Friday June 3, 2016 from 7-9pm Artist Talk: Saturday June 4, 2016  at 4pm Summer’s almost here and at the Oxygen Art Centre that means it’s time for our artist in  residence and exhibition season!  To start off the season we will be presenting the work of acclaimed filmmaker and director Amanda Strong. Strong is an Indigenous filmmaker, media artist and stop motion director.  She is of Michif descent and currently lives

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  • REUNION exhibition

    REUNION Exhibition dates: February 16 – March 6, 2016 Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday from 1-5pm Opening night: Friday February 12 from 7-9pm As part of Oxygen Art Centre’s 2nd annual Youth Arts Festival, REUNION is an art exhibition by former Self Design high art students; Sasha Baines, Reyna Brown, Hannah DeBoer-Smith, Undine Clara Foulds, Danan Lake and Savi Hanning-Brown. Most of these artists had taken part in Self Design High’s Visual Arts Intensives between 2011 – 2013, hosted at the Oxygen Art Centre studio.  REUNION invites these young artists

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  • Residency & Exhibition: Sam Talbot-Kelly

    Glamourie – Sam Talbot-Kelly Residency dates: December 7, 2015 – January 7, 2016 Exhibition dates: January 9 – February 6, 2016 Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 1-5pm Opening night: Friday January 8, 2016 from 7-9pm *Performance at 7.30pm! Artist Talk: Saturday January 9, 2016  at 4pm The Oxygen Art Centre will mark the turning of the year and the coming of the light with the introspective creativity of multimedia artist Sam Talbot-Kelly. The artist is in residence for the month of December working on explorations into the ancient ways of

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  • High Muck a Muck Wins New Media Writing Prize

    The collaborative project High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese, developed through Oxygen’s Art Centre’s Artist in Residence program, has won the UK based, New Media Writing Prize. High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese is an interactive website and installation exploring Chinese immigration and settlement in British Columbia. The project was created by a team of Nelson and Vancouver artists including Nicola Harwood, former director of Oxygen Art Centre, Fred Wah, former Poet Laureate of Canada, artist / performers Bessie Wapp and Thomas Loh and composer Jin Zhang. Significant artistic contributions

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  • High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese in Norway

    High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese plays Norway! The collaborative project High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese, developed through Oxygen’s Artist in Residence program, was featured in an international exhibition at the Electronic Literature Organization Conference and Festival in Bergen, Norway in August. High Muck a Muck: Playing Chinese is an interactive website exploring Chinese immigration and settlement in British Columbia. The work includes poetry by Fred Wah and interviews with Nelson and Vancouver community members as well as original music, graphics and video. The project was selected to be

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  • Residency & Exhibition: José Luis Torres

    José Luis Torres  – Mutations  Residency dates: August 16-28, 2015 Exhibition dates: August 29 – October 3, 2015 Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 1-5pm Opening night: Friday, August 28 7-9pm Artist Talk: Saturday, August 29 at 4pm   Quebec resident and Argentina-born sculptor José Luis Torres will be the artist in residence at the Oxygen Art Centre this August followed by an exhibition of his work generated while in residency. Thematically, Torres intends to continue with a series of “in situ” installation pieces he calls Mutations where the artist assembles

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  • Children’s Art Show

    Oxygen Art Centre is pleased to present the work of grade 3 and 4 elementary students working through the Artist In the Classroom program. Students from two local elementary schools have been working with local artist, Jennifer McAuley to create a series of one of a kind, handmade, Art Cards to trade, exhibit and collect. Each week for the last few months the students have taken part in a workshop session series that introduces young artists to unique forms of visual expression. Each student has created a series of art

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  • Exhibition: Kathi Hofmann

    Mater Familias – Kathi Hofmann Exhibition dates: January 9 – February 7, 2015 Gallery hours: Wed – Sat from 1-5pm Opening Night: Friday January 9 from 7-9pm Artist Talk: Saturday January 10 at 4pm Join us on January 9th, 2015 at the Oxygen Art Centre for the opening of Mater Familias a sculptural installation by ceramic artist Kathi Hofmann.  Hofmann was born in the Okanagan and has been living in Nelson since 1996.  After a short career in Geology and some global travelling, she returned to school to study art

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