Visiting Artist + Instructor Presentation: Anne Drew Potter

WHEN: Wednesday, October 7 @ 2 p.m.

WHERE: Annex C

Anne Drew Potter is a figurative sculptor and works with distortions of human anatomy that address issues of contemporary identity.

Her work addresses historical and contemporary narratives, and the importance of the lived bodily experience. 

Students in Sculpture, Ceramics, Fibers, Photography, Figurative Painters, and Visual Story Tellers would be a perfect fit for this presentation, but all are encouraged to attend.

Calgary Dust Up

PRESENTED AS PART OF THE CIFF Industry Series

WHEN: Saturday, October 3, 2015 at 9 a.m.

WHERE: Stanford Perrott Lecture Theatre (ACAD - 1407 14 Ave N.W.)

AMPIA’s 1st Annual Southern Alberta Profession Development Day, the Calgary Dust Up will take place at the Alberta College of Art & Design on Saturday, October 3, 2015.

Film Screening - Markowsky Draws in a Fighter Plane

WHEN: Thursday, October 1, 2015 from 6 - 9 p.m.

WHERE: Stanford Perrot Lecture Theatre

Join us for a very special evening with ACAD Alumni Michael Markowsky and Director Michael Peterson for a private screening and Q&A panel session regarding the release of their new film Markowsky Draws in a Fighter Plane.

This event is open to ACAD students, staff, faculty. alumni and the public.

Register by using the link below:

Artist Talk: Buster Simpson

WHEN: Tuesday, September 15 from 7 to 9 p.m.

WHERE: Room 520

Buster Simpson, a pioneer in the field of urban environmentalism and art in public spaces.

For more than four decades, Simpson has been the ecological and social conscience for neighborhoods and cities in constant states of transition and renewal. His site-specific, agitprop, and process-driven art has surveyed the problems, scrutinized the context, and presented new frames of reference to provide local solutions for global issues.

Artist Talk: Roger D. Wilson

WHEN: Thursday, September 24 from 2 to 4 p.m.

WHERE: Room 520

Windows Collective member and co-founder Roger D Wilson will discuss the collective's intentions in creating transient public art.

Since 2008, the six-member collective has created public film installations in Ottawa, using private properties, heritage sites, parks and bridges as the presentation space.

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