Gushul Blog Book

The other thing I did recently was turn our Gushul Residency blog into a book!  It is mainly just a keepsake for Latifa and I, and I think it turned out pretty good! (Don’t worry, you’re not missing much- it’s all here!) It’s going to go on the shelf among my journals, as it seems to be the “Missing Journal,” because I didn’t journal (otherwise) during that period of time.

I am also thinking that sometime when I have time (ha ha), I’d like to turn this blog into a book as well.  Or a series of books.  It is turning into a bit of a journal for me as well, although not as personal as my physical books.  It would be good to have a physical document of it among my other books.

Hanna’s Centennial History Book

I don’t know if I mentioned it before, but I submitted a design to a contest my home town was holding, looking for a cover for Hanna’s Centennial History Book, which will be published for the celebrations next summer. (Puttin’ my BFA to good use!  Just kidding.  Kinda.)

monofilament: materials/design/concept by 2011 graduating class of the ACAD Fibre Department

So it’s finally finished!  The book we made, as the graduating Fibre class of 2011!

It contains profiles on the 8 2011 graduates in the Fibre program at the Alberta College of Art + Design, including, Ashley Quan, Barbara Worden, Chantel Traub, Jennifer Akkermans, Lindsay Joy, Melissa Wong, Seathra Bell, and Tracy Sutherland.  I can’t wait to see it!

You can order the book here:

monofiliment: materials/design/concept

 

The Works Festival!

My work has been included in The Works Festival Program, under the Alberta Craft Council‘s Coming Up Next exhibition. I didn’t realize my work was going to be a part of this, and thought the person who first congratulated me about being in the program was teasing me!  In my head, I was thinking, “…. but I didn’t apply for that…. did I?”

Check out that pretty picture on page 18!

To see the whole program or to get a better look, click here.

The Works Festival!

My work has been included in The Works Festival Program, under the Alberta Craft Council‘s Coming Up Next exhibition. I didn’t realize my work was going to be a part of this, and thought the person who first congratulated me about being in the program was teasing me!  In my head, I was thinking, “…. but I didn’t apply for that…. did I?”

Check out that pretty picture on page 18!

To see the whole program or to get a better look, click here.

Overdue: Documentation in the Expanded Field


Overdue: Documentation in the Expanded Field

This is the catalogue from a group exhibition of graduating students from the Alberta College of Art + Design, exploring the role of documentation in today’s contemporary art practice.