The Bridge

‘Qey Fredericton, I am immensely proud to be a participating artist in this Canada 150 project with Solo Chicken Productions, Lisa Anne Ross Samaqani Cocahq, Ryan Griffith and many others. My project seeks to honour the tremendous life’s work of our Wolastoqey Senator Sandra Lovelace Nicholas. Woliwon! Hope to see you at The Bridge inContinue reading “The Bridge”

‘It is proper to speak the truth’

My supervisor frequently reminds me to own the many realities of my current situation, and to not take for granted the work/art that goes into making a home and a life (the art of homelife?)… I am/do – try/ing – each day. So many different things occur in every family in the run of aContinue reading “‘It is proper to speak the truth’”

Feminist Art Conference – Toronto

More details to come on this work, but here are a few highlights from last evening’s opening at the Ontario College of Art and Design, of FAC2017!   (*And a few images from the Art Gallery of Ontario yesterday afternoon.)

Just your average holiday ‘bricoleur’

So as the holidays approach I am (probably like many of you..) ‘running behind’. My dissertation proposal was to be finished six weeks ago, and my Christmas shopping is not anywhere near finished… Any yet, the important things remain in good order: we are healthy, happy (most days!), and together. So, tomorrow night our littleContinue reading “Just your average holiday ‘bricoleur’”

Weaving my defense.

  If you’re curious, you can see a pdf. of the presentation here: Hogan_Comprehensive Defence presentation_July 7 2016     Wearing my son’s handmade mother’s day gift from last May (heart shaped button pin) and my Christmas gift from my daughter (needle and thread pin) for good luck (and not in the photo, my grandmother’s rubyContinue reading “Weaving my defense.”

#GrowTheGAG

The Gynocratic Art Gallery means a lot to me. It began as an extension of my studio-based doctoral  research, as an Interdisciplinary PhD program at the University of New Brunswick. Two weeks ago The GAG launched a nation wide mail out called Grow The GAG! The mail-out went to many artist-run centers across Canada, as wellContinue reading “#GrowTheGAG”