UAAC in Halifax: Headed Home

Well, the University Art Association Conference in Halifax is now over, to be reconvened next year in Montreal. I must say that my only complaint is that there were SO MANY other exciting sounding papers that I would like to have attended and could not.  There were just not enough hours in the day (back toContinue reading “UAAC in Halifax: Headed Home”

NSCAD (and The GAG’s) first full day at UAAC 2015

Day one in pictures. Artist and independent curator Jeff Thomas delivered the keynote address at the conference last night. “Our Future: From Residential Schools to Reconciliation” it was a powerful presentation, and I truly encourage that you investigate his work more deeply. *I should say, this slide show on my blog is limited to theContinue reading “NSCAD (and The GAG’s) first full day at UAAC 2015”

Gender Parity at the Federal Level in CANADA & The University Art Association of Canada conference

I arrived here in Halifax last evening for the University Art Association of Canada‘s annual conference. This year being hosted by the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design University, NSCAD. It is wonderful to be back in this vibrant and historic city! Better still having arrived yesterday, on such a historic day for our nation! (“Canada becomesContinue reading “Gender Parity at the Federal Level in CANADA & The University Art Association of Canada conference”