Events and Exhibitions

 

Ryerson University exhibition. Click here to view more exhibition pictures.

 

 

 

 

 

Upcoming Events/Exhibitions:

 

 

May 6 - 8, 2011, University of Ottawa, Material Cultures Conference, Ottawa, ON

I will be delivering a conference paper and exhibiting selections of photographs taken by myself and others on the topic of appropriated rural waste objects. My paper is entitled “Rural Artifacts, Pastoral Space and the Modern Aesthetic Encounter”.

Follow the link below to view the conference program :

http://www.canlit-symposium.ca/programme.html

 

Past Events/Exhibitions:

 

Monday March 28, 2011, Ryerson University, Literatures of Modernity Symposium, Toronto, ON

I exhibited selections of photography from the website all day at Ryerson University's Literatures of Modernity Symposium. My exhibition was entitled “The Persistence of Ephemeral Memory: Tech-Waste in Pastoral Spaces”.

Follow the links below to view the conference program, abstracts and pictures:

 

http://www.flickr.com/photos/crustina/5656207629/in/set-72157626460596269

http://lomsymposium.blog.ryerson.ca/program/

http://lomsymposium.blog.ryerson.ca/abstracts/

 

 

Friday, Sept. 24, 2010, Staircase Theater Cafe, Hamilton, ON

 

Selections from the gallery archive were exhibited at the CUPE Quarterly Magazine Launch at the Staircase Theater Cafe (Friday, Sept. 24, 7pm-11pm, one block north of Dundurn & King). In addition, one of my short animated films, which was screened at the Ottawa International Animation Festival on October 21st, 2010, debuted as part of the CUPE reception.

 

 

May - June 2010, Hamilton Artists Inc., 161 James Street North, Hamilton ON

 

A few selections from the gallery archive were displayed at Hamilton Artists Inc. as part of the John Douglas Taylor Conference on The Archive and Everyday Life, which took place May 6 - 8 (2010) at McMaster University.  Hamilton Artists Inc. is located at:

 

161 James Street North,

Hamilton ON

(at the northwest corner

of James and Cannon Streets)

 

Visit HAI's blog for more information on the exhibition:

http://hamiltonartistsinc.blogspot.com/

 

Follow the link below for information on the 2010 John Douglas Taylor Conference:

http://www.humanities.mcmaster.ca/~english/taylor_10/Index.html