Migration in Print Exhibition at Carleton University's Book Arts Lab

Carleton University, MacOdrum Library, 2nd Floor, Book Arts Lab

1125 Colonel By Dr.

Ottawa, ON

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Printmaking

Visual arts

Interdisciplinary

As part of Culture Days 2022, Carleton University’s Book Arts Lab hosts 'Migration in Print,' an exhibition of print works by three members of the Ottawa-Gatineau Printmakers Connective. The exhibit will run from September 23rd to October 16th. The theme of migration is timely as political, economic, and social conditions, exacerbated by climate change, disrupt long-standing animal movements and force ever more people to flee their homes. Printmaking, a medium of multiples, has often been used to draw critical attention to political, social and environmental issues. This exhibition references that history in asking the viewer to consider both the current realities of migration and the role of printmaking in fostering social dialogue and action around contemporary issues.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

Ottawa-Gatineau Printmakers Connective

This event is free.

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Ottawa Gatineau Printmakers Connective

The Ottawa-Gatineau Printmakers Connective is an artist collective founded in 2012 to foster and promote the knowledge and appreciation of hand-pulled prints and printmaking among its members and the public. The 40+ members include recreational, emerging, and established artists, among them several art teachers. The Connective has its home base at the City of Ottawa’s Nepean Creative Arts Centre in Bell’s Corners, where it maintains a gallery space and small printing studio.

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Ottawa-Gatineau Printmakers Connective 'Migration in Print' Project

Members of the Ottawa-Gatineau Printmakers Connective Ottawa, ON

Members of the Ottawa-Gatineau Printmakers Connective (OGPC) offer a behind-the-scenes look at the complexities of printmaking to elucidate the importance of printmaking in contemporary arts. Working collectively on the theme of Migration,...

Location

1125 Colonel By Dr.

Ottawa, ON

Event Contact

Beth Shepherd

beth@bethshepherd.ca

Language

English

Accessibility

This event is wheelchair accessible.