Dr. Andrea Fatona Nominated for OAAG Award

 

Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 1:00pm

Associate Professor, Faculty of Art and Graduate Program Director, Criticism and Curatorial Practice, Dr. Andrea Fatona has been nominated for the OAAG's Exhibition of the Year Award (budget under $20,000, thematic) for the exhibition Settling In Place. The exhibition features the work of Aylan Couchie, Martha Griffith, & Charmaine Lurch and was presented at Barrie's MacLaren Art Centre from June 30–October 28, 2018.

Exhibition Description: 
The group exhibition features contemporary installations concerned with excavating and making visible material reminders of diverse and contested histories of place, settlement and community-making within Ontario.

OAAG Nomination List: Exhibition of the Year: Budget under $20,000—Thematic

Settling in Place
Andrea Fatona, Curator and Exhibition Designer
Emily McKibbon and Ellyn Walker, Exhibition Coordinators
Emily McKibbon, Andre Beneteau, Sam Gottlieb, Kelly Anderson, Anna Lee, and Tyler Durbano, Installation Team
Aylan Couchie, Martha Griffith, and Charmaine Lurch, Artists
MacLaren Art Centre, 2018

Refuge
Anik Glaude, Curator and Exhibition Coordinator
Anik Glaude and Carolyn Douse, Exhibition Designers
John Abrams, Phil Scott, and Fraser Ching, Installation Team
Karen Miranda Abel, Lisa Hirmer, Jessica Karuhanga, and Anna Williams, Artists
Varley Art Gallery of Markham, 2018

With an instinct for justice
Noa Bronstein, Curator
Noa Bronstein, Shadi Harouni, and Elise Rasmussen, Exhibition Designers
Erin Peck, Exhibition Coordinator
Dax Morrison, Installation Team
Shadi Harouni and Elise Rasmussen, Artists
Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough, 2018

Click here to view the exhbition publication:
https://maclarenart.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Settling-in-Place-Exhibition-Publication.pdf

Click here to view the OAAG nominees for all categories:
http://oaag.org/awards/index.html

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Thursday, October 3, 2019 - 1:00pm

Associate Professor, Faculty of Art and Graduate Program Director, Criticism and Curatorial Practice, Dr. Andrea Fatona has been nominated for the OAAG's Exhibition of the Year Award (budget under $20,000, thematic) for the exhibition Settling In Place. The exhibition features the work of Aylan Couchie, Martha Griffith, & Charmaine Lurch and was presented at Barrie's MacLaren Art Centre from June 30–October 28, 2018.

Exhibition Description: 
The group exhibition features contemporary installations concerned with excavating and making visible material reminders of diverse and contested histories of place, settlement and community-making within Ontario.

OAAG Nomination List: Exhibition of the Year: Budget under $20,000—Thematic

Settling in Place
Andrea Fatona, Curator and Exhibition Designer
Emily McKibbon and Ellyn Walker, Exhibition Coordinators
Emily McKibbon, Andre Beneteau, Sam Gottlieb, Kelly Anderson, Anna Lee, and Tyler Durbano, Installation Team
Aylan Couchie, Martha Griffith, and Charmaine Lurch, Artists
MacLaren Art Centre, 2018

Refuge
Anik Glaude, Curator and Exhibition Coordinator
Anik Glaude and Carolyn Douse, Exhibition Designers
John Abrams, Phil Scott, and Fraser Ching, Installation Team
Karen Miranda Abel, Lisa Hirmer, Jessica Karuhanga, and Anna Williams, Artists
Varley Art Gallery of Markham, 2018

With an instinct for justice
Noa Bronstein, Curator
Noa Bronstein, Shadi Harouni, and Elise Rasmussen, Exhibition Designers
Erin Peck, Exhibition Coordinator
Dax Morrison, Installation Team
Shadi Harouni and Elise Rasmussen, Artists
Doris McCarthy Gallery, University of Toronto Scarborough, 2018

Click here to view the exhbition publication:
https://maclarenart.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/Settling-in-Place-Exhibition-Publication.pdf

Click here to view the OAAG nominees for all categories:
http://oaag.org/awards/index.html

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