I am so excited to share that I have three photographs on display at the Supernumerary juried group exhibition at the Atelier Ludmila Gallery in Peterborough, Ontario. The exhibition opens on Friday, August 6 at 6pm and closes on August 28, 2021. 
You can see read more about the exhibition and gallery here.  

4th Line Theatre, located in Millbrook, Ontario, held their first online festival which opened on January 25, 2021. 
Twelve artists were tasked to create a short video on a subject of their choice. 
I am so grateful to have participated in this festival. At a time when so many art institutions had been forced to close and delay their programming, 4th Line decided to continue sharing and facilitating the work of local artists in a new and COVID-safe way. 
"The projects encompass a myriad of artistic styles from dance to poetry to photography to puppetry and several more. The topics and issues explored include: the new silent nightlife in downtown Peterborough in lockdown; an exploration of physical vulnerability in the pandemic; and the story of a young girl trapped alone in a Welsh mine, to name only three." - 4th Line Theatre
Now that the online festival has ended, all the videos have been taken down from 4th Line's YouTube channel. My video received over 300 views. 
" 'Night Shift' gives us a glimpse into the Peterborough Night Life. Bar hoppers and partygoers are nowhere to be seen. Rather, this current night life—amid Lockdown II and a stay-at-home order—is still and silent.​​​​​​​"

The Art Gallery of Peterborough held a juried group exhibition from November 26, 2020 to May 2, 2021. The show, titled Presently, included various visual artwork by over 45 artists from across Canada, including one photograph of mine.
"This moment, complex and layered, merits a complicated response. Gathered here are works bringing forward themes of transition, anxiety, frustration, comfort, boredom, resistance, vulnerability, urgency, and resilience. Expressed through painting, needlework and textile, installation, film and video, photography, pottery, image transfer, drawing, text, collage, printmaking, assemblage performance, and sculpture, a conversation between artists who may never meet face-to-face hums and ticks in aggregate." - Art Gallery of Peterborough
See more about the gallery here.

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