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MNG Winter 2019 Call for Submissions

Hello ACAD! It’s time for the Marion Nicoll Gallery’s call for submissions, and it’s time for you to spread the word and submit!

Marion Nicoll Gallery (MNG) – Call for Submissions Winter 2019

DEADLINE: January 20, 2019 at 11:59PM

If you are interested in having a show between February – April 2019 in either of our gallery spaces, now is your time to submit a proposal!

All current ACAD students are eligible to submit, as well as recent ACAD graduates within the last three years. Please read through our submission guidelines carefully and complete the online submission form. The form will guide you through the submission process.

If you have any questions regarding the submissions or selection process, please email the Gallery Coordinator, Laura Pritchard at mng.acadsa@acad.ca.

The ONLINE submission form is available here:

https://form.jotform.com/ACADSA/mng-submissions-winter-2019

Information about the gallery spaces you can apply for is available here: https://marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com/about/

If you have any questions, please send all inquiries to: mng.acadsa@acad.ca

Thank you! The MNG looks forward to seeing your submission!

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  • David McGonigal Videla_Image
    January 24, 2019 6:00 pm - January 24, 2019 8:00 pm

    The MNG LRT Space presents:

    David Videla – Y debo reconocer mi vida pasada sin consecuencias

    Exhibition Runs: January 14 – February 15, 2019
    Reception: Thursday, January 24, 6 pm – 8 pm
    Main Mall, at the Alberta College of Art and Design

    Join us Thursday, January 24th in the ACAD Main Mall for the opening reception from 6 – 8 pm!

    Artist’s Statement & Bio:

    Familial patterns of migration and displacement feed in and out of past, current, and future lives. Language and culture follow this flow; present long enough to leave an impression, but disappearing before their effects can be understood.

    Popocatépetl, birthplace of the pumice, was once home to Glaciar Norte before it melted and receded. The Bow River is composed partly by runoff from the Bow Glacier, another frozen being in a state of retreat. This documentation is of a ritualistic (re)introduction, performed only in hopes of reacquainting the pumice with certain aspects of their past lives, 4000km from home.

    Born in Cuernavaca, Mexico, David Videla explores concepts of exile, reincarnation, and multicultural identity through performance and video work.

    Film photography and documentation courtesy of Ethan Peters.

    For more information about the MNG visit marionnicollgallery.wordpress.com