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Visiting Artist Talk: Diane BorsatoNovember 2, 2019
Visiting Artist Talk with Diane Borsato
Saturday, 2 November 2019, 4:00 pm
Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts Room 302
Join us for an artist talk with Diane Borsato, who will discuss her work Gems and Minerals, presented in Automatisme Ambulatoire: Hysteria, Imitation, Performance.
Diane Borsato is an artist and Associate Professor of Experimental Studio at the University of Guelph. In her projects she has worked closely with various other practitioners including artists, dancers, and amateur naturalists. She has exhibited the Art Gallery of Ontario, The Power Plant, the AGYU, the Art Museum at the University of Toronto, the Walter Philips Gallery at the Banff Centre for the Arts, the Vancouver Art Gallery, the National Art Centre and in galleries and museums in the US, France, The Netherlands, Germany, Mexico, Taiwan and Japan. www.dianeborsato.net
Curated by Amanda Cachia, Automatisme Ambulatoire features works by Diane Borsato, Pauline Boudry/Renate Lorenz, Claire Cunningham, Brendan Fernandes, Every Ocean Hughes, and My Barbarian.
All are welcome to attend. ASL interpretation will be available.
Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts
Level entry. Automatic doors can be opened with a push button. Room 302 is on the third level. There is a wheelchair accessible elevator to the second and third levels.
There is one, single-occupancy, gender-neutral, wheelchair-accessible bathroom on the first level and two on the second level.
There are two reserved accessible parking spaces in the King Street Parking Lot, located at the corner of Salem Street and Main Street. All parking on campus is free. See the Campus Map for all visitor parking. mta.ca/map
Detailed Venue Access and Interpretive Services information at automatismeambulatoire.ca
This talk is part of the Visiting Artists Program organized by the Owens Art Gallery, Mount Allison University’s Department of Fine Arts, and Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre.
Automatisme Ambulatoire: Hysteria, Imitation, Performance is one of the 200 exceptional projects funded through the Canada Council for the Arts | Conseil des Arts du Canada New Chapter program. With this $35M investment, the Council supports the creation and sharing of the arts in communities across Canada.
This project was also funded by Mount Allison University, the New Brunswick Department of Tourism Heritage and Culture, and the Government of Canada (Young Canada Works in Heritage Organizations).