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Bond, Dyck, Koop, Thorneycroft
Aganetha Dyck Work


ABOVE: Aganetha Dyck, from Inter Species Communication Attempt mixed media, c. 2000.

BOND, DYCK, KOOP, THORNEYCROFT

26 October 2006 - 5 January 2007
Opening reception: 26 October 2006, 3-5 PM

Curated by Cliff Eyland

This exhibition features key works by Eleanor Bond, Aganetha Dyck, Wanda Koop and Diana Thorneycroft from the collection of Gallery One One One, recently acquired through the efforts of the Co-chairs of Gallery One One One's Collections Committee, professor Oliver Botar and gallerist Robert Epp. Within the context of a rapidly expanding Winnipeg art scene, Eleanor Bond, Aganetha Dyck, Wanda Koop and Diana Thorneycroft continue to be key players. Included are large-scale paintings by Koop, from her Sightline series, and from Bond's Social Centres project, an excerpt from an installation by Dyck, Inter Species Communication Attempt, based on her collaboration with bees, and a charcoal drawing by Thorneycroft inspired by her Monstrance exhibition.

In conjunction withtis exhibition, Gallery One One One organized a year-long lecture series:

Survivorama Lecture Series - (September 2006 - March 2007) Organized by Winnipeg artist Bev Pike and based on the Survivor television programme, this series of lectures/workshops gave students innovative tools for success during their education and afterward. Each speaker provided tip sheets and challenges that encouraged students to develop their understanding of each lecture on mentoring. Each speaker presented her own definition of 'The Island' based upon the lecture topic.

Survivorama was held Wednesdays at the Fort Garry Campus of the University of Manitoba, except for Rita McKeough who spoke at Plug In, and Jody Baltessen, who spoke at MAWA's downtown office. All talks began at 8:00 PM. Survivorama speakers and topics:

#1. Leah Fontaine, artist and teacher, Aboriginal Mentoring, September 27, 2006 (in the FitzGerald building).
#2. Keith Louise Fulton, women's studies professor, Peer Mentoring, Group Mentoring, October 25, 2006 (in the Art Barn).
#3. & #4. Shawna Dempsey and Lori Millan, performance artists, Mentors in Acting Out, November 1, 2006 (in the Art Barn).
#5. Rita McKeough, performance artist and art professor, Fear, Authenticity and Mentoring, November 15, 2006 (Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art).
#6. Susan Close, photographer and art history professor, Mentoring in Emancipation Movements, November 29, 2006 (in the Art Barn).
#7. Karen Busby, law professor and equality advocate, Sex and Gendered Mentoring, January 10, 2006 (in the FitzGerald building).
#8. Roewan Crowe, women's studies professor, Imaginary Mentors, January 31, 2007 (in the Art Barn).
#9. Vera Lemecha, Executive Director, MAWA (Mentoring Artists for Women's Art), Innovative Mentoring Programmes, February 7, 2007 (in the Art Barn).
#10. Jody Baltessen, archivist, Reading/Study Groups and Mentoring, March 7, 2007 (at MAWA's downtown office).


Gallery One One One, School of Art, Main Floor, FitzGerald Building, University of Manitoba Fort Garry campus, Winnipeg, MB, CANADA R3T 2N2 TEL:204 474-9322 FAX:474-7605

For information please contact Robert Epp eppr@ms.umanitoba.ca