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PW Practice // Process 03: Graphic Art x Social/Political Impact

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708G Somerset Street West

Ottawa, ON K1R 6P6

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Possible Worlds presents Practice/Process, a new series of professional development meet ups for emerging artists, designers and other creative practitioners. We discuss a particular theme, focusing on the "what" of guest artists' practices, and the "how" of their process.

For November we’re focusing on graphic art and design with social/political impact, with Ottawa-Gatineau based speakers:

  • Joi Arcand - photo-based artist, co-founder of Red Shift Gallery (Saskatoon) and kimiwan 'zine, recent OCAD Nigig Visiting Artist Resident
  • Guillermo Trejo - Print artist (MFA 2012) & instructor at the Ottawa School of Art
  • Valérie Yobé - Directrice of l’École Multidisciplinaire de l’Image at Université du Québec (UQO) & Présidente de la tribu grafik

This meetup is open to creative practitioners who are curious about the social and political impacts of graphic art and design, as well as representatives from organizations interested in how art and design that is socially and/or politically-engaged can be applied to programming and communications.

Practice/Process is PWYC with registration; suggested $10 at the door. Spaces are limited.

More information and artist biographies: http://possibleworldsshop.com/events-exhibitions/pp03-graphic-art-impact

We would like to acknowledge funding support from the Ontario Arts Council, an agency of the Government of Ontario.

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