In 2017, Indefinite Arts Centre expanded its exhibition strategy to reach new audiences and new communities. Here is a list of a few of the previous exhibitions featuring Indefinite Arts Centre artists.
Local artist Michelle Austen hosted a workshop in September for IAC artists on Mondays and Wednesdays. This workshop is part of a series that provides arts training to IAC artists while forging connections to our local arts community. The vibrant colours and gestures express the joy artists had exploring the inspiration of a garden and the diversity that creates community.
The Fantasy Spaces art show developed out of a theme that was observed in the studio at Indefinite Arts Centre. During the process of creating many of our artists are drawn to imagery and narratives of the fantastic, while others were found to be making representations of the ordinary into something much more extraordinary. Fantasy Spaces invites you to step out of the conventional and familiar and into a world of excitement, where the possibilities are endless.
Pushing Boundaries with Art, Nature & History: An Indefinite Arts Residency
Through generous funding received from the Rozsa Foundation, this exhibition displayed the work of 30 artists from IAC who traveled to the Leighton Art Centre (LAC) during September 2018 to participate in a residency program in our historic studios. Celebrating freedom of expression inspired by the natural environment and the site’s history, artists worked with both LAC and IAC instructors toward a goal of creating stunning new pieces. Click here for a video featuring some of the artists who participated in this residency.
As part of Indefinite Arts Centre’s first solo international tour, 30 of our artists’ works travelled through Hong Kong and Korea, showcasing their creativity to a global audience. Click here for a recap of the opening reception in Hong Kong. Click here to learn more about some of the artists featured as part of the tour.
LAUNCHPAD @ Dialog
Architect firm DIALOG generously exhibited 30+ of our artists’ works in their new pop-up gallery space in the historic Customs building in downtown Calgary. These pieces were a preview of all the artwork that would soon travel to Hong Kong and Korea as part of Indefinite Arts Centre’s first international tour. Click here for a recap of the opening reception.
Indefinite Arts Centre opened its doors for an open house and exhibition, showcasing our artists’ works and also unveiling our new brand and strategic direction. Click here for a recap of the opening reception. Click here to view a story about the exhibition featured on Accessible Media TV.