Current Exhibition

15 Monologues: Summer Craft Residency Works

September 2-18, 2016

Opening Reception September 1, 6 pm

Mary E. Black gallery is pleased to present 15 Monologues, an exhibition of current work and work in progress by Semina Baek, Greg Bauer, Sarah Cheetham, Julian Covey, Caroline Deacon, Kaley Doleman, Laura Jean Forrester, Kaas Ghanie, Kate Grey, Ann McCosker, Emma Piirtoniemi, Veronica Post, Laurel Rennie, Nicholas Rosin, and Athanasia Vayianou. On view from September 2 - 18 with a reception on September 1 at 6pm, the exhibition presents work by the largest group of residents the centre has hosted, featuring new pieces in ceramics, glass, jewellery, weaving and wood. 
Our Professional Development Residency Program offers emerging artists the studio space and support to develop their artistic practice outside of the academic environment. Participants are encouraged to experiment with new methods of working and explore new subject matter. The Nova Scotia Centre for Craft & Design is committed to providing support to emerging artists as they transition from students to professionals – strengthening the arts and culture community of the province and country at large.