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Jaime Black

Residency
October 12 to 26, 2012
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As of October 12, Atelier Graff is proud to welcome Jaime Black for a two-week residency under its Trans-Canada exchange program with Martha Street Studio (Winnipeg, Manitoba).

Jaime Black’s work is informed by and emerges from the places where the social, cultural, political and personal intersect. She uses it as a tool for exploring, connecting and questioning our current and historical socio-political framework, and the ways in which we behave within that framework. She attempts to create a dialogue around various events and issues, through provocation or creating space for reflection. She is particularly interested in feminism and Aboriginal social justice, and the possibilities for articulating linkages between and around these movements.

Jaime Black is a Metis multidisciplinary artist based in Winnipeg. She has worked developing art curriculum for Urban Shaman: Contemporary Aboriginal Art and, most recently, she has been the Education and Outreach Coordinator for Martha Street Printmaking Studio and Gallery.

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25 May 2013 | All the versions of this article: ⟨English⟩ français

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