How do we collect our memories? How do we read our thoughts? Is memory capable of prohibiting the human imagination, or can imagination exist within the thoughts that we collect in a lifetime? "Re: Collection" is an upcoming exhibition of student art at the University of Ottawa that explores the concepts of memory as a collection and the mind as a labyrinth of infinite possibilities.
This blog was created to spark a dialogue on the themes that will be explored in this show as well as to keep the community informed of upcoming events (including the show's Vernissage). We hope to continue to update the blog throughout the process of the show's installation and even after the show has finished to continue to artfully enrich the presence of art on campus.
Please direct all questions and comments to the curatorial team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Invitation to the Vernissage
The “Re: Collection” team would like to thank everyone who came out to the Vernissage tonight for all of your support. The turn out was fantastic and the show is FABULOUS. Thanks again, everyone!
We will be posting images from the Vernissage soon. Keep checking back for more updates. We hope to continue running this blog to continue to spark a dialogue on the works and artists in our show.
Also, we are in the midst of producing a catalogue to accompany the show. More details about that are coming soon!
Join us from 7-10pm tonight to celebrate the opening of the University of Ottawa’s new Epilogue Gallery and its inaugural exhibition, “Re: Collection”. The exhibition features the work of:
Drinks and food will be served.
You can find us on the sixth floor of the Morisset Library in the Graduate Reading Room.
We hope to see you there!
Only TWO more days until the opening of “Re: Collection” and the University of Ottawa’s new Epilogue Gallery!
Be in the Graduate Reading Room on the sixth floor of the Morisset Library on Friday from 7-10 to help us celebrate!
Only one more week until the opening of “Re: Collection” and Epilogue Gallery!
Stay tuned for more updates about the show and our artists and stop by the Graduate Reading Room on the 6th floor of the Morisset Library next Friday, December 16 at 7pm to see the final product!
Only two more weeks until the Vernissage of “Re: Collection” and the opening of Epilogue Gallery!
Keep checking back for more Artist Spotlights and updates about the show!