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Art for Lunch with Dunlop Art Gallery and Artist Bill Burns

Fri., Mar. 11, 2022 12:00 p.m. - Fri., Mar. 11, 2022 1:00 p.m.

Location: Zoom

Join the Department of Visual Arts for ART FOR LUNCH with Dunlop Art Gallery and Artist Bill Burns.

Dunlop Art Gallery curators Tomas Jonsson and Wendy Peart will present on exhibition programming and exciting community opportunities. Following this, Tomas Jonsson will host a live studio visit with Bill Burns. Bill Burn's exhibition The Salt, the Milk, the Donkey, the Honey, the Folk Singers will be on display from April 9 - June 26 at Dunlop Art Gallery, Sherwood Village Branch.

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Date ( Add to your Calendar)
Friday, March 11, 2022
12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.

How to Connect
Please register using the posted Eventbrite link. Please note, the Zoom link will be in the Additional Information section at the bottom of your confirmation email from Eventbrite.

Bill Burns' work about advanced industrialism, donkeys, goat's milk, salt, safety gear, and honey bees has been shown at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; the Museum of Modern Art, New York; KW Institute for Contemporary Art, Berlin; Mendes Wood Gallery, Sao Paulo; 303 Gallery, New York; the Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, and the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam. He has published artists' books with publishers in Canada, Germany, USA, UK, Austria, and Denmark. His most recent titles include A Book About the Power 100, published by Verlag Mark Pezinger, Vienna (2018) and Hans Ulrich Obrist Hear Us, published by YYZ BOOKS and Black Dog Publishing, London, UK (2016). His artists' editions are included in collections at Tate Britain, London, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Getty Center, Los Angeles. Burns is also Artistic Director of the Dogs and Boats and Airplanes Experimental Children's Choir. The choir has produced live performances and audio works at festivals in Australia, Argentina, the UK and Canada.

Tomas Jonsson is the Curator of Performance and Moving Images at the Dunlop Art Gallery and the Regina Public Library Film Theatre. Tomas is originally from Mohkinstsis (Calgary, Treaty 7 Territory). Before moving to Regina, he worked with a number of artist-run organizations and public institutions including the Calgary Public Library and the Public Art Program.

For over 10 years, Wendy Peart has worked at Dunlop Art Gallery as the Curator of Education and Community Outreach. She received her BFA and BA from the University of Regina and an MFA from University of Victoria. She is a practicing artist with interests in the environment and social conditioning.

Lindsey French