Art NOW Series presents Alana Bartol

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Art NOW presents Alana Bartol in collaboration with University of Lethbridge Art Gallery
12 pm | January 20, 2021
uLethbridge Online Presentation

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Processes of Remediation: art, relationships, nature
Join us for the first Art NOW lecture of 2021! Artist Alana Bartol shares research and artworks from her multi-part project with University of Lethbridge Art Gallery exploring the past, present, and future of coal mining in the Crowsnest Pass, Alberta. Processes of Remediation: art, relationships, nature runs January 21 - August 26, 2021 at uLethbridge's Hess Gallery. 

Learn about Bartol’s work and the exhibition installation at Art NOW, then join Bartol and curator Dr. Josephine Mills online Thursday, January 21 at 7pm for a conversation from inside the exhibition. More information about the online exhibition opening here.

Alana Bartol comes from a long line of water witches. Her site-responsive works explore divination as a way to question consumption-driven relationships to land, water, and what are known as 'natural resources'. Through her work, she creates relationships between the personal sphere and the landscape, particular to this time of ecological crisis. A multidisciplinary artist with a BFA from the University of Windsor and an MFA in Sculpture from Detroit’s Wayne State University, her work has been presented in festivals and galleries nationally and internationally. In 2019, she was longlisted for the Sobey Art Award representing Prairies and North. Of Scottish, German, English, French, Irish, and Danish ancestry, Bartol is a settler Canadian currently living and working in Treaty 7 territory in Mohkínstsis (Calgary), Alberta where she teaches at Alberta University of the Arts.

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Image of Artist at Work, Grassy Mountain Road, Rubbing #1, 2020. Charcoal on vellum, 73.66 x 45.72 cm. Photo: Courtesy the artist.

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uLethbridge Online Presentation

Art NOW wishes to thank the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery for their collaboration on this presentation.

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