Join us on Thursday, February 13th from 5 - 7pm for the opening of ‘Mirrors’ the 32nd Annual Media Art Scholarship Exhibition.
This year’s exhibition includes works by Karli Slauenwhite, Bernadette Hamilton-Reid, Rani, Jassim MB, Kelly Li and Kaashif Ghanie.
Since September, the media art scholars have been working one-on-one with a mentor to create their works through a series of group critiques and workshops. Dealing with themes of identity, community and intimacy these works are some of the most raw and intimate stories seen in the programs history.
Huge thank you to the Anna Leonowens team for supplying us with the Port Loggia Gallery and for the support they give us year round. This program would not be possible without the support of the RBC Emerging Artists Project and the Craig Foundation.
Port Loggia Gallery
1107 Marginal Rd, Halifax
Opening: Thursday, February 13th from 5 - 7pm
Exhibition Open: February 14th – 27th
Tuesday – Saturday Noon – 5pm
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