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Crit Crowd: For Adult Practicing Artists

Crit Crowd

Are you an artist in need of supportive feedback, wishing to invigorate your practice through lively discussion with peers? Join us in the RMG’s studio for a 2-hour group critique facilitated by a rotating roster of professionals in the field.

Whether early in your career or an established practising artist, Crit Crowd is an invaluable opportunity for professional development, a fresh perspective, and challenging yourself. All media welcome.

Join us on June 1, 2017 from 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Led by: Susan Campbell

Susan Campbell is an Ontario-based interdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of lens-based media, installation and intervention, and design. She obtained an MFA in Art, Media and Design from OCADU after extensive studies in design and digital media in Ireland. Her work frequently explores physical mapping practices as a means to interpret and reflect on the design dynamics found within the urban landscape, confronting issues brought about by the intensification of urban development. Her work prompts people think about and question the economic frameworks that underpin their built environment, particularly how such frameworks engender a visual culture that is predominantly techno-graphic in nature. Campbell has recently exhibited at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, Art Gallery of Mississauga, and Harbourfront Centre and XPACE Cultural Centre in Toronto. She was recently awarded 1st prize in The Nth Degree juried exhibition at the Foundry Art Centre in St. Charles, Missouri. Campbell currently teaches art and design at Durham College and OCADU.

Maximum of 3 artworks per participant
Registration required
Free for members/$5 Non-members

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