Anna Templeton Centre Inaugural Student Exhibition

A juried exhibition of student works at
The Rogue Gallery @ Eastern Edge
May 7 – 21, 2016

 

What does it mean to make a mark? This exhibition explores the many ways mark-making can manifest: by needle or friction, through stone or thread, cursor or paintbrush. The means of creating line and form vary from hand to hand, and encourage us to engage with each on its own terms, materially and emotionally. Join us in celebrating the remarkable and varied talents of our community in this inaugural exhibition of work by students of the Anna Templeton Centre for Craft, Art & Design.

 

Elegant vinyl on our exhibition title wall

Elegant vinyl on our exhibition title wall

 

To Make a Mark exhibition in the Rogue Gallery, Eastern Edge

To Make a Mark exhibition in the Rogue Gallery, Eastern Edge

 

Works by Tracy Nixon (left) and Phoebe Carpenter (right)

Works by Tracy Nixon (left) and Phoebe Carpenter (right)