THE Gynocratic Art Gallery
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Features & Visual Arts exhibitions
August 2018 – Sheryl Crowley
April 2018 – Elaine Stewart ‘Exposed’
March 2018 – Natalie Sappier/Samaqani Cocahq Q&A
Feb. 2018 – Liquids, Creams & Gels
Our Birthday pledge
August 2017 – Tanya Doody
July 2017- Wendy Sinclair
June 2017 Glogewjiwinu
May 2017 – Morgan Sea
April 2017 – Dale Roberts
March 2017 – Jess Dobkin
February 2017 – Women’s March
Jan 2017- Shannon Scanlan
Dec 2016 – Tara Francis
Nov 2016 – Liz Pead
Oct 2016 – Karin Sandberg
Sept 2016 – Anne J Steves
Aug 2016 – The Pull of the Needle: Diana Weymar and the Landscape of Cloth
June 2016- Allison Green
May 2016- Claire Ellen Paquet
Apr 2016- The ceremony of Walking With Our Sisters
CAFETERIA -A little ‘taste’ of what went on!
Nov/Dec 2015 – ‘Consciousness of Painting’ by Vancouver based multimedia artist Carolyn Stockbridge.
Oct 2015 – Kate Just, ‘Feminist Fan’
(Feature) Writers Gallery
Speaking out: Speaking back to Ageism
The Stain of Femaffect on Fiber in Art
May 2017 – Reid Lodge
Mar 2016 – Meg Irving
Nov/Dec 2015 – BEAUTY BEAST, book of poems by Carolyn Stockbridge
Oct – AJ Ripley, ‘Week 14’
A reblog: ‘Princes’
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@Canada Council for the Arts in Ottawa. Totally blown away by the Persimmon Blackbridge show Constructed Identities! ❤️❤️❤️#ConstructedIdentities
Nation Art Gallery, Ottawa
Nadia Myre’s work at the National Gallery. #ottawa
Canadian Museum of History #ottawa
The Gay Sweater, 2015 #canadianmuseumofhistory
The Gay Sweater, 2015 @CanadianMuseumofHistory
ArtsLink NB representative Sarah Jones talking about their ‘Catapult’ initiative. #artslinknb #vision2025
Sarah Jones of ArtsLink NB, at VISIONS 2025 with the Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation.
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