Did you know that new articles from Visual Arts News, as well as exclusive web content like podcasts and blogs, are regularly posted to the Visual Arts News website? Even if you’re a subscriber (or a VANS member with a subscription) you can find new thoughtful pieces there. Read the latest, an article about The NSCAD Venice Connection by Graeme McKinnon-Nestman, posted on the Visual Arts News website on July 27.
McKinnon-Nestman writes that “there’s a sizable Nova Scotian connection this year at the 57th Biennale di Venezia—and still time to check it out as the Biennale doesn’t wrap up until November 26. You’ll find a collection of artists this year with distinct NSCAD University ties. Sharing this Halifax connection are: Teresa Hubbard/Alexander Birchler at the Swiss Pavilion, Lani Maestro at the Philippine Pavilion, Lou Sheppard at the Antarctic Pavilion, and Bruce Barber at the European Cultural Centre’s show Personal Structures: Open Borders.” Read the rest of the article here.