Who’s at the Party, a solo exhibition by Alice Crawford
August 6 at8:00 pm - 11:00 pmFree
AANM is proud to present “Who’s at the Party” a solo exhibition by Alice Crawford. The exhibition will be available to view after August 6, 2021 on our website: aanm.ca/online-exhibitions
Join AANM and Alice Crawford for a social distanced, outdoor opening reception of “Who’s at the Party”. The reception will take place at 329 Cumberland Ave. in the East parking lot. We will be projecting the artwork onto the side of our building in large format. Free snacks and drinks! Accessible location! ASL interpretation provided! All health orders will be followed including social distancing and sanitation procedures. Masks are strongly encouraged!
“Who’s at the Party” is a representation of Alice Crawford’s understanding of the people around her, from the bits of information she gleans from a noisy party environment. She often catches incomplete bits in introductions and snatches of conversations that colours her view of the personalities there.
Crawford’s love of nature comes from living along the Ottawa River in northern Ontario and the Assiniboine River in Winnipeg, both teeming with wildlife camouflaged in the background. She is also concerned about the disrespect that some of the population exhibits for our natural environment. With that on the forefront of her mind, Crawford’s figurines are all made from reused materials or found objects from her home.
To learn more contact Jenel Shaw at email@example.com to 204-336-2633
Background colour of the poster is a light pink. At the top of the poster, in small blue font is “A Solo Exhibition by Alice Crawford”. In the center of the poster, below, is a red circle with a blue circle around it. In the blue outer ring, is larger text in dark pink, which says “Who’s at the Party?”. In the middle of the circles is an image of a doll sculpture. The doll has white skin, blue eyes, blond/brown hair and a long tan scarf. She is wearing a long black dress. The doll is holding a flower that is created by twisting reddish coated aluminum wire.
Below the doll in a vertical green line that is separating small, blue text. The text on the left says “Opening reception: 06.08.2021 | 8-11 PM 329 Cumberland Ave East Parking Lot”. The text on the right says “Exhibition available Aug 6, 2021 online at aanm.ca/online-exhibitions” Bellow is the AANM logo and large black text that says “AANM presents”.
Online Exhibition opens August 6, 2021
Opening reception August 6, 2021 8pm-11pm