Curated and circulated by the Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
April 8 – May 20, 2022
Embodied Ecologies presents a retrospective survey of the compelling, poetic, political and hauntingly beautiful work of Saskatchewan artist, Marsha Kennedy. This exhibition explores the conceptual basis and evolution of Kennedy’s art practice through multiple bodies of work that engage in concepts pertaining to the body, motherhood, feminism, spirituality, nature, ecology, environmental sustainability, and colonial impacts on the land, spanning the course of Kennedy’s impressive and prolific four decade career. Kennedy’s work has consistently engaged in exploring the complex, interconnected relationships between humans and nature and the issues that ensue when this connection is broken and disregarded. While she has worked with various subject matter and media, with different modes of presentation, and conceptually addressed a range of social, political and environmental issues in her ever-evolving practice, essentially Kennedy has remained true to an overarching, thematic vision and belief in the embodiment of flesh, the intelligence of the natural world and the interconnectedness of all lifeforms.
This exhibition brings together works in printmaking, painting, mixed media, installation and sculpture to present a richly layered picture of the diversity and yet unifying conceptual threads of Kennedy’s practice, highlighting the contributions of her work towards contemporary painting and feminist and environmental art in Canada, as well as reflecting on her impact on the broader arts community. Having taught in the visual arts, first in Ontario and then at the University of Regina for two and a half decades, while also serving as a mentor to emerging artists, she has influenced generations of artists and has contributed a strong and unique voice within Canadian contemporary art.
Tracy Peters: Subconscious Terrain
June 9 – August 26, 2022
Tracy Peters is a Winnipeg-based multidisciplinary artist who uses video, photography and installation to examine the interactions between organic and human-built environments. In her site-responsive studio practice, she is deeply motivated by resilient behavior in ecosystems that enable their adaptation to human intervention. Peters has received grants from the Canada Council for the Arts, the Manitoba Arts Council and the Winnipeg Arts Council, and has attended residencies that include a partnership between Void Gallery and the Social Studios and Gallery in Derry, Northern Ireland, the ArtCenter/South Florida-MAWA artist exchange program in Miami, Florida, the Plug In ICA Summer Institute in Winnipeg, Manitoba, and The Banff Centre in Alberta, Canada. In 2018, she participated in the Independent Imaging Retreat (Film Farm) in Mount Forest, Ontario. Her work has exhibited across Canada, in Europe and Australia.
Ruth Langwieser: Plasticomania
June 9 – August 26, 2022
This body of work is the culmination of a year long artist in residence.
The gallery has two exhibition spaces (Gallery I and Gallery II). The EAGM provides professional technical services for selected projects. The EAGM pays fees to artists and curators in accordance with CARFAC standards. Submitted projects are assessed and recommended for program inclusion by the curator. Please note that unless requested, we do not notify artists when a proposal has been received, and it can take some time for a decision to be made. Artists are always notified as to whether their submission has been selected for exhibition. Please note that our schedule is currently full for the near future, although we are happy to receive proposals to keep on file for future consideration.
Statement of Intent or a Specific Project Description
10 to 20 digital images or video files* or Photographs
(on video tape, CDR, DVD, or memory stick – if applicable)
Image Identification Page (Title, Medium, Size, Year, etc.)
*For digital images submit only .jpg files in RGB format at a resolution of 72 dpi, with a maximum size of 1.5 MB and a maximum of 1024 x 768 pixels.
Please include a self-addressed stamped envelope if you are submitting via mail and would like to have your submission returned to you.
Please email your propsal to
or via mail to:
Estevan Art Gallery and Museum
118 – 4th Street
Gallery 2: 69 Running Feet (Ceiling Height: 117″). View floorplan
Project Space: 14 Running Feet (Ceiling Height: (96″). View Floorplan
* Galleries have 2′ x 2′ suspended ceilings.
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