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Fish Griwkowsky

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Fish Griwkowsky is a prize-winning filmmaker, stereoscopic photographer, weekly-published cartoonist and award-winning journalist for his work at the Edmonton Journal. He recently co-commissioned a six-storey Okuda San Miguel mural in Edmonton, and is Lego-ing together two films: Soothsayer and Two Snakes Coming Together Like So. His collaborations with director Trevor Anderson have taken him to Sundance, SXSW, the Dawson City film festival and the Pacific Meridian film festival in Vladivostok — and he has shot music videos for Corb Lund, Slates and Lad Mags. His photography has appeared at the Art Gallery of Alberta and in print publications around the world, including Queer Threads: Crafting Identity and Community.

Spanish artist Okuda San Miguel was commissioned for this large-scale public artwork after Edmonton's Michael Maxxis and Fish Griwkowsky raised more than $120,000 for the project. more

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A compelling little whirl of a show considers changing conceptions of gender and sexual identity. Now on view in Edmonton, it will tour schools and libraries across the province. more

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Wei Li’s colourful and complicated paintings are impressionistic abstracts, full of motion and confident brush marks. more

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"Cutline: From the Photography Archives of the Globe and Mail" is a dog-eared shrine to the waning physicality of photographs as objects. more

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While Clay Ellis often titles his sculptural paintings after personal encounters with the ranchland of his youth in Medicine Hat, AB, a central irony is that they actually look nothing like nature. Oddly, his art reminds one of art itself. more

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“Daisy, Daisy….”

Photo credit: Karli Kendall.

Exploring the concept of manhood, 57-year-old textile artist Matt Gould did a direct and clever thing: he asked other men in central Alberta what they thought made a man. more

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