The tenth term of Artbeat Studio ran from August 2009 to January 2010. The group exhibition, entitled “Blackbird, Fly”, ran from January 22nd to 30th, 2010. The work of these artists will be featured in Artbeat Annual Vol. V, available for purchase in the fall of 2010.
The 5th Anniversary Exhibition “Blackbird, Fly” was a great success, running from January 22nd-30th. Thanks to all the artists, patrons, volunteers, alumni and visitors for contributing to the continued success of Artbeat Studio. Further information on the “Blackbird, Fly” can be found here. View the Photo Gallery here.
Artbeat Studio would like to thank Collège Jeanne Sauvé students and teacher Mandy Freynet for their generous donation to the Artbeat Studio Operating Fund. The donors visited the studio on Dec. 17. For more information on how you can support our unique initiative, click here.
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Artbeat Studio would like to extend thanks to Claude Davis, a member of Winnipeg Realtors for generous sponsorship of a new custom built kitchen and culinary studio. Mr. Davis is also a member of the Artbeat Studio Endowment Cabinet. The kitchen was installed in June 2009 in partnership with Conrad Davis and Riverwood Construction, Ted […]
Artbeat Studio hosted a successful open house on Thursday November 19, 2009. The ‘Cruise Ship’ themed party featured fantastic decorations created by the 444 Kennedy Arts Centre, music by the resident artist Daniel Clark and the Barthouse Band with guest Patrick Lussier, prizes, and refreshments. The event was open to all residents of 444 Kennedy, […]
Studio Facilitator Nigel Bart, Executive Director Lucille Bart, and alumni artist John Benningen were featured on CJOB 68’s ‘Richard Cloutier Reports’ on October 22, interviewed by Richard Cloutier and Marissa Harvey. Click here to listen.
Artbeat Studio presented an exhbition of alumni artists at the Manitoba Legislature in December, 2009. Works were displayed in the office of Minister Kerri Irvin-Ross, Minister of Housing and Community Development, Minister responsible for Neighbourhoods Alive!; Community Places; and co-operative development. Participating Artists Yuri Andrejowich Meagan Brown Kathleen Crosby Back to Outreach Exhibtions
Several Artbeat Studio resident and alumni artists particpated in the 10th Annual Art from the Heart Show and Sale, November 20-21, 2009. The show and sale was held at 430 Langside Street, Winnipeg. For more information about Art from the Heart, visit their website. Participating Artists James Adamson Janice Adamson Yuri Andrejowich Marcus Bauer John […]
Works by Meagan Brown Running from November 10 – December 5, 2009
Artbeat Studio presented a group exhbition of both resident and alumni artists at the 30th Annual Art Therapy Conference:“Canadian Mosaic: Art Therapy approaches from East to West” . The event was hosted by the Canadian Art Therapy Association, November 5-7, 2009. Artbeat Studio Endowment Cabinet member Tracey Bone, with Studio Facilitator Nigel Bart and Executive Director Lucille Bart, offered a presentation to […]
Several Artbeat Studio resident and alumni artists particpated in “Touched by Fire”, November 2009, which featured both gallery and online exhibtions. For more information about “Touched by Fire”, visit their website.
Studio Facilitator Nigel Bart, Executive Director Lucille Bart, and alumni artist John Benningen were featured on CJOB 68’s ‘Richard Cloutier Reports’ on October 22, 2009, interviewed by Richard Cloutier and Marissa Harvey. Click here to listen.
Artbeat Studio presented an exhibit of works by current and alumni artists. Artbeat Studio executive director Lucille Bart was presented with a Heroes of Mental Health Award by the Canadian Mental Health Association. Alumni artists Henry Peters and Laurie Green also recieved awards. Awards were presented at the 8th Annual Heroes of Mental Health Awards […]
In October 2009, Artbeat Studio presented an exhibition of alumni art at the 6th Annual ‘Expressions: Exploring Recovery Through Art’.