The summer 2006 raku firing included both resident and alumni artists, as well as Artbeat staff and volunteers. It was held in Carman, Manitoba. photos
New program empowers artists living with mental illness to access their creativity Lorne Roberts. Winnipeg Free Press. Thursday January 26, 2006. Click here to view the article (PDF)
The second term of Artbeat Studio ran from August 2005 to January 2006. The group exhibition, entitled “Night Light: Keep the Monsters Away”, ran from January 20th to 27th, 2006. The work of these artists is featured in Illumination: Artbeat Annual Vol. I, now available for purchase.
Jian Ghomeshi, of CBC radio interviews Nigel Bart, Studio Facilitator in January of 2006. Click here to listen.
1st Biannual Group Exhibition July 15th to 23rd, 2005
A Channel News features Artbeat Studio Grand Opening, 2005.
CBC News features Artbeat Studio Grand Opening, 2005.
Shaw TV features Artbeat Studio, 2005.
Prior to the opening of Artbeat Studio in 2005, several outreach exhibitions were held to raise awareness and funds. An exhibition was held at the Manitoba Schizophrenia Society’s ‘The Journey of Hope Walk for Schizophrenia’, held Saturday, Sept. 18, 2004 at Assiniboine Park. Participating Artists James Adamson Yuri Andrejowich Ron Arnason Nigel Bart Lynne DeMarcke […]