This Friday, January 13th, help celebrate the opening of The 4th Carleton Community Art Exhibition at Carleton University Art Gallery! From January 13 to 22 in Ottawa, I will be showcasing two photographs from my Bugaboo Spire Centennial Climb Project photo series that is currently on exhibit at the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff, Alberta as part of the Hobnails and Hemp Rope documentary project.
The Carleton Community Art Show is a biannual exhibition. After graduating from Carleton's Sprott School of Business MBA Program in 2009, I have dedicated significant time and effort to developing my second career as an event and expedition photographer. Interestingly enough, after my graduation, the biannual Carleton exhibition has become one of the highlights of my Carleton University journey and I have proudly participated in its every installment to date!
Growing bigger and more diverse every time, the most recent edition of the exhibition included approximately 250 works of art from 150 artists, all of who are either students, staff, alumni or professors at Carleton University. Join the Carleton community for the opening of the exhibition this Friday, January 13, from 12 noon to 1 PM where Carleton University's President Dr. Roseann O'Reilly Runte will officially open the exhibition to public. This year Carleton University celebrates its 75th anniversary, while the Carleton University Art Gallery turns 25! Don't miss this exciting celebration of art in the heart of Canada's capital on our nation's 150th anniversary year!