The Cannery Art Centre
Will be displaying this artist for the full month of May
Gallery hours: 11am-5pm Monday-Friday
…::Jeanetta Dunn’s Liquid Transition Series::
Throughout the 2008-2009 year Jeanetta explored the concepts surrounding relationships with the element of water, using photography. The images created after researching this topic deal with three fundamental elements: water, body, and time. Creation of this work was understanding her personal connection to water, the sensation and energy of it against the body, and analyzing the way individuals react to it.
Using the camera as a tool, Jeanetta capture’s the majestic and spiritual connections of water and body-frozen in a moment. This emulates the energy water contains and the power it has over the humanrace and our time on earth.
Jeanetta studied at OCAD University in Toronto and received her BFA in photography. She is attending Trent University currently working towards her teacher degree.
featuring a performance by:
:: deadhorse ::
in a rare unplugged setting
Deadhorse combines an assortment of friends, lovers and perfect strangers into an explosive psych-rock sextet. Their self-titled debut, produced by analogue magician Jay Crocker (Ghostkeeper, No More Shapes), was released in January 2011 via Calgary’s Saved By Radio label. Along with recent additions Melissa McWilliams and fellow SBR psych-popper Ryan Bourne, founding band members Danny Vescarelli, Jennifer Crighton, Eddie Dalrymple and Marie Sulkowski will embark on a cross-Canada tour this spring.
First launching off into a world of Nuggets-inspired garage rock, heavy roots music and harmonically mind-warping jams beginning early in 2009, Deadhorse has since touched down to remind you of one thing – if you’ve got nothing to flog then you’ve got nothing.
“these guys did their rock ’n’ roll homework” — NOW Magazine
“Deadhorse is further proof the prairies are taking over.” — Exclaim!
reception 7 – 10 p.m.
performance 10:30 p.m.
$10 or pwyc