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October Webinar: Residences

The deadline for this opportunity has passed.

Covering what to look for in a residency, what makes a good residency, and how a residency can change your art career, join CARFAC Alberta for this upcoming webinar.

Date: October 21, 2020
Time: The webinar runs from 6:30 until 8:00pm MDT/CST

For more information and to register, visit

All sessions are free for CARFAC Alberta and CARFAC Saskatchewan members. Non-members pay $25 per ticket by following the Buy Ticket Eventbrite link in each session description.

After presentation(s) run for the first 60 minutes, there will be a 30-minute discussion based on the questions that you & other attendees submit for the presenter(s) to answer

Barbara Meneley

Barbara Meneley is a prairie-based intermedia artist whose site-responsive work engages with the foundations of society and culture; colonial structures and contemporary settler relationships to site. Barbara has presented, exhibited, performed, and screened her work widely, including Modern Fuel Gallery, Dunlop Art Gallery, Glenbow Museum Theatre, and Remai Modern. Barbara’s artwork and writing have been featured in Public, Fuse Magazine, Canadian Art Review, and Lalit Kala Contemporary. Barbara holds a PhD in Cultural Studies from Queen’s University and an MFA in Intermedia from the University of Regina.

Paddy Lamb

Paddy Lamb considers himself to be a Canadian, Irish, Ulster-Scots, Quaker, Huguenot, Celtic, Proto-Indo-European citizen of the world. Born in Armagh, Northern Ireland, he studied Modern History at Trinity College, Dublin, and Physical Education and History as a post-graduate at the University of Alberta. He moved to Canada in 1985 and subsequently worked as a historian and archivist before devoting himself to a full-time career as a visual artist. His work is strongly influenced by history, memory, and social culture, offering a personal narrative concerning human migration and attachment to the land.

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