Since October 2012, Rachel Duckhouse has been working as an artist in residence through The City of Calgary’s Watershed+ program; this has allowed her to work closely with City’s Water Resources’ Water Services’ and Parks’ staff, sharing research, data and knowledge.
The resulting works freeze the movement of water in time and space; her drawings are studies of the way particles move through landscape, eliciting questions around the architecture of our watershed.
DATE: Thursday, October 24
TIME: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Kasian Gallery, Room 2145 - Professional Faculties Building A, University of Calgary
To hear more about Rachel’s work click here.
Rachel’s residency is supported by The City of Calgary’s Public Art Program, The City of Calgary’s Utilities and Environmental Protection Department, The City of Calgary’s Parks Department and has been hosted by Ralph Klein Park and Telus Spark.
You can visit the BOW FLOW Exhibition on display in the EVDS Kasian Gallery, October 7-25, 2013. Gallery hours are 8:30-4:30 pm, Monday through Friday.