Lou Sheppard

Lou Sheppard works in interdisciplinary audio, performance and installation based practice. His work is often responsive, investigating the material and discursive contexts of a site and their affect on bodies and environments. His research is often evidenced through graphic notations, scripts and scores which are then performed in collaboration with other artists and in community… Continue reading Lou Sheppard

Beau Wagner

Beau Wagner

Beau Wagner is an artist and woodworker who began carving as a young child. He lived for five years with a teacher from Sztuminus, who every day provided him with Snawayalth and knowledge of our connections to wood and the wilderness. This carving teacher, who cannot be named during the period of mourning, as is… Continue reading Beau Wagner

Miriam Fabijan

Miriam Fabijan

We are an integral part of nature’s delicate and beautiful balance. Through several of my drawing series I have sought to represent that balance, between the landscape and myself. This includes the disruption of that balance and its effect. These series were called “LAND_BODY”, “When Water Falls” and “-by length and by depth- “. As… Continue reading Miriam Fabijan

Joyce Majiski

Song of the Whale - Joyce Majiski

Joyce’s work examines connection to place/north and the natural world.  Past careers as a biologist and wilderness adventure guide in the Yukon Territory, Canada have augmented and contributed to her artistic practice and taken her to remote wild spaces in the north and elsewhere. She is a keen observer and collector of objects, fascinated by… Continue reading Joyce Majiski

François Michaud

François Michaud combines sculpture, painting and installation to create artworks that focus on environmental issus arising from man’s interaction with nature. In his works, the animal is a caricature of our emotions, aspirations and ambitions, he becomes an iconic and anthropomorphic allegory of who we are, and the manufactured objects (chair, boat, etc) symbolically represent… Continue reading François Michaud

Yolanda Weeks

Yolanda Weeks

Yo is an installation artist, community arts facilitator, and art director out of Montréal/Tiohtià:ke. Rooted in land and fiber arts, she forages, sources and needle felts natural materials into large scale creations. Yo’s Nomadic Nest installation and performance series contemplates constructs and concepts of home, territory, security, migration, and movement. The act of cocooning herself… Continue reading Yolanda Weeks

Kelly Andres

Kelly Andres

Kelly Andres is a research based artist of settler origin. She has produced installations, performances and sensorial experiences that blend cosmologies and ecologies. Andres recently completed a practice based Ph.D in Fine Arts at Concordia University, Montréal, titled Radicle Assemblages (2020). Her current research intertwines ecological art practices, plant studies, performative placemaking, co-creative community/urban planning,… Continue reading Kelly Andres

Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts

The Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts opened its doors on July 1st 2016. This is Jaspers’ first dedicated community space for exploring the arts, any of its disciplines, and for all ages. A place to share expertise, experience something new or be entertained. The space was designed, from its inception, to be one that… Continue reading Jasper Community Habitat for the Arts

Ilka Bauer

Ilka Bauer

I am a biologist turned artist with a life-long interest in climate change and environmental issues. My current body of work, Dissonance, uses paper sculpture and large-scale panels in acrylic ink to explore different aspects of the climate and biodiversity crises. As originally conceived, “Dissonance” refers to translation gaps: disconnects between intent and outcome in… Continue reading Ilka Bauer

Marie LeBlanc

Marie LeBlanc Mortality

Marie LeBlanc is a self-taught multidisciplinary artist. Originally from Northern Manitoba, she lived in Winnipeg before recently relocating to Alberta. Living with Environmental Illness means that for LeBlanc, the toxicities of indoor housing have become intolerable due to Multiple Chemical Sensitivity (MCS), Electromagnetic Hypersensitivity and Toxic Mold Exposure. To ease her symptoms, she travels to… Continue reading Marie LeBlanc