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McIntosh Gallery & Art Now! Presents: Hunter Gatherer Panel Discussion
McIntosh Gallery & Art Now! Presents: Hunter Gatherer Panel Discussion

Thursday, November 17 at 7PM

Join us for a virtual panel discussion featuring artists Nicholas Crombach, Emily Jan, Philippa Jones and Meryl McMaster, currently featured in McIntosh Gallery's group exhibition Hunter Gatherer. Moderated by exhibition curator Dr. Helen Gregory, panelists will discuss their work in relation to the issues addressed in this exhibition as well as within the context of their broader studio practices.

Nov 17, 2022 07:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Nicholas Crombach
Nicholas Crombach (BFA, 2012) currently works in Kingston, Ontario. He has been awarded the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Award and is the recipient of grants from the Toronto Arts Council, The Ontario Arts Council, and Canada Council for the Arts.
Emily Jan
Emily Jan is a Chinese-American artist and writer currently based in Edmonton, AB. Her biophilic sculptures and installations combine the found with the fabricated to evoke the faraway and the fantastical. As a wanderer, naturalist, and collector of objects and stories, she is guided in her work by the spirit of exploration, kinship, and curiosity.
Philippa Jones
Philippa Jones has been living and practicing in St. John’s, Newfoundland since immigrating from the United Kingdom over a decade ago. She is a mother, visual artist and Executive Director of Eastern Edge Gallery. Central to Jones’ work is the exploration of constructed realities, our relationship to mortality and time, active myth making, wonder and the inquisitive mind. Jones completed a BFA and an MFA at Falmouth University (UK).
Meryl McMaster
Meryl McMaster is a Canadian artist with nêhiyaw (Plains Cree), British and Dutch ancestry. She earned her BFA in Photography from the Ontario College of Art and Design University (2010) and is currently based in Québec, Canada. Known for her large-format self-portraits that have a distinct performative quality, she explores questions of self through land, lineage, history, and culture, with specific reference to her mixed nêhiyaw (Plains Cree), British and Dutch ancestry.
Helen Gregory
Helen Gregory (BFA, MPhil, PhD) is Curator of McIntosh Gallery at Western University. London, Ontario. She holds a B.F.A. in Studio and Art History from Concordia. Her research interests reside at the intersection of art, science, and museology with a specific focus on natural history and biotechnology in contemporary art. Gregory’s work as a visual artist is held in several significant public collections, including the Rooms Provincial Art Gallery, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the National Gallery of Canada, and the Victoria and Albert Museum.