Sets and Sensibility: The collecting practice of Celia Perrin Sidarous

Celia Perrin Sidarous’ work and practice is featured in the winter 2016 issue of Canadian Art magazine in an article by Simon Lewsen.

» Canadian Art

Akimblog Review of Mia Feuer, Kevin Schmidt, & Guido van der Werve

Sarah Todd reviews Esker’s summer exhibitions and makes note of the disturbing changes happening at ACAD’s Illingworth Kerr Gallery.

» Akimbo

Corrine Thiessen’s Collapsing Trees Mount a Warning

Maeve Hanna reviews Corinne Thiessen’s Project Space installation, Chronic, for Canadian Art.

» Canadian Art

Esker Foundation hot doggin’ it with new exhibition

The existential debate at the heart of 1965’s Oscar Mayer wiener jingle was this: Is it better to be a hot dog because then everyone would be in love with you, or not to be a hot dog because you’d surely be devoured in short order? Fifty years later, a Calgary artist has come up with a beautiful middle-ground solution: if you are a hot dog, everything’s going to be alright—as long as you can escape the usual fate and find your way to a tiny convalescence bed in Inglewood.

» Swerve

Epic art exhibition Oh, Canada is a gripping experience

Beatroute profiles Oh, Canada in their latest issue.

» Beatroute

5 family-friendly things to do this weekend in Calgary

The Calgary Herald lists Hannah Doerksen’s Lost and Found workshop as a top weekend activity in Calgary.

» Calgary Herald

Oh, Canada shown at its best in Calgary

Douglas Maclean chronicles his experience with Oh, Canada on opening night.

» Galleries West

The making of a nation: Massive survey of contemporary Canadian art comes to Calgary

FFWD’s Karen Quinn profiles the massive multi-venue exhibition Oh, Canada at Esker Foundation, Glenbow, Illingworth Kerr Gallery, and Nickel Galleries.

» FFWD Weekly

A Canadian way to divvy up a Canadian exhibition

Marsha Lederman speaks to Esker director/curator Naomi Potter and writes about what the collaborative multi-venue exhibition Oh, Canada might mean for Calgary.

» The Globe and Mail

Must-Sees This Week: January 29 to February 4, 2015

Canadian Art lists Oh, Canada YYC as a must-see event!

» Canadian Art