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

Gil Tucker: Van Lift

Thu, Jan 22: Some Calgarians were also busy coming up with a creative solution to a challenging problem. As Gil Tucker shows us, they’re going to great heights to help celebrate Canada.

» Global News Calgary

Oh Canada! Oh Mini Van!

What happens when a mini van that has been turned into a unique art installation doesn’t fit in your freight elevator? This van, part of Optic Nerve by Canadian Artist Kim Adams, was lifted by crane to the fourth floor of the Esker Foundation in Inglewood. The piece is part of Oh, Canada a huge multi-venue art show.

» Calgary Herald