Kasia Sosnowski: SNEEK-E-PEEP’N

August 17, 2020 - January 31, 2021

Upcoming in the Project Space

We are excited to announce our upcoming Project Space exhibition, Kasia Sosnowski’s SNEEK-E-PEEP’N, featuring brand new work made during Sosnowski’s recent Winter 2020 residency at Medalta. Medalta is an innovative industrial museum, contemporary ceramic arts facility, art gallery, and community hub located in Medicine Hat, Alberta. www.medalta.org

Kasia Sosnowski is originally from Calgary – she moved to Lethbridge in 2007. She graduated with honours from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Art History & Museum Studies, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Art Studio in 2014. She moved to Banff in 2014 where she worked at The Banff Centre as a Preparatorial Practicum at the Walter Phillips Gallery. After completing her year-long practicum she participated in the Banff Centre’s Late Fall BAiR program where she began exploring ceramics. She recently completed a two month residency at Medalta in the Historic Clay District in Medicine Hat.

She has shown her work in Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, and Auckland – and is working towards upcoming shows in 2020/2021. She now lives and works in Lethbridge, Alberta where she maintains her art practice.

  • Kasia Sosnowski

    Kasia Sosnowski is originally from Calgary – she moved to Lethbridge in 2007. She graduated with honours from the University of Lethbridge with a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Art History & Museum Studies, and a Bachelor of Fine Arts: Art Studio in 2014. She moved to Banff in 2014 where she worked at The Banff Centre as a Preparatorial Practicum at the Walter Phillips Gallery. After completing her year-long practicum she participated in the Banff Centre’s Late Fall BAiR program where she began exploring ceramics. She recently completed a two month residency at Medalta in the Historic Clay District in Medicine Hat.

    She has shown her work in Calgary, Lethbridge, Edmonton, and Auckland – and is working towards upcoming shows in 2020/2021. She now lives and works in Lethbridge, Alberta where she maintains her art practice.