SNAP Line Winter 2015
- The winter SNAPline issue closes 2015 with a look at collectors, collecting and collections. In this issue, Elizabeth Joseph speaks passionately about the artwork she’s collected and reluctantly missed out on; Michelle Schultz discusses what it takes to be an art collector; and both offer tips to budding collectors who want to take the leap into art collecting. Dana Holst displays her unique collection of antiques in this issue’s Photo Essay; Jeff Papineau exposes the unique collection of Artist Books at the University of Alberta’s Bruce Peel Special Collections & Archives. Leanne Olson is the SNAP Line Winter 2015 Newsletter Artist; her limited edition print, Where a Lake Once Was, was the inaugural project of SNAP’s new Digital Lab, which SNAP is pleased to announce as an exciting new resource to artists in SNAP’s Printshop.
- SNAP investigates art and activism in this Fall 2015 issue of SNAPLine with articles from various backgrounds and insights. Feature articles include a reflection from Dawn Marie Marchand and her experience exhibiting work outside of Edmonton’s art circles; Ana Ruiz writes about Tatlin’s Whisper #6 and #7, a performance piece from Tania Bruguera which tests free speech in Cuba; along with articles from Mike Hudema and the third installment of a serialized novella by Zach Polis. Susanna Barlow is this issues’ Newsletter Print Artist and has created a beautiful print to accompany the issue.
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