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Newsletter - November 2014

 

Exhibition In Print



Entries have now closed for the MAGC 2014
Exhibition in Print, "Conceal/Reveal"

 
By midnight on Friday, 31 October, we had received entries from MAGC members across the country from British Columbia to Newfoundland, and from as far afield as Las Cruces, New Mexico!

Entrants have explored a broad range of genres, from jewellery to sculpture to installation work. The work submitted is intricate and adventurous, often combining multiple techniques such as mokume-gane, enamelling, fabrication and casting. Entrants have combined both traditional fine metals and gemstones, as well as found and re-purposed objects and materials. 
 
All submissions are now in the hands of  exhibition curator Ken Vickerson, Chair of Material Arts and Design at OCAD University. The quality of submissions is very high, and he has his work cut out for him!
 
The works curated by Ken will form the 2014 MAGC Exhibition in Print, Conceal/Reveal, and will be showcased in the December 2014 issue of MAGazine and on the MAGC website. 
 
Congratulations to this year's entrants – you have done us, and yourselves, very proud!
Stay tuned for more exciting updates!

- Cheers -
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Newsletter - November 2014

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