We’re nearing the end of another academic year, and that means that we at The Continuist have something special to share with you! Please join us for the release of our 2017 perfect bound publication; it’s not to be missed. Made with the help of SIF and the Faculty of Arts, this publication holds the best of the best from this past year, and we couldn’t be more thrilled!
From 7-10pm we will be on the 3rd floor of the Arts and Letters Club (which is a wheelchair accessible venue). Drop in for some food (vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options available), drinks, music, embroidery, paintings, buttons, and of course, our zine! We will have copies of the perfect bound for sale as well as past issues from earlier this year. As always admission is FREE and we’d love to have you!
If you have any questions feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org – if you’re on Facebook RSVP to our event!
We are now accepting submissions for our annual perfect bound publication! There is no theme so send us all your lovely content: poetry, prose, visual art, mixed media, etc. If we can print it, we want it.
On February 3rd, 2017, Katzman Contemporary opened its doors to the Broadbent Sister’s most recent exhibition Nowhere, Now Here: The Fourth Technology of Magic.
Known for their performance pieces in their Clearing Spaces series, the Broadbent Sisters have returned to their meditative pen drawing practice for this next exhibition.
The exhibition combines their newest pen drawings and a video installation, along with wallpaper from their wall paper line (Available for purchase at the Drake General Store).
While you are there: try this neat trick (suggested by the artist).
Go to your phones settings -> General -> Accessibility -> Invert colours
With this slight change, you can witness the art in a new light. The Broadbent Sister’s work in the Nowhere, Now Here: The Fourth Technology of Magic exhibition features pieces predominantly in the colours blue and yellow. With the “inverted colours” you can see the artwork in its opposite form.
Check out this incredible exhibit before its over on march 1st!