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Art NOW: Robin Peck

February 25, 12:00pm - 01:00pm
Join us on Friday, March 1 for Art NOW with Robin Peck. 
Robin Peck is a sculptor and writer on sculpture. He was born in Alberta, Canada in 1950. He received an MFA from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design and has taught at various schools including NSCAD and ECCAD in Vancouver, British Columbia. Recent solo exhibitions include, Canada, NYC (2015), Diaz Contemporary, Toronto (2010) and CAG, Vancouver (2007). Group exhibitions include Around Flat, Knockdown Center, New York City (2016), I Am Not An Answer, Cooper-Cole Gallery, Toronto (2016), Enacting Abstraction, Vancouver Art Gallery (2009), Free Soil, Canada, NYC (2011) and Material World, AGNS (2012). Robin Peck is a Full Professor at Saint Thomas University in Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada.
“Sculpture is not only a visual art, but an art of materials, weights and measures. Beneath the final surface of each crania sculpture, there are various circumferential layers of formed materials. This may be sensed through the subtle variations in the final form, surface colouration and weight.”  Robin Peck, 2018
The SAAG is proud to be a partner of the University of Lethbridge’s Art NOW lecture series. Encompassing presentations by artists, curators, art historians, filmmakers, and gallerists, Art NOW is one of the largest and longest running programs in the country, having hosted more than 700 presenters over more than three decades.
Supported by the Canada Council and the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the course offers presentations by artists, art historians, curators, theorists and critics. Up to three different speakers per week, representing a wide range of contemporary practices, discuss their art, ideas, working methods, and issues in the visual arts. With about 30 speakers per semester, Art NOW is an amazing resource for anyone interested in contemporary art. Best of all, the lectures are open to the public - everyone is welcome!
The SAAG contributes to the diverse spectrum of presenters by recommending our roster of contemporary practicing artists as guests.

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