Collection Count + Care 2.0 with Weather Collection

Collection Count + Care seeks relationships within and conversations across the collection. What stories does the collection tell? / Prise en compte, prise à cœur cherche à tisser des liens et des dialogues entre les œuvres de la collection. Quelles histoires la collection raconte-t-elle?



Collection Count + Care partners with Weather Collection, artist Lisa Hirmer and independent curator Laura Ritchie. Weather Collection is a cross-Canada partnership between the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery, Lethbridge; Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery, Halifax; the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Fredericton; the Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Queens University, Kingston; and the Yukon Arts Centre, Whitehorse. The project is primarily funded by a Digital Now grant from the Canada Council for the Arts. /

Prise en compte, prise à cœur s’associe à The Weather Collection Project, à l’artiste Lisa Hirmer et à la commissaire indépendante Laura Ritchie. Weather Collection est un partenariat pancanadien regroupant la University of Lethbridge Art Gallery (Lethbridge), la Mount Saint Vincent University Art Gallery (Halifax), la Beaverbrook Art Gallery (Fredericton), le Musée d’art Agnes Etherington à l’Université Queens (Kingston) et le Yukon Arts Center (Whitehorse). Le projet est principalement financé par le programme Présent numérique du Conseil des arts du Canada.

Speakers / Présentatrice

Lisa Hirmer, Artist / artiste
Laura Ritchie, Independent Curator / commissaire indépendante

Works / Œuvres

John Martin, Heaven – the Rivers of Bliss / Ciel – les rivières de la félicité, 1824, mezzotint / mezzotinte. From / Tiré de The Paradise Lost of Milton, 1827

Florence Helena McGillivray, Fog: Cleaning Herrings, Whitby, England / Brouillard : le nettoyage des harengs, Whitby, England, 1919, watercolour on paper / aquarelle sur papier

J. E. H. MacDonald, Wild Ducks / Canards sauvages, 1917, oil on pressed board / huile sur panneau pressé

Collection Count + Care videos are available on Digital Agnes, Vimeo and YouTube. Funded by the Museums Assistance Program, Digital Access to Heritage grant.
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