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Muldownie and Friends, Medicine Hat Alberta

From left to right: Muldownie, Newton, Ramsay

The exact location of this picture isn't stated, but the town of Medicine Hat, Alberta, fits the bill. Brooks, Bassano, Calgary and Banff are all towns further west along the railway, and the distances are correct (Banff, Scotland was something of a red herring here).

Many thanks to Patricia Foster, Charles Muldownie's step daughter, for sending us this collection of photographs.


Obituaries

Mrs. Barbara Maffenbeier (Laturnus) passed away peacefully at the Good Samaritan Continuing Care Centre on Tuesday, April 27, 2010, at the age of 102 years. Barbara was born on June 16, 1907, in the…

Malcolm Munroe

Mr. Malcolm Munroe, beloved husband of Mrs. Alice Munroe, passed away peacefully at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital on Sunday, April 25, 2010, at the age of 86 years. Malcolm's memory will be…

Lois Mast

“Absent from the body, present with the Lord.”

Lois Marguerite Mast passed into the presence of her Lord on Friday, March 19, 2010, at the age of 88 years. She…

Sharlene McGarry

Sharlene McGarry of Medicine Hat passed away at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital on Wednesday, March 17, 2010, at the age of 64 years. She leaves to cherish her memory two daughters, Rhonda (Rob)…

John Macphail

Mr. John Robert MacPhail passed away peacefully at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital on Friday, January 22, 2010 at 50 years of age. John's memory will be silently remembered by family and friends.

Barbara Marchand

Mrs. Barbara Olive Marchand, beloved wife of the late Mr. Raymond Marchand formerly of Shaunavon, passed away peacefully at the Medicine Hat Regional Hospital on Tuesday, December 22, 2009, at the age…


Medicine Hat Real Estate

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Medicine Hat Housing Market

Medicine Hat housing market real estate statistics: Updated June 22nd 9:00am with 290 active Medicine Hat real estate homes for sale. Medicine Hat real estate homes a residential neighbourhood in Medicine Hat the highest priced listings $1,899,000.00 lowest priced property $24000 for an average price $318,602.53. Medicine Hat community property types include new single family detached homes, semi-detached, attached, townhomes plus new Medicine Hat real estate information.


Our Promise

I just want to say thank you so much. You guys have a good service. My car is already here in Medicine Hat. It was a pleasure doing business with you.

I wanted to let you know that the two gentlemen who you sent to move us were very professional and friendly and it was a very positive experience.

This is just a quick note to thank Derek for being so kind to my mother Irene. You loaded her stuff and were very kind and polite to my mom. She had to move quickly and due to the circumstances, I couldn’t be there to help. The move was made easier thanks to your professional attitude. The men in Edmonton who unloaded were friendly and polite as well.

The moving company was a class act! They were great people who were courteous and friendly. Thank you!

Thank you so much for everything! My move from Medicine Hat to Medicine Hat was the best experience, better than I could have imagined. The guys were fantastic and all my things are here and in great condition. You made my day again! Thank you, Shari! You do great work. Making people happy is a huge contribution to this world!

I’m wishing you and all the Mover Canada a very prosperous and happy New Year! Dan and his co-workers did a great job in handling my furniture and personal effects from White Rock to Edmonton in a very professional way especially under the circumstances of snow and cold. I know there was a lot of work back and forth but they worked hard, not to mention the long trip they made. I would certainly highly recommend Mover Canada.

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I just want to let you know that the two guys (Shane and Jordan) picked up my stuff. They were really great guys, no grunting and no whining. Keep those two. Thank you.

We really appreciate all your help during our difficult moving situation! You and Brady were extremely responsive and please let him know that Wayras and I are very grateful for he and his partner’s pick-up at the last minute. They looked exhausted from a long day but were still efficient and careful.Thank you again,

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You guys moved me from New Westminster to Medicine Hat last month. I just wanted to thank you guys for an awesome job on a somewhat difficult move. Our stuff that consisted of some 300+ boxes ended up moving 4 times in 2 weeks and not a damn thing was broken or damaged besides a few understandable scruffs! We had TVs, expensive computer equipment, 50+ boxes of books and a couple of very heavy items to manage. Ron is a packing wizard who worked very hard and went out of his way to accommodate our crazy strata and building rules even though it made things a little more difficult. Lori, or was it Lonnie, worked his butt off until he could barely stand. Thanks again, Matt D.

I’ve touched base with both of my Medicine Hat deliveries from this week. Your team hit all the bases, both clients described the team as very conscientious and professional. Thank you for taking good care of our clients. Best, Thomas

I want to again say that Sean and Angelo did a first class job in doing my move. "Very" polite, courteous, patient and professional when moving my furniture and belongings from Medicine Hat to Nanaimo. They made my move an easy care-free experience. I highly recommend your company and the related company KNS Relocators to anyone planning a move. I am very, very happy with the first class service I was given. Also thank you to Jerritt for initially arranging my move.

I would like to thank your company and specifically Cory and Keith for making this very stressful last minute move from Medicine Hat to Medicine Hat easy for me. Moving is always stressful and can provide many challenges, but your team did an outstanding job. Cory and Keith were friendly, helpful and worked extremely hard to reduce the number of challenges with my move. It was a successful move from my perspective. I have to admit that I, along with my neighbours, were all extremely surprised by the size of the truck that arrived to pick up my small load in Medicine Hat. A 75-foot tractor trailer was a bit of an overkill and did not fit into the loading bay area of my building. I ended up having to help the team get items to the loading dock, where it was hiked down to the trailer parked on the street in front of the building. However, it all worked out and I did not mind. Again, thank you to everyone involved and specifically to Keith and Cory for all their hard work and dedication to the small details. It was very much appreciated. Sincerely, Mark R.scribed the team as very conscientious and professional. Thank you for taking good care of our clients. Best, Thomas

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Small Town or Small City? Our Journey to Med Hat.

Our journey to Medicine Hat started a little over 7 years ago, on August 20, 2011. This was actually our wedding day, if you hadn't figured that out. I say this is the starting date because if Milessa and I had never gotten married it's almost certain neither of us would have landed here in The Hat.

It was mere months into our marriage that I realized I wanted to be a Chiropractor. I first saw how much my new wife was helped by Chiropractic, I then began to hear more stories about the benefits of Chiropractic from friends and family, and then I had my own experiences at clinics. Soon enough, I had a dream of owning my own clinic and being to help people with a natural and holistic method.

7 years after our wedding, after a total of 9 years of college and university, my wife and I found a place to call home- The Hat.

Our decision was not made by accident we didn't happen to fall here on our way somewhere else, our car didn't break down on the way to beautiful BC, and it wasn't due to playing darts with a map of Canada either.

Having said that, I must also confess Medicine Hat was definitely never even on my top-10 list until earlier this year. The only thing I knew about Medicine Hat was that it had a rockin' Value Village right on the highway, a huge tee-pee, and a was a terrible thoroughfare on the way to BC with far too may stoplights for the Number 1 highway.

My sights were set on Okotoks, Alberta's largest 'town'. First, it had a great name. Second, you could see the mountains. Third. well really those were my only 2 reasons, and it was enough to solidify my desire. Milessa, on the other hand, desired to be a little closer to family in Saskatchewan. Enter Medicine Hat, and all the confused looks that come with telling your American friends Medicine Hat is a real place.

So we scouted out each city. sorry, 'town' for Okotoks. and spend time in each, visiting everyone we could meet and asking questions We wanted to know the people. Ultimately, regardless of what beauty lie 50 miles from the city limits, we resonate first and foremost with people. We didn't just want to one day build a house, we wanted to build a home.

Weeks after our trip, I had to concede that Medicine Hat had won me over. Did we meet anyone in The Hat who didn't love the city, or who said we shouldn't move here? I don't think so. We never imagined we would take advice on where we wanted to live from a woman we had never met working at a fast-food restaurant, and yet she convinced us that Med Hat was the place for us. It wasn't what she said, it was the sincerity and the genuine heart that got us she truly loved this city and knew we would too. She wasn't the only one we met like this. We met far too many good and genuine people in one weekend to be coincidence.

The 70,000 people in Medicine just had a little more small-town feel than the 28,000 in Okotoks, and it convinced us that The Hat was where we wanted to be, where we wanted build a home. In this small-town small-city.


Soundcloud, Facebook and Twitter and more…

Hope everyone has had a great start to the New Year!

We are looking forward to 2015 -filled with many exciting concerts and projects. After a busy fall and a little ‘down’ time over Christmas(and some time on the beach…see photo) , we spent the last couple of weeks preparing for the next concerts and also managed to upload some more sound files etc . To have a listen to some duo selections and some of Marcel’s compositions for two pianos you can visit https://soundcloud.com/ bergmannduo

We promise to keep you posted on our upcoming concerts and projects…stay tuned!


Medicine hat Pen Pals (Pen Friends)

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Ringette planning its return

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By RYAN MCCRACKEN on August 28, 2020.

Cassidy Stock, of the Medicine Hat Mighty Ducks, takes a shot on goal during her team's under-19 provincial ringette tournament game against the Bowview Elite on Friday, March 6 at the Family Leisure Centre. -- NEWS FILE PHOTO RYAN MCCRACKEN

Ringette players can start getting exciting for an upcoming season of development and competition on the ice.

While there will be no Ed Horvath Interprovincial Ringette Tournament due to public health guidelines, practices are scheduled to begin in mid-October in preparation for the newly-formed Sunny South League – a partnership between Medicine Hat Ringette and the Lethbridge Ringette Association that will allow local athletes to continue competing through the pandemic.

“We really all want our kids getting back to playing and doing some ‘normal’ activities again, and I think being able to play ringette, or whatever the sport is, will definitely help these kids through this,” said Medicine Hat Ringette public relations director Elisha Ammann. “The Medicine Hat Ringette Association has been working for months with Alberta Health Services and Ringette Alberta to be able to establish all the guidelines and protocols that we have to follow, and try to figure out what a new league could look like.”

The key factors in creating that new league are maintaining a maximum cohort size of 50 people, limiting participants to a single sport cohort at a time – meaning players must complete a 14-day non-participation period if transitioning between sport cohorts – and restricting travel to Ringette Alberta’s South Zone.

“Really, within the South Zone, Lethbridge is the only other ringette association, so we partnered with Lethbridge to create the new Sunny South League,” said Ammann. “Another benefit of partnering with Lethbridge was reducing the cost for families. We can certainly see that there are going to be a lot of people that are going to be under some financial strain because they’ve been off work, or have been working less, maybe. We want to be able to help those families out as much as possible, and so being with Lethbridge, that’s not as far to travel.”

Ammann added the goal is to combine four teams into a single cohort and have those squads face off throughout the season in a mini-league. But with a maximum cohort size of 50 people, putting four teams together will require some creative roster management – though it will increase the amount of ice time per player.

“To have four teams, that would put us at 10 girls a team because coaches are included (in the cohort) as well,” she said. “We’re still going to have our regular on-ice practices and the normal skill development that the ringette association offers, and then hopefully a couple times a month we can have games within our cohort with Lethbridge.”

In an effort to increase interest between the pipes, Ammann says players who spend at least two-thirds of the season as a goaltender will receive a full reimbursement of fees, which will be encouraged to go toward equipment costs.

“We certainly know the equipment costs are more to be in goal as well, so when those parents are getting that fee refunded, we’re hoping they’ll reinvest that back into their daughter’s equipment,” said Ammann, adding players who refer a friend will also save 50 per cent on registration. “We’re just trying to make it affordable and fun for the kids.”

For youngsters looking to take their first strides into the world of ringette, Ammann says the Active Start program for ages four-to-six provides a perfect introduction at a cost of $149.

“The Active Start program is so fun for these little girls,” said Ammann. “We have Platinum Star Power Skating certified coaches run the on-ice training. They get 16 weeks of skating, they learn to skate, they learn about ringette and of course they get to have a lot of fun with their friends.”

Medicine Hat Ringette’s complete health and safety guidelines can be found at mhringette.com.

“We have all of our guidelines in place,” she said. “There is a ton of information available on the website for anybody that’s worried about those safety protocols and what it looks like.”


Curriculum Vitae

Dan Hudson is a project based artist who works across a wide range of media including photography, video, sculpture and painting. His mesmerizing works entice viewers to contemplate daily life within a larger context.

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2021
Herringer Kiss Gallery – Calgary, Canada – Dan Hudson: Horai

2020
Telus Spark – Calgary, Canada – Dan Hudson: 360

2019
Alberta Foundation for the Arts/TREX – throughout Alberta – 1.6 Million Miles a Day (2017 to 2019)

2018
Valletta Contemporary – Valletta, Malta – That Golden Stain of Time – Dan Hudson
Brennwald Kunst – Kiel, Germany – 4 Elements
OAG – Okotoks, Canada – Bow River

2017
Angell Gallery – Toronto Canada – Measures of Time
Alberta Foundation for the Arts/TREX – throughout Alberta – 1.6 Million Miles a Day (to 2019)

2016
Angell Gallery – Toronto, Canada – Astronomical Landscapes
Esplanade Art Gallery – Medicine Hat, Canada – 1.6 Million Miles Away
Nickle Galleries – Calgary, Canada – Dan Hudson: 360 and Other Journeys

2015
Angell Gallery – Toronto, Canada – Fragments of a Year
Esplanade Art Gallery – Medicine Hat, Canada – Dan Hudson: Between Earth & Sky

2014
Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – Theories of Entanglement: the Art of Dan Hudson
Taigart Gallery – Tomsk, Russia – Dan Hudson: Video installation

2013
University of Calgary – Calgary, Canada – Measures of Time (public art commission)
Stride Gallery – Calgary, Canada – Shrines
Landesamt Kiel – Kiel, Germany – 4 Elements

2012
Brennwald Kunst – Kiel, Germany – 4 Elements
Sweet Home Private Art Space – Berlin, Germany – Malerie/Paintings
Harcourt House – Edmonton, Canada – Around the Sun

2011
Art Gallery of Calgary, Media Gallery – Calgary, Canada

2000 – 2010
Skew Gallery – Calgary, Canada, 2007
Summit Gallery of Fine Art – Banff, Canada, 2006
The Edge Gallery – Canmore, Canada, 2010, Lines
Skew Gallery – Calgary, Canada, 2004
The Whyte Museum, Banff, Canada, 2003, Extreme Exposure

1990-1999
The James Baird Gallery – St. John’s, Newfoundland, 1997
Open Space – Victoria, Canada, 1996
The James Baird Gallery – St. John’s, Newfoundland, 1995
The Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada, 1994
Art Gallery of Alberta – Edmonton, Canada, 1994
Project Gallery – Vancouver, Canada, 1994
The Paul Kuhn Gallery – Calgary, Canada, 1993
The MacLaren Art Centre – Barrie, Canada, 1993
Art Gallery of Wilfrid Laurier University – Waterloo, Canada, 1992
Justina M. Barnicke Gallery, Hart House, U of T – Toronto, Canada, 1991
The Jerrard Gallery – Toronto, Canada, 1991
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery – Oshawa, Canada, 1990

1980-1989
The Welch Gallery – Ottawa, Canada, 1989
Grunwald Gallery – Toronto, Canada, 1988
The Welch Gallery – Ottawa, Canada, 1988
Mercer Union – Toronto, Canada, 1988
The Welch Gallery – Ottawa, Canada, 1987
Artcite – Windsor, Canada, 1987
The Orbit Art Room – Toronto, Canada, 1984

GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2020
Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – Emergence
Contemporary Calgary – Calgary, Canada – Planetary
Valletta Contemporary – Malta – Up to Now

2019
Herringer Kiss Gallery – Calgary, Canada – Cache
Angell Gallery – Toronto, Canada – The Snow Show
Illingworth Kerr Gallery – Calgary, Canada – Before Digital: Post 1970 Photography in Alberta

2018
Museum Romeinse Katakomben – Valkenburg aan de Geul, Netherlands – Secret Gardens
First Canadian Place Gallery – Toronto, Canada – Under the Sun
Nickle Galleries – Calgary, Canada – Land People Movement
Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – Big
Illingworth Kerr Gallery – Calgary Canada – Before Digital

2017
McMullen Gallery – Edmonton, Canada – This Art Makes Me Feel
The Film and Archive of Salamanca – Salamanca, Spain – Inner Nature
The Madrasa Centre of Contemporary Culture – Grenada, Spain – Inner Nature
Äkkigalleria – Jyväskylä, Finland – Inner Nature Exhibition

2016
La Vetrina di Moonjade – Siena, Italy – Visionaria
Centro Atlántico de Árte Moderno, Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, Spain – Inner Nature
Glenbow Museum – Calgary, Canada – From Our Collection: Recent Aquisitions 2
Botanical Gardens – Marnay Sur Seine, France – Inner Nature
Temple University – Philadelphia, USA – Inner Nature
Faculty of Fine Arts – Teruel, Spain – Inner Nature

2015
Instituto Valencia d’Arte Modern – Valencia, Spain – Inner Nature Exhibition
Governors Island Art Fair – New York, USA – GIAF 2015
Art Gallery of Ontario – Toronto, Canada – Images Festival: Only Believe Things That Are Easy to Understand
Western Front – Vancouver, Canada – Only Believe Things That Are Easy to Understand
Glenbow Museum – Calgary, Canada – Recent Aquisitions
Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – The Bow Biennial
The Rooms Gallery & Eastern Edge – St. John’s, Nfld – HOLD FAST Festival
Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – Water
Edge Gallery – Canmore, Canada – Exposure 2015: Over…Time

2014
Saatchi Gallery – London UK – motion photography
Galerie Greulich – Frankfurt, Germany – VKUNST: mon amie, l’image
Glenbow Museum Calgary, Canada – Made in Calgary: 2000′s
Outcasting: Fourth Wall – Cardiff, Wales
Florina Visual Arts – Florina, Greece – Art + Nature
Parachute Light Zero – Paris, France – Memory of Water

2013
Aine Art Museum – Tornio, Finland – Import/Export
The Glenbow Museum – Calgary, Canada – Made in Calgary: the 80’s
Esplanade Art Gallery – Medicine Hat, Canada – River/Water
University of Lethbridge Art Gallery – Lethbridge, Canada – In My Room: Interior Environments
Art Gallery of Calgary – Calgary, Canada – Made in Alberta, Part IV
Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary – Calgary, Canada – Made in Alberta, Part 1
Out of Ostrale – Dresden, Germany – art & home
Art Souterrain – Montreal, Canada – Labryinth
The Rooms Art Gallery – St. John’s, Newfoundland – Natural Selections
Jarvis Hall Fine Arts – Calgary, Canada – + One
Esplanade Art Gallery – Medicine Hat, Canada – River/Water
Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary – Calgary, Canada – Andy Warhol: The Athlete’s Series
Video Medeja Festival – Novi Sad, Serbia
Espace [im] Média Art Festival – Sherbrooke, Quebec
STRATA Foundation – Finland
Spinach Curatorial Projects – London, UK – Object Abuse
Video Art Festival Miden – Kalamata, Greece
CeC- Carnival of eCreativity – Sattal, India

2012
The Private Space – Barcelona, Spain – Time Again
Nickle Galleries – Calgary, Canada – We Tell Ourselves Stories
OSTRALE ‘012 – Dresden, Germany
NordArt 2012 – Büdelsdorf, Germany
Arts Bath – Bath, England – Mis-In-Formation
Gallery 345 – Toronto, Canada – View from the Train
Gallery of Alberta Media Art – Calgary, Canada
Rundgang Spinnereigalerien – Leipzig, Germany
Multiplexer Gallery – Las Vegas
smartloft – Berlin, Germany – Time Capsule
SCA Project Gallery – Pomona, CA – Patterns, Seasons, Uprisings
FIVA – Festival Internacional de Video Arte – Buenos Aires, Argentina
Budapest Short Film Festival – Budapest, Hungary
PixelPops 2012 – Cardiff, Wales & Barranquilla, Columbia
Visionaria 2012 – Piombino, Italy – Vision Art, Visual Art in Movement
Freedom of Memory – META House, Phnom Penh, Cambodia
Generation Loss Film Festival – Manila, Philippines

2011
Grimmuseum – Berlin, Germany – FITAX1500
Manifest Gallery – Cincinnati, Ohio – Observed
Berliner Liste Fair for Contemporary Art – Berlin, Germany
A Trans Pavillion – Berlin, Germany – Call/response participation for Backtrack
Jarvis Hall Fine Art – Calgary, Canada – Bring the Noise
Funkhaus Atelier Project – Berlin, Germany
NordArt 2011 – Büdelsdorf, Germany
The Private Space Gallery – Barcelona, Spain – Jour de Fête
Virtual Kunstraum Online Gallery – Berlin, Germany – The Hours
Takt Open Studios – Berlin, Germany
Meinblau Gallery – Berlin, Germany – International Director’s Lounge
Les Instants Video – Vitrolle, France
ExTeresa Arte Actual – Mexico City, Mexico
Waterpieces Contemporary Video Art Festival – Riga, Latvia
Festival Loop/Screen – Barcelona, Spain – Off Loop Fair
FilmVideo Montecatini Cinema 2011 – Italy
Arizona State University Art Museum Short Film & Video Festival – Arizona, USA
Grimsby Institute – Grimsby, UK – Lightworks Festival
Moves International Festival of Movement on Screen – Liverpool, UK

2010
The Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada- Grizzly!
Visual Voice Gallery – Montreal, Canada – Freedom Sparks International Video Art
Rodos International Visual Arts Festival – Rodos Island, Greece – Ecofilms
Edmonton International Film Festival – Edmonton, Alberta
Asolo International Art Festival – Venice, Italy
Concorto Film Festival – Milano, Italy
Tabor International Film Festival – Tabor, Croatia
FrontDoc – Aosta, Italy – Rencontres Documentaires de la Vallée d’Aoste – 2010

2009
The Edge Gallery – Canmore, Canada – Summer’s Edge

2008
The Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – Out There
Alberta Society of Artists, Travelling Exhibition Program – Expedition

2007
Bau-Xi Gallery – Toronto, Canada
Robert Kidd Gallery – Detroit, Michigan

2005
Summit Gallery – Banff, Canada
Robert Kidd Gallery – Detroit, Michigan

2004
Skew Gallery – Calgary, Canada – Drive
The Whyte Museum – Banff, Canada – Elemental Inspiration

2000
Walter Phillips Gallery – Banff, Canada – First Descent
Bellevue Art Museum – Washington, USA – First Descent

1998
James Baird Gallery – Newfoundland, Canada – Dan Hudson & Brent McIntosh
The Art Gallery of Newfoundland and Labrador – Newfoundland, Canada – Painters Newfoundland
The Southern Alberta Art Gallery – Lethbridge, Canada – Painters Newfoundland

1995
Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff, Alberta – Call of the Wild

1994
The Yukon Arts Centre – Whitehorse, Yukon – The Kluane Exhibition
The McMichael Gallery – Kleinburg, Ontario – The Kluane Exhibition
Parry Sound Museum and Gallery – Ontario – The Georgian Bay Work- John Hartman, Dan Hudson,Tim Zuck
Hee Ro Art Gallery – Pusan, Korea – Korean Canadian Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art
Baik Gallery – Seoul, Korea – Korean Canadian Invitational Exhibition of Contemporary Art
Hart House Gallery, University of Toronto – Toronto, Ontario – Korean Canadian Invitational of Contemporary Art
The Edmonton Art Gallery – Edmonton, Alberta – Return to Paradise
Home Oil Office Tower (Temporary Site) – Calgary, Alberta – Return to Paradise
The Nickel Art Museum, University of Calgary – Calgary, Alberta – New Economy
The Whyte Museum – Banff, Alberta – Reframing The Landscape

1993
Southern Alberta Art Gallery – Lethbridge, Alberta – Literary Illusions, touring exhibition
Paul Kuhn Fine Arts – Calgary, Alberta – Drawings

1992
The McMichael Gallery – Kleinburg, Ontario – Legal Perspective
Southern Alberta Art Gallery – Lethbridge, Alberta – McIntyre Ranch Project Exhibition
The Robert McLaughlin Gallery – Oshawa, Ontario – Echoes of Tom Thompson
The Tom Tomson Gallery – Owen Sound, Ontario – Echoes of Tom Thompson
KitchenerWaterloo Gallery – Ontario – View From The Chesterfield
The Market Gallery – Toronto, Ontario – Toronto: City SeenCity Scenes
MacLaren Art Centre – Barrie, Ontario – Mask and Metaphor

1991
Southern Alberta Art Gallery – Lethbridge, Alberta – Oldman River Expedition

1990
Grunwald Gallery – Toronto, Ontario – friENDS
Medicine Hat Museum and Art Gallery – Medicine Hat, Alberta – Water

1989
Bridge Art Museum – Lethbridge, Alberta – Chronicle
Grunwald & Watterson Gallery – Toronto, Ontario – Four Gallery Artists
The Welch Gallery – Ottawa, Ontario – The Welch Gallery 10th Anniversary Exhibition

1988
Grunwald Gallery -Toronto, Ontario – Summer Exhibition
Nova Gallery – Calgary, Alberta – Nova Realities

1986
Off Centre Centre – Calgary, Alberta – Exposure

1985
Gallery Oboro – Montreal, Quebec – Red Cloud
A.R.C – Toronto, Ontario – Interior Rites and Rituals

AWARDS & GRANTS

Motion Photography Prize, Saatchi Gallery (London), Shortlist, 2014
Global Art & Moving Images Award (Cologne, Germany), 2013
NordArt Contemporary Art Exhibition (Büdelsdorf, Germany), Public Choice Award, 2011
Art Film/Video Montecatini (Milano, Italy), Honourable Mention, 2011
Asolo International Art Film Festival (Venice, Italy), Honourable Mention, 2011
FrontDoc (D’Aosta, Italy), Audience Choice Award, 2011
Edmonton International Film Festival (Edmonton, Canada), Grand Jury Award, 2010

Canada Council Visual Arts Grants – 2020, 2018, 2017, 2016, 2012, 2009, 1994, 1993, 1990, 1988
Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Visual Arts Grants – 2019, 2018, 2017, 2015, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2006, 2004, 2003
Alberta Foundation for the Arts, Purchase Award – 2013, 2010, 2009, 2000, 1997
Ontario Arts Council, Visual Arts Grants – 1992, 1990, 1989, 1988
The Banff Centre Visual Arts Scholarship – 1984
Heinz Jordan Memorial Scholarship, York University – 1984
Carl Dair Visual Arts Scholarship, York University – 1983

EDUCATION

1984 The Banff Centre for the Arts, Visual Arts Studio Residency (Banff, Canada)
1981 – 82 UCSD, University of California, San Diego (California, USA)
1978 – 84 BFA Visual Arts, York University (Toronto, Canada)


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