Acadian Artist Yvon Gallant Artist Residency March 20-25 with Public Lecture March 23
His work is based on the reality of everyday life, and speaks of the people around him and those who he encounters on a regular basis. He received the Miller Brittain Award in 1992 and has had his work featured in over 80 exhibitions.
Yvon Gallant’s one-week residency will offer students an opportunity to learn from, work with, and experience the methods of a critically important Acadian artist at the apex of his career.
His residency will run March 20-25 and will include classroom lectures, painting demonstrations, an on-campus studio practice, as well as a display of works both in-progress and completed.
Yvon Gallant will be doing classroom visits in Sir James Dunn Hall Room 212:
- Tuesday, March 21 at 2:30 pm
- Wednesday, March 22 at 9 am
- Friday, March 24 at 9 am
The artist will give a public lecture on Thursday, March 23 at 5 pm in McCain Hall Room 101. All are welcome.