Relate North 2015: Culture, Community & Communication

Roxane Permar (Photographer)

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Abstract

​RELATE NORTH 2015 Culture, Community & Communication was the fourth annual group exhibition of ASAD (Arctic Sustainable Arts and Design). The works in the exhibition were wide ranging in their approaches to cultural diversity, community outreach projects and the communicative role the arts play in northern climes. The exhibition in the Kimora Gallery had art works from different artists from the United States, Canada, Scotland, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Shetland. Northern Exchange was exhibited by Roxane Permar and Susan Timmins. It is an ongoing project designed to collect and share people's memories and perceptions of the Cold War from both sides of the former "Iron Curtain”. Additionally visitors to the exhibition were invited to contribute their thoughts and images using the blank triangles provided, which will in turn become part of this growing project realised in collaboration with Susan Timmins. Permar and Timmins also led a workshop open to the public during which they made contributions to Northern Exchange.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationAnchorage, Alaska
PublisherUniversity of Alaska Anchorage Department of Art
Media of outputMixed media
Publication statusPublished - Nov 2015

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Communication
Art
Arctic
Shetland
Outreach
Canada
Triangle
Artist
Norway
Works of Art
Cultural Diversity
Sweden
Iron Curtain
Scotland
Cold War
Finland

Keywords

  • Northern Exchange
  • Relate North 2015

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Permar, R. (Photographer). (2015). Relate North 2015: Culture, Community & Communication. Exhibition, Anchorage, Alaska: University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Art. Retrieved from http://www.asadnetwork.org/rn2015catalogue.html
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Permar R (Photographer). Relate North 2015: Culture, Community & Communication Anchorage, Alaska: University of Alaska Anchorage Department of Art. 2015.