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Pam Hall’s creative and social engagement with community is a long-standing and significant part of her artistic practice. She invites members of the public to be creative collaborators – among these, a medical school, a fish processing plant and a small rural parish hall. The house – with all of its physical, emotional, cultural, social and gendered connotations – is the broad theme of this exhibition. The works, both displayed and performed, represent the union of Hall’s solitary and collaborative practices.

Guest curated by Dr. Melinda Pinfold

Image of The Work House and The Knowledge House     Image of Building A Village

Image of The History House

PROGRAMS

Wednesday, June 18, 7pm

Panel Discussion: Performing Art

Three unique visual artists, Pam Hall, Kailey Bryan and Evelyn Donnelly, discuss how their own individual art practice involves performance to engage its audience. Panel discussion moderated by Mary MacDonald.

Presented in collaboration with the Eastern Edge Gallery


Thursday afternoons, July 3 to August 28, 2 – 4pm

Guided Interpreted Tour:

Join us for a thought provoking tour of Newfoundland and Labrador artist Pam Hall’s HouseWork(s), a socially engaging exhibition that represents the past 10 years of the artist’s work.

Tours start at 2:30pm and 3:30pm and last approximately 25 min. Visitors are asked to meet outside the Art Gallery on Level 3.

Family Friendly Activity: Building a Village

Drop by and make a house of your own. Using simple materials, you can personalize your house to define what community means to you. Take your house with you or add it to our village.

This hands-on activity takes place from 2 – 4pm on Level 3.




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Detail of The Work House, May 2014. Nylon, aprons, thread, bamboo supports. Approximately 8’ x 8’ x 12’

The Knowledge House, 2014. Vintage encyclopedia and atlas pages, thread, fabric, bamboo supports Approximately 8’ x 8’ x 12’

Building A Village, 2013-2014. Collaborative community-building project enabled by social media. Approximately 300 mixed media houses on card stock, envelopes and miscellaneous contents Dimensions variable.

Detail of The History House, 2008. Mixed media Memory Cloths, bamboo supports. Approximately 8’ x 8’ x 12’

Photos by Ned Pratt

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