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Public Art Talk: “Physical Captivity" by Lenore Maier

Community, Culture & Heritage

Feb 1st, 1:00 pm

PAVED Arts, 424 20th Street West, Saskatoon

Public Art Talk:  “Physical Captivity" by Lenore Maier
In conjunction with Artists in Place: The Bunkhouse Project
Saturday, February 1, 2020
1 p.m., PAVED Arts 424 20th Street W.
Free to the public

Lenore Maier is a musician and organizer based in Saskatoon. She plays drums and sings in Saskatoon surf pop band The Garrys and also produces ambient electronic works as Ursa. Lenore has worked in the realms of film score composition and live performance, as well as live theatre sound design. Through various musical endeavours, Lenore has been nominated for a Saskatoon and Area Theatre Award in Outstanding Sound Design (2018), Sask Music’s Top Ten Albums of the year (The Garrys - 2017, 2018) and a Sask Music Award for Alternative Artist of the Year (The Garrys - 2018).

During her residency at the Bunkhouse, Lenore has been working in the realms of ambient electronic music creation, field recording, video post-production, found 16mm footage harvesting and digitization, repurposed analog photography, and coordinating musical performances in alternative public spaces. In her talk, Lenore will share and discuss the various projects that she has developed during her time at the Bunkhouse and the unintentional recurring themes that emerged during their creation.

Artists in Place: The Bunkhouse Project is an artist-in-residence pilot program sponsored by the City of Saskatoon, with a grant from the Saskatchewan Arts Board’s Artists in Communities program.

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