ARTISTS
(in alphabetical order)
curation by Natasha Lands // Free Association

AARON READ

Aaron Charles Read’s artwork can be found in many different forms. As a musician he tours with the American pop band ‘How to Dress Well.’ Aaron can often been seen on Adult Swim, and in the local improv show, ‘The Sunday Service.’ In his downtime, he’s drawing and painting.


CHAD MURRAY

Chad Murray is an artist living and working in Vancouver, BC. When he’s not dreaming up and painting his own visual interpretations of skydiving, he’s creating beautiful miniature landscapes.

COLE KUSH
Cole Kush is a filmmaker and animator based in Edmonton, Canada. His works tend towards absurd, unsettling comedy, often finding the bizarre in the mundane. Kush has collaborated with Mac DeMarco, Doug Lussenhop, and a wide range of musicians to create innovative visual work. His videos have been shown at numerous festivals such as the 2015 LA Film Festival and Nevada City Film Festival.


EHREN SALAZAR
Ehren Salazar is an artist who was born and raised near Main Street in Vancouver Canada. He attended Emily Carr University (2002-2004) as well as Langara College's Fine Arts program (1999 & 2009). In 2012 Ehren travelled to Italy on scholarship to study and practice the art of fresco restoration for the summer.


ELKE VAN BREEMEN
Elke van Breemen is a self-taught artist who developed a strong interest in wildlife art while studying Biology at the University of Victoria. She obtained her degree in Natural Resources Conservation in Forest Sciences at the University of British Columbia and worked as an environmental educator and research assistant for wildlife conservation organizations in British Columbia, the U.K., and the United States. Elke’s work aims to inspire people of all ages to enrich their connection to nature.


GRADY MITCHELL
Grady Mitchell is a writer and photographer in Vancouver, Canada. 

JOHN BURGESS
John Burgess is a multidisciplinary artist based in Vancouver. Burgess’ works are inflected by direct references to the spaces they occupy, often making use of their histories or functions to situate the art. By design, Burgess’ work can appear to be functional, though it usually transcends its intended purpose. He has participated in exhibitions in Australia, the United States and Canada.


JOEL CARES
Joel Cares was born in Cereal, Alberta, and grew up fast. Economical, profitable, time-consuming, educational. A guiding light. He has read MANY books and newspapers, and is ready for whatever challenges you throw at him.



KATRIN BRAGA
Katrin Braga is a photographer from Iceland. She grew up in the tiny remote town of Fellabær on the east side of the island. She was influenced by the rich culture and harsh beauty that surrounded her. Now she resides in Vancouver and has directed her work towards photographing individuals outside of the traditional norms of fashion. Her greatest satisfaction comes from the interplay between photographer and subject.


KYLE MACDONALD
Kyle MacDonald is a creative multifaceted indvidual. Have you ever hear the story about a guy who traded a red paperclip for a house? Kyle is that guy.



MICHAEL MARKOWSKY
Michael Markowsky is a visual artist and writer who lives primarily in Vancouver. For the past 13 years he has made semi-abstract artwork inspired by the landscape. Typically he makes drawings and paintings while riding inside or on top of moving cars, buses, boats, trains and airplanes.



OURO COLLECTIVE
OURO is an eclectic, Vancouver-based dance collective that uses hip-hop, waacking, breaking, popping and contemporary dance as the foundation for the creation and production of new work. As individual artists coming from diverse cultural and dance backgrounds, OURO sees collaboration as a catalyst for dialogue, creative innovation, and community building. United around the common goal of pushing the boundaries of how street dance-based works are created and presented, OURO is dedicated to creating performances that explore the full range of possibilities and identities the group represents.

STEPHEN MULLALLY
Stephen is a print and typography compositor. To create his prints, he hand carves illustrations and uses lead or wood type on old letterpress machinery. Stephen is also a graphic designer working freelance and in-house at Science World British Columbia. Born and raised in Ireland, he has lived in Vancouver for the last six years.



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