susie-osler

Susie received a BFA from the Emily Carr Institute for Art and Design (Studio Arts specializing in ceramics and printmaking) (1999) and a BA in Film and Communications from McGill University (1990).  Susie’s ceramic work has been featured in Canadian and international exhibitions, in outdoor and indoor public spaces, and in numerous private collections. Her work i...

mabel-tan

Mabel Anabelle Tan is from the Island City of Singapore and is finishing her last year at Alberta College of Art + Design in Ceramics. Her creative process engages centrally on the community through the physical interaction of clay and our senses. She is the director of the ACAD Community Garden and participates in Archaeological digs in Italy and Singapore. Currently, she is finding...

olivia-rozema

Olivia Rozema is Canadian Artist from Grimsby, Ontario. She received a BaH in Visual Art and Classics from McMaster University in 2014 and an MFA at the University of Regina in 2016. Olivia's sculptures embody a type of self-knowledge. Their forms suggest something we feel we should recognize but cannot place. They have an uncanny resemblance to the real, however, they are ske...

carlos-rojas

Carlos is a Mexican-born artist who lives and works in Montreal, Quebec and Calgary, Alberta. His research is about how identity is impacted by migration; specifically, it is about how his own identity was transformed as a result of installing his practice in Canada. He uses ceramics, painting, stop-motion animation, glass, and metals to communicate his ideas. His work is inspired by...

kristin-murray

Kristin Murray is an emerging ceramic artist, born in Brandon, Manitoba in 1991. She began her academic career studying forensic archaeology at Brandon University, but later moved to Winnipeg where she graduated from the University of Manitoba’s School of Art with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours Degree in 2015. Her first contact with clay came quite late in her studies, but proved to be a defini...