Struts Gallery is pleased to announce our collaborative partnership with the Soley Cove Legacy Project and support of Fredericton based artist Gillian Dykeman’s residency at Soley Cove.
The Soley Legacy Project is a multidisciplinary outdoor arts event on the Bay of Fundy on August 21 - 22, 2021, which looks to honour the work and activities of Red Clay Farm and its creator, Tom Young. Tom was a longtime supporter of Struts Gallery and the regional arts community and we are honoured to make a small contribution to the creative activity he helped foster at Red Clay.
About Gillian Dykeman:
Gillian Dykeman is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Fredericton, New Brunswick. Working through an intersectional feminist and postcolonial framework, Dykeman seeks to empower her audiences in their own lives through playful and critical engagement with visual culture. Her work spans mediums and disciplines such as performance, video, sound, installation, and art criticism. Dykeman is an instructor at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design. Open to experimental venues, her work has found its way into galleries, exercise studios, a rare book library, and a geodesic dome.
The Legacy Project is being co-created by over 40 artists and creatives from the Red Clay community working in installation, sound, textile, and so much more. Follow the Soley Cove Legacy Project on social media platforms to learn about all the participating artists and activities.
Visit the Legacy Project event page for more information about the Soley Cove Legacy Project, and to purchase tickets.