Photo Credit: Delbert Kostura, 1991

Photo Credit: Delbert Kostura, 1991

June 28 - July 10, 1991
"Fear No Art"

Prudence Gill, Porches
As "places of passage and partition," the porch is a space unlike any other in the home, representing the arrival and departure of friends and family. Reflecting this interactive space, Prudence Gill’s installation at the Stanley A. Milner Library in 1991, brought music, singing and movement into the porch, expressing the dynamic potential in this initial meeting space of the home.

Putting it in Perspective
Censorship display, lecture and panel discussion.

Photo Credit: Delbert Kostura, 1991

Photo Credit: Delbert Kostura, 1991

Joanne Schachtel, Primeval Sleep
Striving for a more integrated relationship with the environment, Joanne Schachtel’s figures on Churchill Square were not the regular garden variety of sculpture. Schachtel's figures, cast from a fiberglass mould, used the natural materials in the immediate area, including dirt, leaves and sand. Her mode of working demonstrated the process of dissolution, with new figures evolving from the space of the older ones.


The Works “Fear No Art” Featured Artist Exhibits

Katherine Chan – “Untitled”, Manulife Place, 101 Street and 101 Avenue.

Debra Cherniawsky – “Ecological Ebb”, Manulife Place

E. Joan Marr – “Untitled”, Manulife Place

Grant Leier – “Fear”, Manulife Place

C.W, Carson – “From the Ark”, Manulife Place

Ken Webb – “Untitled”, Manulife Place

Co-curated Susan Gunderson, Melleny  Melody and Rachael McHenry – “Wearable Art: Use Your Head”, Edmonton Centre

J.B. Godfrey – “I Get Homesick A Lot”, Edmonton Centre, 10088 102 Avenue.

Randall Fraser – “Maquillage”, Eaton’s Centre, 10250-102 Ave.

Joanne Schachtel – “Primeval Sleep”, Sir Winston Churchill Square

Pat Binder – “The Rainforest”, Sir Winston Churchill Square

Sandra Bromley – “Passages”, Healy Ford, 10616 103 Avenue.

Kristak – “Drowning”, Manulife Place

Yan Jiam Min –“The Magic Brush, Manulife Place

Joseph Reeder and Jaroslaw Kozlowski co curators – “Visual Language Unbound: Young Artists’ Drawings Canada/Poland”, Beaver House, 10158-103 St.

Alasdair Foster - “Acts”, Centennial Building, 10030-103 Ave.

Blair Brennan & Brian Webb – “Victories Over Us/Defeat at out Hands”, MacKenzie Building. 101 Ave & 104 Street.

Ginette Prince – “Gardens of Absence” & Movement Workshop. Beaver House, 10158 103 Street.

Mitchel Smith – “Untitled”, Ramada Renaissance Hotel, 10155-105 St.

Blair Anderson – “Creation vs. Everything Else”, Eaton Centre

Judy Hackman – “Faces: A Raku Protrait”, Eaton Centre

Shirley Rimer & Pat Matheson – “Untitled”, Manulife Place

Derek Watts – “Roadside Architecture”, Burlington Art Supply, 10040 104 Street.

Sheila Luck & Kevin Smith – “Untitled”, City Centre Building

Co-ordinated by Monica Tap - “A Window on the AAF”, Alberta Art Foundation


Featured Community Arts Groups, Post Secondary Institutions, Art Organizations, Workshops

Red Deer College – “Clay: From the Deer”, Featured Artists: Torbjorn Kvaslo, Dr. Robert Shay, Shirley Rimer, Joseph Reeder, Chuck Wissinger. Manulife Place

Alberta Craft Council, Victor Cicansky, juror – “Champagne Breakfast”, Manulife Place

Alberta Printmakers Society – “Juried Exhibition”, Scotia Place

Alberta Society of Artists – “Contemporary Japanese Prints – members of the Intercultural Society of Arts, Japan” & “Myth and Magic” group exhibit curated by Ross Bradley, Manulife Place

University of Alberta Faculty of Extension – “Selections from the Faculty”, Manulife Place

Precipice Theatre – “How Now Green Cow”, Sir Winston Churchill Square

“People Portraits III” – The Works Public Participatory Project, Eaton Centre

Legacy Projects with the City of Edmonton – Tommie Gallie “Hidden Charms”

High School Banner Competition

Alberta Potters Association, Margaret Sundstrom Coordinator – “Cups”, Manulife Place