Photo Credit: Jill Watamaniuk,1998

Photo Credit: Jill Watamaniuk,1998

June 19 – July 1, 1998
"Create Your World"

Marshall Weber
the shallows

Feature artist Marshal Weber is an installation artist based in New York. His sculpture, Tilted Globe was the chosen image of the 1998 theme " Create your World." Tilted Globe represents various regions of the world through cultural associations making the claim that history is not in the past, but continually evolves through the present.

the shallows, Weber's installation, was set within the box of a refrigerator truck as a recreation of the ice-bound ship, the Erebus, from the 1847 Franklin Expedition. Within the walls of the installation, embedded in ice, were various found objects from Edmonton. Together, these objects were suggestive of the experience of an ice shipwreck. As a re-created world, the shallows tied local experience to historical fact. The result for the viewer is then a re-created experience that he must interpret for himself.


Photo Credit: Jill Watamaniuk,1998

Photo Credit: Jill Watamaniuk,1998

Children’s Millennium Sculpture Project
Children are the Future

Exhibiting 1000 pieces of clay sculpture by Edmonton students of varying age groups, the Children’s Millennium Sculpture Project was a projection of hope for the future as children saw it. The project was co-presented through the collaborative efforts of The Works International Visual Arts Society and the i human 2000 Society. The project was sponsored by the Edmonton Catholic School Division, the Edmonton Community Foundation, Edmonton Public Schools, Syncrude Canada and Edmonton Centre.

The Works “Create Your World” Featured Artist Exhibits

Douglas MacLeod, coordinator, “The Canadian Architects: The Art of CAD,” Grant MacEwan Community College, 107 Avenue and 104 Street.

Rachel Greene and Alex Galloway, co-curators, “http://www,,” The Business Link, 10237 104 Street; Submission Bakerye, 10058 101A Avenue; PC Corp., 9947 109 Street.

Marshall Weber, Tilted Globe, Commerce Place, 10155 102 Street.

Marshall Weber, “the shallows,” Sir Winston Churchill Square.

Yasuo Terada, “In Quest of Fire and Clay Series,” Kerhaw Building, 10336 Jasper Avenue.

Michael Hornsby, “Paperboys Fish & Chips, Eggrolls and Art,” 9965 82 Avenue.

Linda Stainer, curator, “KERAMOS,” The Kershaw Building, 10336 Jasper Avenue.

Holt Renfrew and Allen Ball, “Christian Dior,” Holt Refrew, 10180 101 Street.

Douglas Bentham, “New Sculptures in Brass and Bronze,” Hotel Macdonald, 10065 100 Street.

Gordon Harper, “Unnatural Memories,” Rigoletto’s Café, 10040 101A Avenue.

Daniel S. Hrishkewich, “Neurotonic Entities,” The Citadel Theatre, 9828 101 Avenue.

Amy Loewan, “ Earnestly and Truly: A Community Project,” Metropolitan Place, 10303 Jasper Avenue.

John Maywood, “Hell’s Gate,” Scotia Place, 10060 Jasper Avenue.

Ellen Moffat, “Recent Servers,” Commerce Place, 10055 102 Street.

Pamela Anthony, “subliminal,” The Coopers Lybrand Building, Aroma Borealis, 10130 103 Street.

Dale Nigel Goble and Ryan Alexander Diduck, “Paradigm Shift, D.N.G. & Fowl Swoop,” Kershaw Building.

Memi von Gaza, “Perpetual Maps,” Edmonton Journal Building, 10006 101 Street.

James Frost, Stefan Steele, and Curtis West, “A Thousand Cranes,” Commerce Place.

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

University of Lethbridge, “Abstract Figuration: John Scott and Contemporaries.” Stanley A. Milner Public Library, #7 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

The Alberta Society of Artists, “Saints and Sinners,” Beaver House, 10158 103 Street.

The Professional Photographers of Canada, “Special Effects Photography,” Scotia Place, 10060 Jasper Avenue.

University of Alberta Graduate Painting, “Paint/Stubbornness/Locality,” Commerce Place.

University of Alberta Department of Art and Design, “I CHARTS,” Linda E. Carreiro, Curator, Commerce Place.

University of Alberta, “Spring Sessions,” Fine Arts Building Gallery (FAB Gallery), 112 Street and 89 Avenue.

Children and Adolescent Services Association (CASA), Stanley A. Milner Library.

Edmonton Public Schools, “High School Portfolio Award Exhibition,” Kids in the Hall Bistro, City Hall, #1 Sir Winston Churchill Square.

1998 Canada Day Poster Challenge, “Celebrating Canada’s Uniqueness,” Canada Place, 9797 Jasper Avenue.

Alberta Foundation for the Arts, “PASSAGE,” Beaver House.

Latitude 53 Gallery, Shari Hart, “Breast Wishes,” The Great West Saddlery Building, 10137 104 Street.

Rowles and Company, “Alberta Glass Exhibition: Sculptural Forms,” The Coopers and Lybrand Building, 10130 103 Street.

Society of Northern Alberta Print Artists (SNAP), “Angels of Georges Braque,” The Great West Saddlery Building.

Harcourt House Building, “Wecan Society Members Exhibit,” 10215 112 Street.

ihuman and The Works, “Children’s Millenium Sculpture Project: Children are the Future,” Edmonton Centre, 102 Avenue and 100 Street.