Third Space Gallery and ACAP Saint John published a book!
Shorelines will be available for purchase, and an accompanying exhibition will be up for viewing, at Juniper (80 Prince William St) beginning March 12th.
Shorelines: Climate Concern & Creativity is a collaborative project that promotes an ongoing dialogue between environmental action and artistic practice in New Brunswick. The publication was conceived and realized by two non-profit organizations, the community-based environmental organization, ACAP Saint John, and Third Space Gallery, Saint John’s artist-run centre for contemporary art.
Shorelines focuses geographically on the Saint John area and communities that extend along the Bay of Fundy, including Grand Manan Island and Sackville. Contributors include Patrick Allaby, Amy Ash, Jack Bishop, Bailey Brogan, Katie Buckley, Nathan Cann, Chris Donovan, Sara Griffin, Hailey Guzik, Sarah Jones, Jericho Knopp, Jamylynn McDonald, Christiana Myers, Ben Peterson, Bethany Reinhart, Graeme Stewart-Robertson, Kate Wallace, Laura Watson, and KC Wilcox.
- 108 pages
- 10″ x 8″
Sales begin March 12th.
Pick up (Saint John): If you would like to do a pick-up in Saint John, you can purchase a copy of Shorelines at Juniper (80 Prince William St.) beginning March 12th for $28 + tax.
Shipping or delivery: Fill out the form below and we will email you an invoice shortly. You will be able to pay by e-transfer or PayPal.
Each book costs $28 + $10 flat rate shipping within Canada. Extra charges may apply for international shipping.
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The artwork from Shorelines will be on view at Juniper (80 Prince William St.) from March 12 – April 16. The exhibition is also available online!