Artists in Conversation: Lyn Carter

Wednesday, August 26, at 7:00 pm 

 

Lyn Carter (centre) speaking at her opening with a large group of people - textile sculptures in background

Lyn Carter at the AGP opening of her solo exhibition, 11th Line, January 21, 2017. Photo by Matthew Hayes 

 

Join us for a live discussion with artist Lyn Carter and Dorothea Hines. Hines is our summer Curatorial Assistant, current PhD candidate at Trent University, and former student of Carter.  

With Lyn Carter’s solo exhibition, 11th Line, (curated by Sarah Quinton and toured by the Textile Museum of Canada) as a focal point, Hines and Carter will discuss her artistic practice, the significance of landscape within her work, the effect of digitization, and the challenges and advantages of rural art making.  

 

This event is free to the public and hosted remotely. Information on joining is below.  

 

Lyn Carter is based near Grand Valley, Ontario. She works primarily in sculpture as well as drawing and has exhibited across Canada, the U.S.A., Australia, Britain, Spain, Mexico and China. Her work is represented in a number of permanent collections, among them the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, U.S.A., Cambridge Galleries in Cambridge, Ontario, the AstraZeneca Collection in Mississauga, Ontario, and the Dalhousie Art Gallery in Halifax, Nova Scotia. 

 

This talk will be hosted remotely on Zoom.  

Attendees will be able to use their microphone to ask questions during the talk but will not be able to share their video.  

 

Click here to join the Zoom  Event

 

Alternatively, you can phone in to the event using any of the numbers below, the Webinar ID, and the Passcode. 

Phone in numbers:  

647 374 4685 

647 558 0588 

587 328 1099 

778 907 2071 

204 272 7920 

438 809 7799  

Webinar ID: 811 6408 7656 

Passcode: 664376