Interview on "Veil", a percent for art funded public artwork in the new South Haven Cemetery administrative building. "Veil" is a recent collaboration with artist and architect Jeffrey Riedl.
"It’s a fact, climatic change is one of the biggest threat of the 21st Century, and it leads artists to question the lifestyles of contemporary societies – For example, Brendan McGillicuddy’s works ..."
I just received my copy of the exhibition catalogue for In The Making, featuring Overtone, and it looks awesome.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Hive, funded by the Alberta Foundation for the Arts.
One of the strongest works in the exhibition, Brendan McGillicuddy’s Overtone, exemplifies this, reinterpreting Sol LeWitt’s drawing Isometric Projection #13 into three dimensional space ...
Investigating conceptual intersections between contemporary craft and emerging digital media.
An examination of the creative practices at work with Alberta artists and ultimately an expression on what it feels like to be an artist in Alberta.
A behind-the-scenes look at the making of Isotrope, in preparation for the 2015 Alberta Biennial of Contemporary Art.
Drew Anderson reviews In The Making for FFWD: The other standout in the exhibition is Brendan McGillicuddy’s “Overtone.
In the making, a group exhibition of Alberta College of Art + Design alumni, investigates conceptual intersections between contemporary craft and emerging digital media. The works span a diverse range of disciplines—photography, performance, video and sound installation, drawing, sculpture, ceramics, jewelry and glass—and reflect the ongoing influence of technology on ways of making and ways of thinking about the contemporary context.
Join us as Dan Hudson, Walter May, Brendan McGillicuddy, and Robyn Moody discuss their practices and the works they’ve included in Made in Alberta: Part IV. Working in sculpture, installation, and mixed media, these artists explore the relationships found between the manmade and the natural.
In celebration of Calgary 2012, as Canada’s Cultural Capital, The Art Gallery of Calgary joins MOCA Calgary and Paul Kuhn Gallery to host a four-part series of exhibitions which survey the extraordinary richness of contemporary Alberta art. The project Made in Alberta gathers together over 60 of the most prominent visual artists at work in Alberta. The list of artists was selected by Jeffrey Spalding, Artistic Director of MOCA, Kayleigh Hall, Chief Curator of The Art Gallery of Calgary, and Paul Kuhn, Director of Paul Kuhn Gallery.
In celebration of Calgary 2012, as Canadas Cultural Capital, MOCA Calgary has prepared a series of related exhibitions as a centenary snapshot of the two years 1912 and 2012. The first of these exhibition components surveys the extraordinary richness of contemporary Alberta art. The project Made in Alberta gathers together over 60 of the most prominent visual artists at work in Alberta. It comprises something of a yearbook of highlights from the 2012 season of art exhibitions.
"As Canada’s Northwest Passage opens to ships, so too, do the imaginations of our artists. In this Hidden Gem, we visit the Art Gallery of Alberta's RBC New Works Gallery and the work of an emerging voice in the Alberta arts scene Brendan McGillicuddy.
Art Review selected one of my works to feature in this week's member artworks roundup.