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Event Archive - UNTIL... Issue 5: Memory: Cornelia van Voorst, Gail White, Kegan McFadden, Corri Lobbezoo , Ira Hoffecker, Kristen Carleton, Don Bergland, Kai Choufour, Laura Anderson, Oona McClure, Yumie Kono and Ariel O’Sullivan, Liz Bentley, Sherley Gordon Edey, Albert Joaquin, MaryLou Wakefield, Tracy Harrison

Wed. June 10th 2020 - Wed. June 10th 2020 @  Online (All Ages)
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The fifth instalment of UNTIL... magazine launches online Wednesday, June 10th!

This issue's theme is "memory." Featuring painting, photography, poetry, creative non-fiction, video, embroidery and more.

You can view the latest issue and all previous issues online, at

(UNTIL... magazine is an online publication presented by the Victoria Arts Council in response to the covid-19 pandemic.)


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Cornelia van Voorst (drawing, graphic materials,paint,works on paper.)

Cornelia van Voorst is a contemporary artist with a studio practice in Victoria, BC, Canada. Her interest is in the resonance of history within intergenerational memory and how we think about war, trauma, good and evil, and the nature of love. Cornelia studied fine art at the Northern Sydney Institute and The National Art School in Sydney, Australi... more info

Kristen Carleton

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I value organic movement and ideology. I primarily paint rhythmic patterns that evolve into my visual diary of thoughts and memories. My goal is to continue creating energy paintings for my clients combined with the healing art of Reiki & Intention. more info

Oona McClure (Textile mark-making)

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Oona brings a deep love and respect for artistic communication to her work as an artist and art therapist. Oona views the art-making process as an enriching place for imagination, inquiry, empowerment, and relational connection. Oona’s art practice can be described as ‘textile mark-making’ and in recent years has been informed by her evo... more info

Albert Joaquin

Mixed Medium Artist, Chef and Pastry Chef from Victoria BC. Developed a style of "Analog Eco Art" more info

MaryLou Wakefield

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I draw inspiration from the natural world - from the simplest play of shadows on a surface to vast wild landscapes and seascapes. Design and architecture are also key influences. Early work includes mono prints and hand lettered works. Currently my painting explores themes of connection - to place, to memory, to an idea, and to each other. ... more info
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