Musagetes and rare Charitable Research Reserve are pleased to announce Meg Harder as the 2016 Eastern Comma Artist in Residence. Harder was born in St. Catharines, Ontario and completed her BA in Fine Art and Psychology at the University of Waterloo in April 2013, a process that included 6 months at the Bezalel Academy of Art in Jerusalem. She has exhibited locally and internationally, including The Artery, Zavitz!, The Button Factory, Bezalel Fine Arts Gallery, and The Mexico Hall at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Meg has also been featured in local art events such as the Niagara Region’s 2013 In the Soil Arts Festival, NightShift in downtown Kitchener and BOX 13.
The Eastern Comma Artist in Residence program hosts Canadian artists in North House, a high-tech, solar-powered, advanced-design living lab situated in the natural environment of rare, located at the confluence of the Grand and Speed Rivers in southern Ontario. Resident artists work on their practice while interacting regularly with the community of people who are present at rare including gardeners, educators, students, artists, botanists, ecologist, geologists, archeologists and historians.
Please join us in a reception to meet and welcome Meg Harder, at rare Charitable Research Reserve, on Thursday April 7th from 5-7 pm at 1679 Blair Road, Cambridge, Ontario.
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For more information about Meg Harder’s work, please visit http://www.megharder.com/.
For any inquiries about the Eastern Comma Artist in Residence, please contact Musagetes Program Coordinator Elwood Jimmy at firstname.lastname@example.org or 519-836-7300, ext. 103.