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Publication – Grand River: Grand Conversations catalogue

Grand River: Grand Conversations catalogue   The catalogue documenting the exhibition Grand River: Grand Conversations is now available on the web!   If you’ve seen the exhibition at Kitchener City Hall’s Rotunda Gallery, you can re-read the poems at your leisure.   … Continue reading

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Earth Day art installed on city buses – update

Here’s a update regarding the bus interior art panels; they are in buses numbered 8019, 2612, 2323, 2605, and 2311, and could be on any route in the Kitchener-Waterloo area on any given day (GRT has over 150 buses in their … Continue reading

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Earth Day art installed on city buses

 From the City of Kitchener’s news site at http://www.kitchener.ca/news/MediaDetail.asp?tid=18872   Print This Page   For Immediate ReleaseMonday, April 19, 2010 Earth Day art installed on city buses   KITCHENER – Grand River Transit buses may be an unlikely place to … Continue reading

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Recent Press Information

  You can find out more information about me and the Artist In Residence appointment at the following news sites. Waterloo Chronicle community newspaper, Jan. 6, 2010. Shutterbug, written by Charlotte Prong Parkhill. http://www.waterloochronicle.ca/arts_and_entertainment/article/198988  Your Kitchener (City of Kitchener newsletter), Jan./Feb. … Continue reading

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City of Kitchener Press Release

From the City of Kitchener’s news site at http://www.kitchener.ca/news/MediaDetail.asp?tid=17631   Print This Page For Immediate ReleaseWednesday, November 18, 2009 2010 artist in residence announced KITCHENER – Landscape and the Grand River will be the main feature in Stefan Rose’s work … Continue reading

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Grand River: Grand Conversations

Grand River: Grand Conversations   A year-long artistic investigation of the Grand River and its tributaries around Kitchener, Ontario, and the place they occupy within the geography and imaginations of the residents of Kitchener and area, using photography, poetry, and … Continue reading

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