Wettkampfzusammenfassung vom #ironmanzurich in Bildern.
Ein harter, langer Tag am #ironmanswitzerland - mit viel auf und ab.
Trotzdem ein hervorragendes Rennen für meinen ersten #ironman mit einem 7ten Platz resp. 35 Platz overall incl. Profis und nur 4 Minuten von einem Podestplatz entfernt!! Vielen Dank an alle auf der Strecke die durch Zurufen oder Unterstützung so eine Leistung ermöglichten!
Riesiger Dank auch an meinen Coach Christian Brader der mich seit 9 Monaten perfekt auf den Tag vorbereitet hat und mich während dem Rennen immer wieder aufs neue motivierte! Sowie an meine Partner #blickpunktlebensraum und #cuag für die Unterstützung!
A few of Carleton's students and members of the art history undergraduate society chatting over tea with open space lab artist Gita Hashemi, curator Anna Khimasia and cuag's educator Fiona Wright about the current, ongoing performance and technology piece at CUAG. Come by and check it out 11-2 everyday until February 11th with the exception of Monday the 6th. #performanceart#CUAG#ottarts#tea#arthistory#carletonuniversity
#Ottawa ! Tonight is the opening party for our fall exhibitions! Come help us celebrate Ginsberg photographs // genderhow? // Patricia Reed // TRANSACTIONS from 5-7:30 p.m. Kama La Mackerel (@kama_la_mackerel) will be performing at 6 p.m., don't miss this! #ottarts#CUAG#carleton#transactions [Kama La Mackerel, 'RACE' IS A DRAG, 2012. Photo by Elisha Lim.]
It's August and that means camp time! This week we are organizing arts and crafts for the campers around our "Keeping Record: The Documentary Impulse in Inuit Art" exhibition. Pictured here is a group of our older campers making small objects of memorabilia out of air-dry clay. Campers made objects such as a favourite animal, food, and even Harry Potter's golden snitch!
Welcome to our last day of #CUAGKeepingRecordTour and also the last day of our summer tours! Thank you everyone for following along and helping us hit over 200 followers! We hope you learned a lot about our summer exhibitions and hopefully came in to see them too.
Photographed here is a documentary drawing by Kananginak Pootoogook. This piece depicts the material culture of Inuit women's tools, each carefully labeled with Inuktitut syllabics. By doing so, Pootoogook is passing along tradition and culture to younger generations by means of visual representation.
[Kananginak Pootoogook, Kinngait, Nunavut. "Untitled (Women's Tools before White People's Tools Arrived," 2009. Pen, graphite, and coloured pencil on paper]
Welcome to day four of #CUAGKeepingRecordTour ! Upon first glance, we may automatically assume that these photographs were taken in the north, although they were actually taken in Ottawa. Ottawa is home to the largest Inuit population of Southern Canada. When moving to a large city like Ottawa, many Inuit people face issues of racial discrimination, culture shock, and language barriers (to name a few!). Barry Pottle uses photography to capture urban Inuit integrating their culture into communities outside of Inuit Nunangat.
[Barry Pottle, "Cultural Teachings," 2012 (top); "Starting the Feast," 2012 (bottom). Ink jet print]