Saturday, February 27, 2021, 7:30p.m.
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A musician meets a visual artist – by swapping their artwork they create a new project, shared online and followed by interviews. The audience will see the visual artist paint, draw or print their new piece from scratch, inspired by 3 songs from the musician, while the musician plays their new song, inspired by 3 artworks from the visual artist. The videos will be played side by side. The interview will shed light on the artist’s process and how this project was different from their regular creation process.
Grace Hrabi is a singer-songwriter and teacher with a degree in vocal jazz performance from the University of Manitoba. She is an independent, self-booking artist who performs in Winnipeg and tours across Canada with the folk trio Casati. The trio has recorded, produced, and self-released three full-length albums since 2014. Grace teaches voice, ukulele, and songwriting through the Winnipeg Conservatory of Music.
Rosemary Dzus holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Manitoba and a Bachelor of Science degree in Environmental Studies from the University of Winnipeg. While studying Fine Arts, she majored in photography and subsequently pursued photography in commercial and industrial settings and in my art practice. Currently, Rosemary works in paint, pencil, and pen, and ink. She is exploring bookmaking, frottage, and video.