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Wednesday, October 3, 8PM
Guillaume Morissette, author of I Am My Own Betrayal, published by Maison Kasini (available at Kasini House Artshop) is one of the featured authors at Pivot Readings at the Press Club in Toronto on October 3rd, 2012.
Visit Galerie Maison Kasini at PAPIER12, the Contemporary Art Fair of Works on Paper, April 12-15, 2012. This year, we are featuring Montreal artist Carl David Ruttan. We will also be presenting work by artists Carol MacDonald, Alice Jarry, Alex Costantino, Ashley Roark, Kirsten McCrea, Jp King, Steve Scicluna, and Sophie Joubarne as well as selections from Papirmasse and ArtShop.
Nuit blanche à Montréal: Saturday, February 25, 8PM to 3AM
As part of Montreal artist Px(c)'s solo exhibition at the gallery, come and build your own monument to hyperconsumerism!
Artist Kirsten McCrea was on the Thursday, January 5th, 2012 edition of CBC’s As It Happens talking about the art subscription, Papirmasse.
As It Happens is a 35 year-old current affairs program that is broadcast on CBC Radio One (Weekdays at 6:30PM Eastern and The Midnight Edition: Weekdays at Midnight); and on Sirius Satellite 137 (Weekdays 5:30PM Eastern).
Maison Kasini is hiring an Associate Director. Deadline: Open until filled.
Ribbon Pig is a literary project that will present and promote literature that focuses on contemporary issues, settings, and ideas. The centrepiece of the project is the quarterly release of the Ribbon Pig Volume, a limited-edition collection of writing, mini-books, and objects designed to offer a unique experience of interacting with the written word. The project maintains a website that features excerpts, interviews with writers, and other forms of literary expression. For Volume One, Guillaume Morissette served as the editor of the project; the poetry editor was Ashley Opheim; Aeron MacHattie served as the fiction editor for the project.
Author and illustrator Christopher Olson will be at the CEASE Holiday Flea Market to promote Tremendous Tales, a bimonthly ‘zine of microfiction and illustration, which takes the reader on brief excursions into the speculative, the fantastic, and the absurd.
The event takes place Saturday, December 17th and Sunday, December 18th at Fresh Paint Gallery, 180 Ste-Catherine Street East, from 10AM until 6PM.