We’re on TV! In response to a 2019 article ( https://www.allaboutbirds.org/news/vanishing-1-in-4-birds-gone/ ) stating that since the 1970s, 2.9 billion birds have gone missing, we have been making birds on post-consumer cardboard. We invited other artists to join us and post their birds on our Facebook group page at https://www.facebook.com/groups/2.9billionbirdsgone When we found out we’d be losing our studioContinue reading “JOTPY/2.9 Billion Birds on TV!”
JOTPY is delighted to announce that we received a 2021-2022 SK Arts Independent Artist program grant collective application to produce, tour and promote further exhibitions that build on the success of our installation, Journal of the Plague Year. As the installation is a time-based project, we will also add new work that continues to chronicleContinue reading “JOTPY Gets a Grant”
Just as JOTPY returns from the Rock, we’ll be delighted to take up a second artist residency at the studio program at AKA Gallery in Saskatoon from September 1 through December 2021. Thanks to AKA for this opportunity. AKA is the only artist-run centre in Saskatoon, and one of two artist-run centres in Saskatchewan, thatContinue reading “JOTPY Artists in Residence at AKA in Saskatoon”
After losing our studio in June, it’s kismet that Rosenwald and Rose have been invited to be artists-in-residence at the Pouch Cove Artist Residency in Newfoundland for the month of August. While there, we will be adding new work to our work in progress. Since its founding in 1990 by James Baird, The Pouch CoveContinue reading “We lost our studio so…JOTPY Road Trip!”
On June 21, 2021, JOTPY’s creative home was plowed under to make way for more high-priced commercial real estate. Want a sidewalk view of the destruction? Click here for the YouTube video.