June 28, 2017: see me, hear me, heal me opening reception, McMullen Gallery, 7:00PM - 9:00PM
- Dr. Thomas R. Stevenson (Clinical Professor; Vice Chair, Associate Chair, Student Affairs; Division Head, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, School of Dentistry, Faculty of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Alberta)
- Shirley Serviss (Staff Artist on the Wards, Friends of University of Alberta Hospitals Literary Artist)
- Ahkila Regunathan (Anaplastologist, Institute for Reconstuctive Sciences in Medicine, iRSM)
- Kimberly Flowers (Head and Neck Cancer Patient)
"An Artistic Representation of Cancer" by Stephan Boissionneault, VUE Weekly. July 13, 2017.
"Canadian Artists Take on Cancer' Canadian Art, by Anne Pratt. February 8, 2017.
"Raising Awareness for Head and Neck Cancer" Alberta Primetime. January 16, 2017.
"Cancer patients make FLUX riveting" by Scott Hayes St. Albert Gazette. January 11, 2017.
"Head and neck cancer art exhibition unveils hidden experience" by Madeleine Cummings. The Edmonton Journal. January 4, 2017.
"Art meet science: new Flux exhibit explores life with cancer" by Sarah Hoyles. Metro News. January 3, 2017.
Archived News (March 2017)
January 5-21 2017 we will have our inaugural exhibition at Dc3 Art Projects Edmonton, Alberta. Opening reception on January 5 at 7pm at dc3 Art Projects.
Thursday January 19: "Reflecting on the Show". Everyone is invited to dc3 Art Projects on Thursday January 19 from 7 to 8 pm to join in a casual conversation about FLUX: Responding to Head and Neck Cancer. Share your experiences, talk to participating patients, artists and other team members, and let us know how to improve the show at future venues.
In June 2017 we will have a second exhibition at McMullen Gallery in Edmonton, Alberta in line with the Works Art & Design Festival.