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‘In hospitable home’ exhibit


coming to the Red Brick


In the past two years visual artist Japanese tea ceremony. “The Edson
Taryn Kneteman has travelled clay is one of the most dramatic
thousands of kilometres digging up colours of all the clays I found.”
different clays from all across the The project is called 'In
province.
hospitable home' and it is also
Kneteman has made those clays being presented later this summer
into dozens of ceramic tea cups in the Treaty 8 region near
and is touring throughout the Beaverlodge, Tawatinaw, and at the
province serving tea in the cups Banff Centre for the Arts. “The title
she's made and talking with people of the project is a bit of a play on
from the different places she's dug words,” Kneteman says. “As
the clay. She'll be visiting the Red Canadians, we live in such an often
Brick Gallery from June 7 to 9. harsh climate but still find a way to
“I'm from Edmonton originally, make it feel like home. I think that
but having my grandparents, aunt happens when we spend time
and uncle here makes Edson a very caring for others, listening and
special place for me. Growing up, being hospitable.”
we'd always spend summers at “It's an amazing experience,”
What did the zero say to the Bear Lake and this is where I really Kneteman says, “to talk about the
eight? began to understand the landscape land where you're from, while
Nice belt! of our province,” Taryn says. you're holding a small piece of it in
What do you call cheese Kneteman has taken local clay your hand. We've had so many Jori Romans and Briana Snyder with the University of Alberta were at
that’s not yours? from the banks of local rivers and amazing conversations with people Evergreen School teaching grade twos and fours about boats and
Nach-o cheese hopes to use the tea cups she's across Alberta and I'm really buoyancy, and lights and shadows. They said the best part is going
made to spark conversations with looking forward to having those around to different schools to meet the students and see how they
conversations with people in
local residents during intimate
react to the different workshops. "Our goal is to engage with them and
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