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Jan 13, '23
Beginning at 7pm
Join Miriam Rudolph in an artist talk on Friday, January 13 – FREE with admission!

Rudolph is one of the artists featured in the exhibition, Headlines: The Art of the News Cycle. She was commissioned to create a new series, Storied Land: (Re)Mapping Winnipeg, on view in the exhibition. Hear about this project, the research and technical process involved in creating this new body of work. Following her presentation is an opportunity for a Q & A session.


Miriam Rudolph

Miriam Rudolph was born and raised in Paraguay, South America. In 2003 she moved to Winnipeg to study Fine Arts at the University of Manitoba where she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Honours in 2007 and a Bachelor of Education in 2010. She recently completed the Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking at the University of Alberta, Edmonton (2017). She was awarded the University of Alberta Graduate Recruitment Scholarship in 2014 and the Joseph-Armand Bombardier Graduate Scholarship (SSHRC) along with the Walter H. Johns Graduate Fellowship, as well as the Alberta Foundation for the Arts Scholarship for Art and Design in 2015. She has shown her work nationally and internationally. Recently, she co-won the first prize (Best in Show) at the 5th Biennial International Footprint International Exhibition at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking in Norwalk, Connecticut. She has shown her work in Asunción-Paraguay, in Xian – China, at Global Print 2013 in Portugal, at the International Print Center New York, at the Highpoint Center for Printmaking – Minneapolis, in Washington D.C., at Martha Street Studio – Winnipeg, Toronto, and Ottawa.


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