Malaspina Resident Sept 1, 2015- April 30, 2016

Hello All!

I am the new Scholarship Resident for the next eight months at Malaspina Printmakers on Granville Island, Vancouver in beautiful British Columbia. Come by the shop to take a look at the facilities and pick yourself up an original print from their consignment collection. Check out their online catalog below!

 

http://malaspinaprintmakers.com/

Press for HABITUS

Here are all the links to the amazing press that occurred around my MFA thesis exhibition, HABITUS. Check them out to hear me talk about my work and collaborative process.

 

 

Videos:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OgOvvxlWXkY

http://globalnews.ca/video/1870646/local-artist-displays-her-work-inspired-by-sister-with-ms

http://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/video?clipId=559829

 

Radio:

https://soundcloud.com/ckuaradio/interview-darian-goldin-stahl-makes-art-from-mris

 

Newspapers:

http://www.fortcampbellcourier.com/news/article_5e6c744e-c8f0-11e4-988c-f776bb2e510e.html

http://metronews.ca/news/edmonton/1298559/university-of-alberta-student-transforms-mri-scans-into-a-work-of-art/

http://www.edmontonexaminer.com/2015/03/04/habitus-art-exhibit-examines-the-people-inside-mri-scans

https://thegatewayonline.ca/2015/02/habitus-preview/

HABITUS: Darian Goldin Stahl's Thesis Exhibition

Opening reception

Opening reception

Hello everyone! Please join me for my Master of Fine Arts in Printmaking Thesis Exhibition, "HABITUS." This will be a night of celebration and merriment, and I want you all to be there. So brave the cold for food, drink, good company, and fine art!

If you are unable to attend the opening event, have no fear! HABITUS will be on until March 21st. The FAB Gallery hours are:

Tuesday to Friday 10 am – 5 pm, Saturday 2 – 5 pm, closed Sunday, Monday & statutory holidays

DUALISM

Two-person exhibition of the thesis works by Darian Goldin Stahl and Grace Sippy. Please join us for a celebration of research at the Ottawa School of Art, March 5, 7:00-10:00 pm.

 

"The central theme of our work is the dualisms between the Body and Mind and how

this can complicate one’s sense of identity. We are interested in internal illnesses

that are often hidden from others, and the unease that one feels with the knowledge

of an unreliable body. Therefore, our prints depict both the physical and

psychological spaces at once, so that we may show a more complete view of the self."

 

Visit Grace's website, http://gracesippy.com/

SGCI: Sphere

Come out to the biggest printmaking conference in the world: The Southern Graphics Council International (SGCI) Conference 2015. I will be speaking on the "Art, Science, and the Historical Perspective" panel.

Find out more here, http://web.utk.edu/~sphere/Pages/Panel_Reser.html