Join us at Art Bar & Projects to celebrate the launch of SITELINES, a self-published book that has been 4+ yeas in the making!
The launch party will be from 7PM to 10PM and will feature readings and works by the contributing artists starting at 7:30. Refreshments will be available and Art Bar provides a cash/square bar.
Since 2013, Eyelevel Gallery has existed as an itinerant gallery—eschewing the traditional model in favour of more experimental forms of visual art presentation. Responding to success in offsite projects, Eyelevel has taken ownership of its reputation as a wandering body, energetically pursuing the model’s potential for artistic facilitation. Sitelines responds to this tradition—and investigates the projects undertaken in these first years as a “spaceless” gallery. Including contributions by Ursula Handleigh, Angela Henderson, Francesca Ekwuyasi, Julie Hollenbach, Andrew Patterson, and Grace Stratton, Sitelines exists as both a catalogue of a program, and an artistic document in and of itself. This is a shift away from speculative exhibition catalogues, traditionally published alongside of an exhibition. Sitelines is published by Eyelevel, and is designed by Jayme Spinks.
Eyelevel thanks all participating artists and contributors for your patience, energy, and ideas. We gratefully acknowledge the work of the Artistic Directors who shepherded this project through their time at Eyelevel: Katie Belcher, Julia McMillan and Sally Wolchyn-Raab with a particular thank you to Katie for her vision, direction, and editing.
A heartfelt thank you to Program Assistants Manet Dykes, Grace Stratton, Ryan Josey and Sophia Dime, and designer Jayme Spinks in bringing this publication to print. Thanks also to the Eyelevel Board of Directors, the Programming Committee, and to those who generously volunteered their time on the Sitelines working committee—Maeghan Banks, Sean Farmer, Matthew McLellan, and Jack Wong.
This project was supported by a project grant from Arts Nova Scotia and received employment support from Canadian Heritage through Young Canada Works Building Careers in Heritage. Lastly, we gratefully acknowledge financial contributions from The Canada Council for the Arts, Arts Nova Scotia, and the City of Halifax, whose ongoing funding makes our programming possible.
Sitelines is available for distribution, if you would like to carry copies for sale, please contact Sally Wolchyn-Raab at firstname.lastname@example.org