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Masters student Bettina Forget exhibits in ARTEspace

October 27, 2016

web-craters09nw2 Blagg crater (Bettina Forget)
web-craters09nw3 Bok crater (Bettina Forget)

Bettina Forget, an Art Education Master’s student, is exhibiting works from three different series in our arteSPACE gallery, room EV 2.619 from October 3, 2016 to November 11, 2016.

Forget is the Director of Visual Voice Gallery that exhibits art that is in dialogue with science and was also the Art/Science researcher for the SETI institute’s Artist-in-Residence program.

Included in her exhibit is a series of pieces that were featured in two Globe and Mail articles of March 2016, Work in Progress and The women on the moon. She is also exhibiting her Stardust series which incorporates Amelia Earhart against astronomical backdrops, as well as a double sided piece featuring Europa above Jupiter. Bettina’s works are a fascinating exploration of hard science (Astronomy) and Fine Arts.

Please pop by to see her work to experience the full effect!  

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