News July 2011
Roberta Holden has been invited to display her series Studies In Sea Ice at The Cultch in Vancouver, Canada. The exhibit will run from 12 August to 11 September, 2011.
Studies In Sea Ice by Roberta Holden has been featured in the Centre for Sustainable Practices in the Art’s Quarterly Issue 5.
Roberta Holden has been invited to showcase her series Studies In Sea Ice at the Scandinavian Centre in Burnaby, Canada at their annual Art Fair on 26 – 27 February 2011.
Roberta Holden has been accepted to exhibit The Stillness of Motion: Changing Polar Landscapes four times this winter in Vancouver, Canada. Two exhibits will be group shows, the first at The Cultch from 24 January to 13 February and then at Vancouver Darkroom Co-op beginning on 5 February. These exhibits will be followed shortly thereafter by solo exhibits at Performance Works from 15 February to 17 April followed by the Jericho Arts Centre from 17 February to 20 March 2011.
Roberta Holden’s image “Opening Closed Doors I” has been selected for Blue Sky Gallery’s 35th anniversary group exhibit at the Office of Mayor Sam Adams and the lobby of the Newmark Theatre at the Portland Center for the Performing Arts in Portland, Oregon, USA. Both exhibitions will begin the first week of October and run for three months to coincide with Blue Sky‘s 35th anniversary.
An image from Roberta Holden’s Studies In Sea Ice series has resulted in her being shortlisted for CIWEM’s 2010 Environmental Photographer of the Year Award. Winners to be announced in September 2010.
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