Project Summary for Solo Museum Exhibit, MVTM 2018.

Project Summary for Solo Museum Exhibit, MVTM 2018.

Click the link to view the Project Summary for my solo exhibit at the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum, 2018. It includes some visual samples of the proposed works. I just completed my first grant application to the Canada Council for the Arts tonight – something I have been procrastinating on for years. Grateful for the feedback received… Read More

Reflections: Vernissage @ Café Mulligan

Reflections: Vernissage @ Café Mulligan

The students of my intro to acrylic painting class are proud to announce their Spring show. I’ll have a big new piece up too. This exhibition is the culmination of a ten week Winter course of painting study and practice, done by a variety of beginner and intermediate artists from the region. They pushed their creative boundaries, using paint… Read More

Inspirations : Winter 2017

Inspirations : Winter 2017

“The most demanding part of living a lifetime as an artist is the strict discipline of forcing oneself to work steadfastly along the nerve of one’s own most intimate sensitivity.” – Anne Truitt, sculptor. Quote from The Writing Life, the agonies of process, and a New Year’s Resolution. //  7:49 am sunrise, hwy 401 (rideshare took… Read More

New partnership: Ottawa Art Gallery + Odawa Native Friendship Centre

New partnership: Ottawa Art Gallery + Odawa Native Friendship Centre

Supremely stoked and proud to announce that the Youth Art Nature Camp my friend Carol Goodman and I have been stewarding for the past 8 Summers at 100 Mile Farm in Wakefield, Québec will be stepping into a partnership with The Ottawa Art Gallery and Odawa Native Friendship Centre for two magical weeks this July 2017. We’ll… Read More

Ongoing research: Interdisciplinary Water-based Art Show @ MVTM, March 2018

Ongoing research: Interdisciplinary Water-based Art Show @ MVTM, March 2018

Too few words to express how much is underway as I’ve been preparing for this multi-year, water-based art project for a gallery show at the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum (community consultation; intuitive site work; research; grant-writing, as well as the building of a functional studio space this Summer — allowing for room to breathe, be… Read More

VISION’ART 2016 : festival franco-ontarien d’arts visuels en milieu scolaire

VISION’ART 2016 : festival franco-ontarien d’arts visuels en milieu scolaire

Grateful for any chance to open minds on the different forms art can take. I’ve been preparing for two art and ecology themed workshops geared to hundreds of students travelling to Ottawa this Thursday and Friday from across the province for the 6th edition of the Vision’Art Festival, offered to students of the Conseil des écoles catholiques… Read More

Water = Life: Workshop at Kitigan Zibi Kikinamadinan School

Water = Life: Workshop at Kitigan Zibi Kikinamadinan School

Last Friday, November 4th, the InterconnectedWatershed project headed to Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation (confluence of the Désert + Gatineau Rivers). I was grateful to be able to spend time with Water and Youth from the area I consider to be my home region. What an honour to hear the Youth’s water stories, to offer creative… Read More

IN CONVERSATION: GAIL BOURGEOIS + EMILY ROSE MICHAUD, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

IN CONVERSATION: GAIL BOURGEOIS + EMILY ROSE MICHAUD, SEPTEMBER 15, 2016

Join us for a conversation at the Ottawa Art Gallery on Thursday, September 15, 6:30-8:30 pm. Artists Gail Bourgeois and Emily Rose Michaud will take a closer look, with the public, at the exhibition Correspondence from roots to rhizomes to mycelial networks. Refreshments will be served, and the event is free. Facebook event here. Presented by the… Read More

Panel presentation: Dissections, September 7, 2016.

Panel presentation: Dissections, September 7, 2016.

Alongside Cecilia Chen, I’ll be speaking at this Dissections event in Montreal next Wednesday — themes inspired by Joan Jonas: From Away, currently on view at DHC/ART. Water’s on our agenda. See information below. Jonas is an American visual artist + pioneer of video/performance art, one of the most important female artists to emerge in… Read More

Drawing workshop: InterconnectedWatershed, August 20, 2016.

Drawing workshop: InterconnectedWatershed, August 20, 2016.

Call for participation from the community: Come one and all! This is a drop in, all ages, free drawing workshop held outdoors, by the shores of the Gatineau River on Saturday, August 20. Materials provided. Facilitated by Emily Rose Michaud http://emilyrosemichaud.com/ Inspired by the power of water for bringing people together, this will be the… Read More

New works: InterconnectedWatershed, August 19th, 2016.

New works: InterconnectedWatershed, August 19th, 2016.

Join us for InterconnectedWatershed: two visual artists reflect upon their surrounding watershed, sourcing their work from the Gatineau River and Chelsea Creek in Western Quebec. All welcome to the vernissage on Friday, August 19th, 6-8pm. Show runs until Thursday, September 23rd, 2016. Emily Rose Michaud will present her cyanotype-based drawings with elements from around the… Read More

Star & Snake Art Residency | Center Harbor, New Hampshire

Star & Snake Art Residency | Center Harbor, New Hampshire

It’s been two months. Still basking in the glow of the talented humans whom I had the pleasure of working alongside, as artist in residence at Star & Snake, in Center Harbor, New Hampshire. For two weeks, I made art and was lodged in a reclaimed, turn of the century Catholic church — currently transforming into an inspirational space for retreats, events,… Read More

Return, II

Return, II

Saturday evening. Back to the dust for this one, where he belongs (thanks to 100 Mile Farm for fire space). The last time this old tapestry saw light was a super 8mm film projection of the River at Gallery 101. Time to make room for something new. Return, II   Read More

Chimeda – We Are Paddling

Chimeda – We Are Paddling

So many thanks and much respect to be given. To the Youth who have shown us how reconciliation is done, and most especially to Water for bringing us together. “Reconciliation is about healing relationships, building trust and working out our differences.” – Romeo Saganash, NDP MP Last week I had the privilege of accompanying a group… Read More

Return, I

Return, I

Plastic & plant matter getting it on in my parking lot this afternoon. Preparing for a week of work / camping at 100 Mile Farm. Also, a time to get this baby back to the dust to whom he belongs. The last time this old tapestry saw light was a super 8mm film projection of… Read More

Brewery Creek, Day 6 + 7

Brewery Creek, Day 6 + 7

Tent City: Inconvenient Shelter / Invisible People (in progress). Been thinking about life circumstance lately. How, despite the grandest of plans, we are brought to places we did not imagine ourselves to be. The last few Saturday afternoons, I have gone with my cedar posts to the shores of Brewery Creek, across from an encampment, known… Read More

Welcome!

Welcome!

And it’s live! Welcome to my new website and blog! I am excited to FINALLY have a place where my project archives can live, as well as a blog in which I will be sharing my writings, works in progress, and experimental creations. Read More

Interview on CKUT

Interview on CKUT

Hey people. If you’re curious, here’s a link to a CKUT interview I did in Montreal with Vincent Tinguely (of the Kitchen Bang Bang Law show). Scroll forward, to 0:20:00. See Vince’s blog/playlist. Nous allons avoir un jardin très bientôt! L’atelier “Pouvoir aux pousses” est en cours! Librairie Drawn + Quarterly, 211 Bernard Ouest, Montreal. And here’s… Read More

Culture in the Schools | La culture à l’école

Culture in the Schools | La culture à l’école

Programme La culture à l’école, automne2015 Culture in the Schools | Bookings for Fall 2015! View this email in your browser Programme La culture à l’école : réservez dès maintenant pour l’automne 2015! Artists in the School Program: Book now for Fall 2015! Atelier fées et superhéros | Wings & Things workshop, E.R.M, 2012. >>Veuillez svp faire circulez… Read More