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Installing work at Satellite Project
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Leah Probst installs 54 paintings of coffee cups produced during a live online performance lasting several hours, where she took no breaks (playing on the cheap factory-type labour used to produce 'artwork' for the mass consumer).

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Satellite general poster Winter 2017 FINAL RGB copy
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Student Exhibitions

My second year students present their Annual Second Year Exhibition at The Arts Project (downtown London) as part of the require-ments for the Visual Research 2 course (ARTS-3009). In March, 2016, they worked on the exhibition titled, "Missing". Each student approached the subject in an individual manner though all of them had to conform to a standard format (48" x 48" panel).

In the third year Independent Studio course (Fine Art Studio 6 ARTS-5019) which I co-taught with Tony McAulay and Kelly Wallace  in 2015, with Gary Spearin and Anna Weiselgren in 2016, and with Gary Spearin and Marla Botterill in 2017, students are given the opportunity to exhibit their work at Satellite Project Space in downtown London (a joint venture between Fanshawe College, Western University, Museum London, and until recently, bealart). The Fanshawe College exhibitions have included two and three-person shows by the graduating students. For each exhibition, the participating students create an exhibition poster and invitation with artist statement as well as installing the show and managing all gallery activities. See 2017 exhibitions HERE.

The annual Graduation Exhibition is held at The Arts Project in April each year. For this exhibition, the students produce a full-colour exhibition catalogue and install the exhibition themselves under the direction of the Professors.