Challenge and success

Not So Easy Street

The Fifty Fifty Arts Collective is hosting a group art show featuring Aubrey Burke, Emilio Rojas (Vancouver), Julie Gennai, Katherine Porter, Miriam Arbus (Toronto) and Edmonton's Maegan Rose Mehler, Fish Griwkowsky, Rachelle Liette Bowen, Mackenzy Albright and Josh Holinaty.

Amixed group of Victoria and Edmonton artists are joining forces for a group therapy session in the form of a traveling art show. Not So Easy Street will grace the walls of Victoria’s Fifty Fifty Arts Collective for three weeks, beginning with an opening reception Sept. 29 at 7 p.m. Curated by Aubrey Burke (current Minister of the Ministry of Casual Living) and Maegan Rose (winner of the BMO First Art award for BC), each artist was asked to tackle a personal struggle in their art. The show moves to Edmonton in November. M

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