Ross Creek Gallery


by Glenn Gear
July 1st – October 31st, 2021

Experience an immersive installation of story, sound, and collage, at Ross Creek, produced by upcoming artist in residence, Glenn Gear. Itsumani is an expression used in Inuktitut when telling a story, and roughly translates as “at that time”, or once upon a time, in reference to the past. Come see Gear’s wonderful collages up close, from the Immasak series, and watch how they come to life within the world of the featured Kablunât animation.
Visitors are welcome at Ross Creek to view the exhibit at no cost. 
Opening Thursday, July 1st from 10am-4pm.
​Tuesday through Saturday at  5:15pm-9:00pm  AND Sunday at 12pm-4pm starting July 2nd.
All visitors are asked to wear masks, and asked to sign in to the centre upon arrival.

Gear is a filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist of mixed Inuit ancestry (Nunatsiavut), originally from Corner Brook Newfoundland and currently based in Montréal, Québec. His work delves into the relationships between people, animals, and land, rethinking the spaces in which history, hope and Inuit knowledge may thrive. The artist is featured in INUA, the inaugural exhibition of Qaumajuq at the WAG, and was long-listed for the 2021 Sobey Art Awards

Gear was also one of the artists commissioned by Think Shift Inc. and APTN to create a design for the 2021 Indigenous Day Live event (pictured below). The event can be streamed with a free trial of APTN Lumi.

For more information you can visit his website!


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