Gallery in the Truck will create a mobile gallery by transforming a truck into an art venue that will stop in various neighbourhoods in Peterborough throughout Artsweek. We will host a curated art show with artists from the community, chosen by jury based on a call for applications on the theme: “Time/Travel”.
Gallery in the Tuck Curatorial Collective
Ann Jaeger is an honours graduate of OCAD, specializing in textiles who lives and works out of a studio in Peterborough. Her installation work often combines digitally manipulated photography, book design, textiles and writing. With a background in web design and arts administration, she currently writes an online journal about the Peterborough area arts and culture scene, called Trout in Plaid.
Carolyn Code is a sculptor and mixed media artist from Toronto. Carolyn studied fine art and craft at the Kootenay School of the Arts in Nelson, BC and received her BFA from NSCAD University in Halifax, NS. She has exhibited her work in galleries across Canada and in the United States. In addition to her studio practice Carolyn is also an arts administrator with a passion for community arts events and activities. Carolyn now lives in Peterborough, Ontario.
Elizabeth Fennell is a multi-disciplinary creator. Equal parts curator, historian, writer, and artist, she produces works of culture and cultural events through her independently curated project-Gallery in the House. A graduate of both Trent & Fleming, Fennell’s goal is to enrich the arts community of her chosen home, Peterborough.