Martha Street Studio — News

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Exhibition: The Silence of Sovereignty

Aniibiminanaki-Pembina by Dylan Miner, woodcut, 2015


Dylan Miner

June 26th, 2015 to August 7th, 2015
Opening: June 26th, 5-8pm

Artist talk, Friday, June 26th, 5:30pm

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‘Cock Plane and Poodle Plane’ - a new edition of balsa wood planes by Daniel Barrow

Poodle Plane by Daniel Barrow, assembled, 2015


Martha Street Studio is pleased to announce the launch of two new sculptural editions by Sobey award winning artist Daniel Barrow.

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The Elders Say We Don’t Visit Anymore / Dylan Miner

The Elders Say We Don't Visit Anymore, tea and conversation, ongoing


Fridays 1-3pm from June 26th- August 7th, Tea and Conversation,  ALL ARE WELCOME!

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2 heads are better than one!


MSS welcomes Kristin Nelson in her new role as Co-Director.

It’s Official! Larry Glawson and Kristin Nelson are now sharing the former full-time Executive Directorship position. Staff and Board are very excited to welcome Kristin on board. Larry and Kristin will be job sharing all aspects of the position. Kristin will be available Wednesday to Friday for greetings, meetings, coffee and cake. So please feel free to drop by/phone/email/Facebook/Instagram/send pigeons to welcome her to the fold.

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Steal This Poster

short portage

Short Portage


In 2012 Martha Street Studio launched the Steal this Poster project. Artist members are encouraged to come in and produce a small screen edition that will be put up on poster kiosks in the Exchange District. Artists are given complete freedom to produce any image they see fit. The only caveat is that the Martha Street Studio logo has to be integrated into the print in some fashion. The public is free to take them if they want and are encouraged via Face book and our own promtional emails to photograph the poster in it's new home and send the image to MSS. To date we have seen more than 25 editions produced and distributed.