On October 24th, a whole new visual identity for the prize was unveiled by the highly talented creative director, Chris Duchaine. What follows are some remarks from Chris regarding the overall design concept.
On October 24 at 4pm, join us at the Art Gallery of Guelph for the third annual Award Ceremony & Curator’s Talk with Adam Barbu, Winner of the Middlebrook Prize
Get ready for a whole new exhibition at the Art Gallery of Guelph! The 2015 winner of the Middlebrook Prize, curator Adam Barbu, will present his exhibition, The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow, at the Art Gallery of Guelph. The exhibition opens with a reception on September 17, and runs until December 13.
We are pleased to announce that Adam Barbu has been awarded the third annual prize. Barbu’s project, The Queer Feeling of Tomorrow, has been selected as the winning submission and will be featured at the Art Gallery of Guelph from September 17 – December 13, 2015.
We found this interview with Katherine Dennis who was the winner of the inaugural Middlebrook Prize for Young Canadian Curators in 2013. She discusses her reaction to be so honoured and gives a background on her Exhibition “As Perennial as the Grass”