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Dimensions 2021 Virtual Jurors' Critique
Dimensions is the Saskatchewan Craft Council’s biennial, open, juried, touring exhibition which encourages and rewards excellence in hand crafted work.

Please join jurors David Freeman and Jane Kidd for an overview of the jury process and thoughts about the works for Dimensions 2021, followed by questions from the audience. The critique session by the jurors is open to all.

We ask that any questions are asked at registration. In order to prepare for the critique, SCC staff require that all questions are submitted through this registration form by Thursday April 29, 12pm. Registration will remain open until the event begins, May 1 at 2pm, but questions will not be accepted.
If time permits, live questions may be answered at the end of the critique, following questions from registration.

The Saskatchewan Craft Council would like to acknowledge the support of Creative Saskatchewan and the City of Saskatoon.

May 1, 2021 02:00 PM in Saskatchewan

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David Freeman
Dimensions 2021 Online Juror
David Freeman has custom built exquisite musical instruments since 1980, training emerging luthiers since 1986. He builds with traditional & alternative woods, researching new sound concepts, drawing from various Masters. Acoustic design and structure are important, working with the subtleties of sound board thicknesses, bracing, mass, stiffness and wood types to develop different sounds. In addition to traditional pearl inlays, David has used agate, jade, jewels, and silver in his instruments. He has used both stone and metal as stand-alone carvings and jewelry pieces. David operates a private vocational school in musical instrument construction in Tugaske, Saskatchewan.
Jane Kidd
Dimensions 2021 Online Juror
ane Kidd currently lives on Salt Spring Island in British Columbia. Her beautiful, technically demanding and conceptually rich tapestries provoke profound questions about handcraft, disciplinary knowledge and the importance of bringing historical practices into the contemporary art arena for critical discussion and debate. Her work is to be found in private and public collections including the Canada Council Art Bank, the Department of Foreign Affairs, the Alberta Art Foundation, and The Canadian Museum of History. In 2016 she was awarded the Saidye Bronfman Award, a Governor General's Award for Visual and Media Arts, Canada's foremost distinction for excellence in the visual arts. (Photo credit: John Cameron)