Interdisciplinary

CURATORIAL WORK, EXHIBITIONS, PERFORMANCES, EVENTS

Mare Internum, street performance version (May 2014). Photos by Mike Rollo.

Mare Internum, street performance version (May 2014). Photos by Mike Rollo.

Mare Internum – A live audio art durational performance inviting passerby to listen to the sound of the ‘internal ocean’ through a large sea shell, amplifying the sound of Goodwyn’s own body, and that of her baby’s heartbeat. Created in collaboration with Ian Campbell and supported by Holophon. Costuming by Lisa Wicklund from Seed and Amber Goodwyn. Presented at the Cathedral Village Arts Festival, CVAF Holophon concert + CVAF street fair, Regina, SK. (2014)

Item selection from QCWDD #1. Photo by Aidan Morgan.

Item selection from QCWDD #1. Photo by Aidan Morgan.

Queen City Walking Distance Distro – The Queen City Walking Distance Distro is a free, collaborative neighbourhood art distro in Regina, SK. The QCWDD operates out of and delivers to downtown areas like Cathedral, Transitional, and Core. The QCWDD is a free, contributor-based neighbourhood art distro created in the spirit of underground art exchange and dialogue. It operates on foot with lots of good will and excitement. Inspiration comes from the St. Henri Walking Distance Distro, which was started by Paula Belina and Sarah Mangle in 2006 and then was taken on by the Ste. Emilie Skillshare in 2007. (2014)

Slowdance Night – A special event featuring slow dances all night long. Co-hosted with Sherwin Tjia. Various locations in Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa and Regina, in collaboration with the Montreal Fringe Festival, Worn Fashion Journal, New Dance Horizons. (2008-2009, 2014)

IF IT IS SO / TO BE SO IN / GO IN TO IT / AS IT IS SO / IT IS IN US / IS IT AS IF / IT IS OF ME
16mm Loop Projection Installation by Double Negative Collective, CTRL Lab, for Film Pop/Pop Montreal Music Festival, Montréal, QC. (2008)

Curator of the Daughters of Joy video program featuring work by Jackie Gallant & Dayna Macleod, Elin Gustafson, Nicole Koschmann, La Mathilde, Terryll Loffler, Shana Macdonald, Peter Miller, Kathleen K-R, Anita Schoepp and Scott Stark. Presented at the Montreal Fringe Festival + The Warehouse Gallery in Syracuse, NY (2007)

THREADS Joint art show with Anita Schoepp at Galerie L‘Espace, featuring original works by the two artists (2007)

BECAUSE WE DIDN’T FIND WHAT WE WERE LOOKING FOR, WHAT WE FOUND DIDN’T EXIST WITHOUT US 16mm Loop Projection Installation by Double Negative Collective, CTRL Lab, Montréal, QC. (2007)

WORKSHOPS, PUBLIC CONVERSATIONS

2011

Suggested Reading: Dos and Don’ts for DIY Publishing and Dynasty-Building: A personal account of running a big, collaborative project and how to keep it glorious even when it gets messy. (Pop Montreal Lil’ Biz Conference) A half hour presentation geared toward indie business owners with a focus on interpersonal skills and collaboration.

2010

Hot Tips Resource Sharing Workshop (Head & Hands and Project 10)

A conversation and activity-based workshop to share skills learned as Head & Hands Office Coordinator to youth providing resources and active listening to other youth as part of the Sense Project (peer-based sex-ed initiative) and queer youth drop-in center Project 10

2009

M@king Waves: The Whistlestop Project

A multi-generational, multi-city traveling series of recorded conversations with feminist artists across Canada

2008

Thinking Smut: A Panel Discussion and Film Screening

(McGill University) An academic conference hosted by Graduate Group for Feminist Scholarship and sponsored by Queer McGill & QPIRG Concordia

Storytelling in Craft: Artist Talk by Amber Goodwyn (Puces Pop)

Discussion regarding work exhibited during the Pop Montreal music festival

 Can we say what we really mean when it comes to sex?           

(Concordia University’s University of the Streets series)

2007

Living Outside of the System! Education: to teach, must we be taught?        

(Concordia University’s University of the Streets series)

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