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Bryan Faubert received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Nova Scotia University of Art and Design and his Master of Fine Arts from the University of Calgary in 2020.  In 2014 he opened Studio 34, a sculpture studio, where he taught workshops and classes and conducted his own studio endeavors.  This space was about accessibility to the public to experiment and learn, creating shared knowledge.  Bryan is a member of the Wolf-Sheep Arthouse Collective in Victoria and an artist at the nvrlnd. Arts Foundation in Calgary.  Faubert’s exhibition history stretches from Nova Scotia to Toronto, down to Mexico and back up to Vancouver and is comprised of graffiti expositions, installations, pop-ups, artist run centres, public sculpture and commercial venues.  Last spring Bryan travelled to New York to apprentice with internationally acclaimed sculptor Cal Lane, this endeavor has inspired his current public sculpture with a C-Train car, which may become the new home base for Studio 34 in Calgary.

TECHNIQUE
EXPERTISE
AWARDS

2020 - The Awesome Grant, Awesome Without Boarders ($1250)
2020 - Calgary Arts Development, Project Grant Program ($10, 000)
2019 - Alberta Graduate Excellence Scholarships (AGES) - Master’s Research ($11, 000)
2019 - Anne Severson Memorial Graduate Scholarship in Fine Arts, University of Calgary ($2000) 2019 - Alberta Foundation For the Arts, Graduate Scholarship ($7000)
2018 - Queen Elizabeth II, Academic Scholarship, University of Calgary ($7200)
2016 - Light Up the Night Paint Out, Honorarium, Ladysmith ($500)
2002 - David Lanier Scholarship, Nova Scotia University of Art and Design “Big Hat No Cattle”- sculpture scholarship ($500)
2001 - The Mackenzie Fund, Nova Scotia University of Art and Design, GPA scholarship ($500)

PAST EXHIBITIONS

Selected Solo Exhibitions                                                                                                                                                      
2020 - ‘MaSh-Up IV: [In]Between Never, nvrlnd. Nvrlnd Arts Foundation, Calgary, AB
2019 - ‘Out From Out Where, Beyond the Knowable: Experiments in Automatism’, The Little Gallery, University of Calgary, AB
2018 - ‘Out From Out Where: The Unknowable, Botega Gallery, Banff, AB
2018 - ‘Out From Out of Here: Temporary Farewell Exhibition’, Nanaimo Arts Council, B.C
2017 - ‘Backed Into A Corner-MaSh-UP III’, Lucid Boutique, Nanaimo, B.C
2016 - ‘SmAShed-MaSh-UP II’, Wolf-Sheep Arthouse, Victoria, B.C
2015 - ‘New Works and Other Tasty Hotdogs’, Gallery 1580, Victoria, B.C
2007 - ‘More Is Less, Except When It’s More’, Vice Magazine Store, Toronto, ON
2006 - ‘Maximalism, Con’t’, La Palette, Toronto, ON
2005 - ‘Duology’, The Burston Gallery, Toronto, ON
2004 - ‘Urban Works’, Delphic, Toronto, ON
Selected Group Exhibitions                                                                                                                                                 
2019 - ‘Landed’, NVR LND, Calgary, AB
2017 - ‘The Dead Will Come To Play’, Trounce Alley Gallery, Victoria, B.C
2017 - The Jean Burns Project, public installation in collaboration with Culture and Heritage Department Out Door Temporary Art Initiative, Nanaimo, B.C
2016 - ‘Zed Hotel Graffiti Exposition’, in collaboration with Wolf-Sheep Arthouse, Victoria, B.C
2016 - ‘Vancouver Symphony Music and Visual Arts Show’, The Port Theatre, Nanaimo, B.C
2015 - ‘Roam Gallery’, stable, Vancouver B.C
2004 - 2007-‘Toronto Annual 416 Graffiti Exposition’, Queen St W, Toronto, ON
2002 - ‘Drawing Marathon’, 36 hour drawing installation , Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, NS 2001/02 - ‘A Word to the Wise’, Khyber Arts Centre, Halifax, NS
Selected Public Works                                                                                                                                                          2020 - ‘Bodhi Among the Trees’, Bow Valley Ranche, Calgary, AB
2020 - ‘NYC/MTA:YYC/LRT’, Nvrlnd Arts Foundation, Calgary, AB ($35, 000)
2020 - ‘Out From Out Where: Beyond Liminality’, Mafeo-Sutton Park, Temporary Public Art Initiative, Honorarium, Nanaimo, B.C ($4000)
2019/20 - ‘Among the Trees’, Out Door Public Art Project, Calgary Arts Development Funded, AB ($2400)
2019-20 - ‘Out From Out Where X’, Mafeo-Sutton Park, Temporary Public Art Initiative, Honorarium, Nanaimo, B.C ($2000)
2017-18 - ‘Core II: Germination’, Mafeo-Sutton Park, Temporary Public Art Initiative, Honorarium, Nanaimo, B.C ($1000)
2016-17 - ‘Core’, Mafeo-Sutton Park, Temporary Public Art Initiative, Honorarium, Nanaimo, B.C ($1000)

PUBLICATIONS

2020 - Contemporary Calgary, ‘Field Trip’ - https://www.fieldtrip.art/field-trips/bryan-faubert-nyc/ mtayyc/lrt-pandemic-liminality
2020 - Calgary Herald - https://apple.news/AM4sC__7dR56TfM7a0QvuZw
2020 - CBC Radio Calgary - https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/calgary/ctrain-car- art-1.5513891
2016 - Shaw TV Nanaimo - https://youtu.be/KchJ6yeitMM - Studio34, Nanaimo, B.C
2016 - Shaw TV Nanaimo - https://youtu.be/S1pBmpQr1fg - Public Art Nanaimo, B.C
2015 - Exhibit-V - www.exhibit-v.ca - Youtube Exhibition Review of New Works and Other Tasty Hotdogs, Victoria, B.C
2015 - Navigator VIU Student Press - #10 Vol. 46 - “Where the Art is at: Review on Studio 34”
2014 - Nanaimo Daily News - June 17th - Studio 34 Review, Nanaimo, B.C
2007 - Toronto Star-Annual 416/905 Graffiti Expo, front page, ON
2005 - Artist Lecture-“Sleaze and Titillation” University of Windsor Ontario, ON
2002 - Artist Talk-“Portraits and Landscape Objects” - Nova Scotia University of Art and Design, Anna Leonowens Gallery-Halifax , N.S

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