Friday, September 7, 2018

Charlotte Wilson-Hammond Exhibition In/Visible Comes to Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore

Visual artist and Talent Trust board member Charlotte Wilson-Hammond.
Charlotte Wilson-Hammond with a piece from In/Visible. Photo credit: Elissa Barnard

Talent Trust board member Charlotte Wilson-Hammond brings her exhibition In/Visible to Memory Lane Heritage Village on Nova Scotia’s Eastern Shore.

Charlotte has been active in Nova Scotia’s arts community for the past 30 years, serving on the Board of Governors of NSCAD University, the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia, the Canadian Conference of the Arts, and Canadian Artists Representation (CARFAC). 

She’s also our past chair, and continues to be a respected and active advocate for the arts.

In 2004 Charlotte was awarded the Portia White Prize, a $25,000 award honouring a senior artist in the Province of Nova Scotia. She used part of the award to establish the Charlotte Wilson-Hammond/Visual Arts Nova Scotia Scholarship, which is administered through the Talent Trust.

In/Visible explores the human condition: fragility, ageing, beauty and strength, incorporating images of her own body in the work. 

In/Visible was first exhibited at ARTsPLACE Gallery in Annapolis Royal earlier this year. The exhibition will be at St. F.X. University Gallery November 15 to December 17.

Opening Saturday, September 9, 2:00 - 4:00 p.m.
Exhibition runs September 10 - 16, 2:30 - 2:30 p.m.
Admission: free

The Clam Factory
Memory Lane Heritage Village
28 Clam Harbour Road
Lake Charlotte, Nova Scotia

To learn more about Charlotte and her work, visit her website at

In/Visible, visual art exhibition by Charlotte Wilson-Hammond.

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