Monday, June 5, 2017

Advertisements - Promotions For The "Healing Process" Artist Talk

Today I found these advertisements for the coming "Healing Process"Artist Talk at the Art Gallery of St. Albert online. Heck with advertising maybe there will be a CROWD as mentioned by the gallery. Kind of cool to have advertising to an event your speaking at. Would love to show my father these, I think he would get a kick out of it, maybe even love it. The AGSA gallery folk must have put these out in the Edmonton surrounding areas. Probably more adverts out there still.

On some of the links you can sign up for to hear the talk. Gosh they expecting so many folks? There is a sign up procedure?  I better do a decent job on this thing, for the gallery, for the guests and most of all for my father.

Note *The money earned from the talk will be donated to help the children living in the Mae Sot Thailand garbage dump, on behalf of my father. A beautiful gift from dad.

Details of the talk:


Thu, 31 August 2017
6:30 PM – 7:30 PM MDT


Art Gallery of St. Albert
19 Perron Street
St. Albert, AB - Alberta T8N 1E5


Date: Thursday, Aug 31, 6:30 -7:30pm.
Cost: FREE (donations welcomed)
Location: Art Gallery of St. Albert
“The day I found out my father had pancreatic cancer, his life, my life and my family’s lives’ changed forever. A terrible loss was coming, the clock had started ticking. We would all never be the same. I spent the next 13 months photographing dad, telling his story and mine.” (Gerry Yaum)
Social documentary photographer Gerry Yaum seeks to tell the stories of forgotten and marginalised people. His deeply personal series My Father's Last Days documents the final months of his father's battle with pancreatic cancer. Through a sequence of poignant black and white portraits, Yaum endeavours to understand and capture his father's struggle and create a memorial to him.
In conjunction with the exhibition Healing Process, Art Gallery of St. Albert invites you to learn more about photographer Yaum’s poignant series, My Fathers Last Days, featured in part, in the exhibition. An Artist’s talk will take place on Thursday, Aug 31, 6:30 -7:30pm. This event is free (donations welcomed).
Learn more about the exhibit at
(register early, space is limited)

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