Petite Envelope Urbaine #11

Haig Aivazian, Christian Barre, Hugues Charbonneau*, Natacha Clitandre, Susan Coolen, Trevor Gould, Interceiving, and Victoria Stanton, Andrew Burger, Jeremy Boyle, T. Foley, Thad Kellstadt, Bob Kollar, Benjamin Kroh, Jen Morris*, Carrie Schneider, Owen Smith, Third Termite Press, and Hyla Willis

1/1/2004 - 1/1/2004

Petite Envelope Urbaine #11: Science Fiction as Social Commentary

Petite Enveloppe Urbaine is an artist run publication that originated in Montreal in 1998 with the intention of creating a more accessible, affordable, and spontaneous method of disseminating art. The Enveloppe provides young artists with a means for exposure within a collaborative, non-profit setting while providing an alternative comment on urban life. Produced in editions of 50, each envelope includes 5-10 small artworks on a common theme. This edition, No. 11: Science Fiction as Social Commentary, is a joint release between Montreal and Pittsburgh, coordinated by its founding member Hugues Charbonneau in Montreal and Jen Morris in Pittsburgh. In addition to the publication’s launch, an exhibition featuring all of the participating Montreal and Pittsburgh artists will parallel the Pittsburgh launch at the new gallery SPACE as part of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s Quebec Festival.

The artists of the Montreal envelope: Haig Aivazian, Christian Barre, Hugues Charbonneau*, Natacha Clitandre, Susan Coolen, Trevor Gould, Interceiving, and Victoria Stanton.

The artists of the Pittsburgh envelope: Andrew Burger, Jeremy Boyle, T. Foley, Thad Kellstadt, Bob Kollar, Benjamin Kroh, Jen Morris*, Carrie Schneider, Owen Smith, Third Termite Press, and Hyla Willis.

* PEU coordinatorsWomen’s History Month