News: October 1, 2022

Paul Walde is presenting new work at the University of Victoria’s Legacy Galleryin the exhibition Piers which is a group exhibition showing contemporary artwork ranging across media by 18 artists spanning generations, nationalities, and backgrounds, exploring how artists’ practices change through teaching, learning, and mentorship. Additional participating artists include Katie Bethune-Leamen, Cedric Bomford, Lauren Brinson, Yan Wen Chang, Megan Dickie, Laura Dutton, Annika Eriksson, Daniel Laskarin, James Legaspi, Christopher Lindsay, Evan Locke, Danielle Proteau, Hollis Roberts, Jennifer Stillwell, Beth Stuart, Grace Tsurumaru, and Walde’s former professor Arlene Stamp. The exhibition opened on September 29th and runs until December 22nd and is located at 630 Yates street in Victoria, Canada.

News: June 15, 2022

Requiem for a Glacier is featured in an exhibition at the Columbia Valley Arts Centre in Invermere BC. This is the first time this work will be presented in this community which hosted, supported, and inspired the work! The opening is on June 25th and runs until June 30th, 2022. There will be an artist talk about the work on June 25th at 8PM.

News: June 1, 2022

Paul Walde will be presenting 3 new works in a group exhibition entitled Still Standing: Ancient Forest Futures at the Legacy Gallery in Victoria. Still Standing: Ancient Forest Futures brings together Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists to reflect on our relationship with old-growth forests in B.C. from a range of cultural and philosophical perspectives. The exhibition explores the relationships between art, ecology and activism in order to envision futures which honour reciprocal relationships with nature. Artists in the exhibition include: Carey Newman, Connie Morey, Gord Hill, Heather Kai Smith, Jeremy Herndl, Jordan Hill, Kelly Richardson, Kyle Scheurmann, Mike Andrew McLean, Rande Cook, and Valerie Salez. The show opens June 25th from 4-6pm and continues until Sept 17, 2022.

News: March 20, 2022

The Alaska Variations 3-channel video installation is featured in a solo exhibition at Indexical in Santa Cruz, California as part of their year-long exhibition series Landscape & Life curated by Gabriel Saloman Mindel. The show will be on view from April 1, 2022 to June 5, 2022. Paul Walde will be attendance Friday, April 1, 2022 from 5pm to 9pm PDT and for an artist talk the following day: Saturday, April 2, 2022 at 1pm PDT.