Hermann & Audrey produced NXNE Art Festival was featured on NOW Magazines must-see list for NXNE 2014.
Huffington Post Canada interviewed NXNE Art Festival Director, (and Hermann & Audrey Creative Director), Jacquelyn West. The article mentioned the new art program as a part of the NXNE Festival is “Something with imagination. Something with heart. Something that makes you feel.” Also, calling Hermann & Audrey’s Creative Director “a passionate city builder.” Hermann & Audrey took the reigns of NXNE’s Art portion this year for the first time in the festival’s history. Huffington Post Canada pushes the latest Canadian and world news content covering politics, business, lifestyle and the viral web.
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Steve Carty, resident photographer at Hermann & Audrey, was interviewed for Dandyhorse in anticipation of NXNE 2014. The article mentioned that “This year promises to be bigger and better than ever, especially with the inclusion of Carty’s Life Cycles project.” Life Cycles is an outdoors multi-site, cross-city cycling art exhibit that celebrates the bicycle and the people who ride them, led by Steve Carty. Dandyhorse Magazine is Canada’s premier arts and culture magazine for cyclists. Continue reading article →
BlogTO mentioned Hermann & Audrey’s Art Outpost as a part of the NXNE festival, and more specifically, NXNE Art. The Art Outpost was named as one of the top 15 picks of free shows and events at NXNE 2014. The post mentioned that “Hermann & Audrey on Dundas West is hosting an NXNE pop up. While the goodies aren’t free, the browsing, schmoozing, DJs, and lounge atmosphere are yours for the taking.” BlogTO is Toronto’s most-visited web site for local news and culture, best of lists, restaurant reviews and events.
NXNE Art gives people the power to participate – not simply spectate. NXNE Art 2014 brings together influential creators of the North East who are transforming their surroundings and the urban experience.
From well trafficked Yonge-Dundas Square to found spaces on unassuming walls, local and international artists will take over public spaces throughout the city, building highly visible, disruptive installations. Called Urban Takeovers, we’re transforming pedestrian experience, revitalizing lost space, bringing life to alleyways, and bringing forward public engagement rooted in art. Continue reading article →