Water Under the Bridge: A Highly Subjective History
Melody Jacobson's exhibition, Water Under the Bridge: A Highly Subjective History was held in The New Gallery's +15 Window located in the Epcor Centre, Calgary, from February to March 2005. The exhibition presented a schematic drawing of the history of The New Gallery.

Founded in 1974, TNG (then the Clouds 'n Water Gallery and Visual Production Society, and later Off Centre Centre) has provided the impetus for the formation of several other Calgary arts organizations, including One Yellow Rabbit, EMMEDIA, and Mountain: Standard Time, among others. Jacobson's work provided a visual overview of this fascinating and intertwining history.
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exhibition image > slide
Year 2005
Coverage (yyyy-mm-dd) February 01 to March 31 2005
Credit line Image from the collection of The New Gallery
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Window (was exhibited in)