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    Old Habits

    Through Dec. 1
    Craig Gallery Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth Dartmouth


    Billed as "a new installation exploring the new rise in feminity, feminine power, and the residual tension that remains between old and new ideals- which are still being defined," Lee Cripps' latest exhibit celebrates women and their power as the artist attempts to make peace with who she is. 902-461-4698

    This Does Not Authorize Re-Entry

    Through Dec. 1
    Craig Gallery Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street, Dartmouth Dartmouth


    The latest showcase by Jenny Yujia Shi coincides with the approval of her permanent resident status—a process that’s shaped her life and work for a decade as she’s chronicled the newcomer experience through her art. “I take this opportunity to explore and reflect upon the process of navigating through the Canadian immigration system—a self-hood pieced together with numbers, abbreviated codes and a passport,” her artist’s statement adds. 902-461-4698

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