Publications and Talks

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L to R Bernice Vincent, Sheila Curnoe (standing), unknown artist kneeling w. striped shirt, Greg Curnoe (rear), Owen Curnoe in stroller, Charles Vincent sitting on floor. Collection Don Vincent Institutions of Regionalism: Artist Collectivism in London, Ontario, 1960–1990 by Christopher Régimbal
Bernice Vincent: Time and Travels Image C Magazine, Exhibition Review, Winter 2014
The Beat Article, Summer 2013 – Vincent and Ondaatje: A retrospective intersect, By Beth Stewart
image of The Beat Aug 2011 cover The Beat Article, August 2011 – Land ho: Sighting Land at Museum London, By Beth Stewart
imatge of city woman article july aug 2010 City Woman Article, Summer 2010
image of artscape Dec 2008 cover Artscape Article and Cover, December 2008
All Around Me… All Around You
University of Manitoba Exhibition Catalogue
image of dayton portraits front cover Alan Dayton Portraits Catalogue Excerpt (1986)
image of vanguard summer 1986 article Vanguard Article, Summer 1986
Christopher Régimbal: Institutions of Regionalism: Artist Collectivism in London, Ontario, 1960–1990
Changes, Bernice Vincent / Robert McKaskell at Toronto Reference Library
Imagining Resistance: Visual Culture and Activism in Canada, edited by J. Keri Cronin, Kirsty Robertson
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Talks

Bernice Vincent also gave a number of talks throughout her life about art making and the artistic community of London.

I will be posting more here as I get them compiled.

Penn Kemp Interview with Bernice Vincent about “Memory Keepers”

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Audio courtesy community radioExchange – The National Campus and Community Radio Association

Here is an excellent video of a panel about the Founding Members of the Forest City Gallery. The audio is a bit spotty. You may have to turn up your speakers to hear some of the conversation. [Video provided by Mark Favro]