Dream a nü Dream Exhibit Opening!

Featuring the inspiring collaboration of Soul Artist Laüra Hollick and Photographer Kevin Thom

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Join Musea Curator, Shiloh Sophia, with featured Soul Artist, Laura Hollick and Photographer Kevin Thom for the unveiling of the Dream a nü Dream virtual exhibit, and lively conversation about self-expression, making ourselves art, and letting creativity flow.

About the Solo Exhibit

Dream a nü Dream is about re-imagining a world in which the richness of human creativity can work in partnership with the Earth’s majesty.

As we face the birth canal of these transformational times, there is a deeper call to remember our roots and grow new ways of being that honor and revere beauty, creativity, nature, and its cycles.

The colors of the rainbow guide us through this exhibition. They represent the full spectrum of human creativity and our capacity for creative expression. Color takes us through a journey to re-imagine how we can be on the Earth, honoring her majestic beauty while simultaneously bringing forth our creativity and wild imagination.

Each image in this show is a glowing portal that opens into the richness of our soul’s imagination, a way to hear the whispers and roars of the Earth’s desire for us to Dream a nü Dream.

About Soul Artist Laüra’s Hollick

Laüra Hollick is an award-winning artist and visionary guide. She is the creator of Soul Art®, a creative healing method practiced by artists around the world to connect with their spirit, heal, and unleash their unique creative expression.

Laüra started her art journey as a child with a rich imagination. She went on to cultivate her creativity at the Dundas Valley School of Art and then received an Honors Degree in Fine Art from McMaster University.

Her art career has taken her through many mediums and methods including collage, painting, sculpture, costume, dance, installation, and most notably, embodiment art where Laüra uses herself as the art medium.

Laüra’s creative inspiration has touched hearts around the world through her Soul Art School, Soul Art Certification program, public art projects like the “Rainbow House,” and global events like International Soul Art Day, nü Icon Movie, the Global Vision Quest, and Yoni Art Fest.

Laüra hosted over 500 radio shows for 93.3 FM CFMU called “The Artist’s Lifestyle,” where she interviewed over a thousand artists, visionaries and thought leaders on the role of art in our society. BRAVO TV created a documentary about Laüra’s art and life called “The Artist’s Life-Laura Hollick.”

Laüra has been working with photographer Kevin Thom since 2005. Their first photoshoot collaboration was captured in the BRAVO documentary. They have travelled the world together, creating images that capture her colorful imagination and the majestic beauty of nature.

Laüra is passionate about exploring, expressing, and embodying essence on Earth.

Visit Laura Hollick’s website: https://www.laurahollick.com/

Social: @laurahollicksoulartstudio

About Photographer Kevin Thom

Kevin Thom is an award-winning Canadian photographer and multimedia artist.

Kevin takes an art-centred approach to all of his photography. A hallmark of his style is a distinct focus on visual communication. He honed this through the development of his conceptual photo series called “Elemental.” This series distills its subject matter to its most essential element, whether that be a shape, texture, color, attitude, or emotion, then highlights it using dramatic and unorthodox lighting, angles, perspective, and composition.

Kevin is also an experienced video producer, shooting and editing documentary and cinematic videos, primarily in collaboration with his creative partner Laüra Hollick.

Kevin is a classically trained musician who learned piano through the prestigious Royal Ontario Conservatory of Music. He adapted his classical music training to a more improvisational style and now produces music for many of his video projects.

Kevin loves discovering and using new tools to advance his art. He was an early adopter of using drones to find unusual perspectives, as well as using small gimbals and other stabilizing gear to create smooth, dramatic camera movements.

Kevin’s work has appeared in magazines, on book covers, and in other publications around the world. He has exhibited his artistic and conceptual photography in Canada and the US, as well as overseas.

Shiloh Sophia with Laüra Hollick at her Studio in Ontario in 2013. Photo credit: Kevin Thom

We look forward to having you as a guest at the Museum for this incredible multimedia LIVE experience. The show will run for one hour, and will feature the unveiling of the Dream a nü Dream Exhibit Presentation, as well as an Artist Interview with both Laüra and Kevin on their creative process and philosophies.

This event is open to the public and we invite you to share the this invitation link with your family, friends and community to join you for an Artist Date, that will surely inspire your own self expression!

See you at the museum…

UPDATE: This Exhibit is now featured in iMusea. Visit Dream a nü Dream!