Not much actually :-D I think I forgot to mention that I have been working six days a week this summer. My contract ended at the end of May. I was bummed! Summer is the worst time to find a job. I was offered a one day a week paid summer position at the resource centre for an artist run centre, which I gladly jumped on. Then my old workplace asked me to come back!
I hated to let the resource centre down, so I stuck to my agreement. There really isn't a cooler place to work than the John Snow House. It's actually a century home, as it was built in 1912.
Calgary artist John Snow lived there until he died in 2004. Now The New Gallery uses it as a home for their archives, artist in residence program and Artist Trading Card night.
I have been working on inventorying and cataloguing the archive along with the summer student. It's been a lot of hard work, but worth it to discover all the cool stuff and artsy ephemera. Merely shuffling through the items has been a great historical lesson - I honestly would not have thought that so much artsy stuff happened here in Calgary. It's a perception that a lot of people are working hard to change!