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What is your membership level?
Bronze
Do you have a website?
http://www.toscateran.com
In what province are you?
ON
Do you consider yourself a professional, student or emerging artist. Are you a gallery, school, organization or guild?
Professional
In what area of the metal arts do you work?
silversmith, goldsmith, metalsmith, sculptor, other
Tell us about your education.
Life of all kinds and how we as Human beings interact with it and respond to it, has always interested me.Life's transitory and ephemeral nature makes me want to dig further into the psychology of our (Humanity's) universe. Through my own representational language, be it obvious or obscure, I wish to engage the psyche. By employing that which may be real or imagined, I am suggesting a believable structure, yet one not necessarily rational. If we can say that the world of science is synonymous with truth and the world of art with that of fiction, I want to tread a middle ground that is unusual and seemingly beyond belief, yet also familiar.

Audio: www.soundcloud.com/nanotopia
Collab: www.nanotopia.net
Share some of your career highlights or goals.
2016-2017: Nes, artist residency Skagaströnd, Iceland
2016: Honorarium for soundscapes created for POP; showcasing virtual reality, via a series of three summer pop-up installations, Tiff Bell Lightbox Toronto
2015: AiR Gullkistan Centre for Creativity, Iceland
2014: Ontario Arts Council, Project Grant- creation & development
2013: Glass Art Association of Canada, Project Grant recipient
2013: Travel Grant, Canada Council of the Arts
2011: Awarded PAIR Pilchuck Glass school
2011: Alternative candidate for the Christy Wright Art Glass scholarship award, Penland School of Crafts
2010: Awarded General work-study scholarship for Session 1, Penland School of Crafts
2010: Awarded Full scholarship, The Studio at the Corning Museum of Glass, Session 2
2010: Awarded Partial scholarship, Pilchuck Glass School, Session 5 Seattle
2008: Summer Issue (SNAG) Metalsmith Magazine - Studio feature
2007-2010: Resident artist, Ontario Science Centre, Toronto, ON
2005: Short-listed for the New Grounds Grant: Harbourfront Centre Installation
2005: Recipient of the New Voices award for “The Entity” new media installation- Digifest Goes Wild, The Design Exchange Toronto
2005: Featured on Culture.ca, for Digifest Goes Wild @ the Design exchange
2004: Featured on the Poster for Toronto’s Home + Style tour
2004: Featured in Ontario Craft Magazine, Toronto
2003: Review of Digifest ‘Electronic Cities’, The Star,Toronto, ON

Education:
2015/16: Audible objects-arduino programming with Leif Blomquist of MDA- I/A Toronto
2015/16: Unity programming for VR/Augmented reality, I/A Toronto
2011: Private Mig/Tig welding course with Carla Grahn, Seattle
2010: Personal Vocabulary- sculpting borosilicate glass,Instructor: Janis Miltenberger, SA: Jennifer Umphress, The Penland School of Crafts, NC
2010: Flameworking- The Ultimate Details, Instructor: Loren Stump. Corning Glass, NY
2010: Piece by Piece, Flameworking, Instructor: Kari Russelle-Poole. TA: Eunsuh Choi, Brayton Furlong. Pilchuck Glass School, Washington
2009: Colour mixing & the John Burton style of off-hand sculpting borosilicate Instructor: Suellen Fowler, Jesse Kohl – The Studio at the Corning glass, Corning NY
2008: Component Casting w/Glass and Metal. Instructor: Anna Boothe-Urban Glass, Brooklyn, NY
2004: Beginning Glass Blowing- Instructor: Catherine Vamvakas-
Lay, Harbourfront Studios, Toronto, ON
2002-2003: Intro to sensors, PD, Max/MSP & Microcontrollers.
Instructor: Various, Interaccess, Toronto, ON
1994: Japanese Alloys, die making & forming Instructor: Phil Poirier, Santa Fe Metalsmithing School, Santa Fe, NM
1993: Amulets & Talisman Instructor: Harold O’Connor, Taos Art Institute,Taos, NM
1992-1994: Apprenticeship with Olin West, & Mona Van Riper for James Reid Ltd., Santa Fe, NM
1984-1985 Graphic Design, San Francisco Academy of Art, San Francisco, CA, USA
If you have an online store include the link here
http://www.tosca.bigcartel.com

For upcoming installations, workshops, courses and random Nanotopian thoughts, inspirations and collaborations please visit: www.nanopod.me

Workshops & course held out of my studio in Toronto:

http://www.nanopod.tv

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At 12:55am on December 2, 2011, Calvin Dana Munroe said…

Sorry...thought I had replied already...been slammed with correspondence. 

calvin@badassjewellery.com

416-537-1367 (most evenings)

514-973-9984 (mobile)

Thanks...maybe we can catch up after the holiday nonsense.

Cheers.

Dana

At 12:53pm on November 25, 2011, Calvin Dana Munroe said…
Hey there, Tosca. 
I am now in Montreal but would totally be able to help you/client out. I do custom and design consults via phone and web. Imight even be able to come to TO sometime soonish; depending on deadline. What is the project?

Hope you are doing well. What you have on the go these days?
Cheers
At 6:28pm on October 31, 2010, Setsuko Sanagawa said…
Hello,
I am a new member in MAGC. I am very happy to see your works on this site. I have been a big fan of your works in Flickr site!
At 2:44pm on February 20, 2010, Tosca Hidalgo y Terán said…
Hi!
Aww, bummer. Well, I'm in evenings Monday thru Thursday with classes and open studio time. And, attempt to me more frequent during the week days... hope you come by again, Andes rocks! and I would like to meet you!! and Thanks!
At 2:06pm on February 20, 2010, Rickson said…
Hi! I came by Nanotopia in Toronto becuase Andes Cruz and I are online friends and she suggested I come by. No one was there unfortunetly! But it looks like a wonderful space, and your work is phenomenal!

Rickson

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