Appreciating IBPOC visual cultures with IPA: Indigenous Voices Tour

Thu, Mar 2, 2023 11:00 am - 3:00 pm

Appreciating IBPOC visual cultures with IPA

One of IPA’s goals is to promote understanding between cultures in Vancouver. Currently many artists of diverse origin are on show in Vancouver. You are invited to join a relevant art tour if it interests you. The tours will be led by UCV’s Gerta Moray, an art historian who will provide information and facilitate discussion. You can join us at any point on a tour that suits you. RSVP if you plan to come.

Saturday February 25 –  DIASPORIC VISIONS – Click here for more information


Thursday March 2 –  INDIGENOUS VOICES 

11:00 am Meet at the Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, 639 Hornby St []

See two amazing shows –1.“Through a rich mix of traditional Kwakwaka’wawk music and regalia, contemporary art, film, and historical documentation, Keeping the Song Alive celebrates a unique friendship, the spiritual power of music, and the beauty of preserving ceremonial art and culture for future generations.” And 2. “True to Place: How are painters on the Northwest Coast expanding boundaries while also staying true to historic principles of form, story and place? “ Admission is $10 for seniors

12:30 Lunch break at Chipotle Mexican Grill, 818 Howe St or at the VAG 1931 Gallery Bistro

2:00 pm meet again at Vancouver Art Gallery 750 Hornby St []

at the show Guud san glans Robert Davidson: A Line That Bends But Does Not Break where “Each work can be considered a masterclass in the Haida language of forms and powerful evidence of the richness, resilience and vitality of Haida culture.” Admission free with annual membership $58 or by single entry $29


In faith,





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Arts and Creativity • IBPOC