INDIGENOUS VOICES Encore! Art Tour via Zoom

Thu, Apr 6, 2023 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm


Encore! Art Tour via Zoom

Recently, member Gerta Moray led art tours to the Bill Reid Gallery and to Robert Davidson’s show at Vancouver Art Gallery.
For those who weren’t able to attend, Gerta will do an Encore Presentation with selected images and contexts for the work over zoom 7-8pm. (with half an hour for further discussion and sharing if needed))
Registration appreciated: https://forms.gle/T89fwEbxWjpccJug7
Note: this has been postponed from March 23/29.
You may visit the exhibits in advance or after the zoom. 
The show at the Bill Reid Gallery ended March 19
Robert Davidson at the VAG ends April 16. (There are lots of interviews on youtube – Just search for Robert Davidson Art.)

All welcome. Invite your friends.

Gerta will share a similar talk to what she delivered in person and welcome your questions and comments. Mary Bennett will host.

INDIGENOUS VOICES

One of IPA’s (IBPOC Plus Allies) 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 an art tour led by UCV’s Gerta Moray, an art historian who will provide information and facilitate discussion. .

Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art, 639 Hornby St [https://www.billreidgallery.ca/]
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.”

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.

Vancouver Art Gallery Show<https://www.vanartgallery.bc.ca/exhibitions/robert-davidson>

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)


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