Representing Reconciliation: Exploring the Artists’ Challenges & Opportunities

Jeremy Borsos

Jeremy Borsos, capture of video, 1.16m


Join us to hear artists’ presentations and an open discussion about the challenges and opportunities of representing reconciliation personally and publicly. The discussion will be introduced by Dylan Robinson, Banting Postdoctural Fellow in First Nations Studies at UBC.

The Public Art Program commissioned 10 artists to create projects for an eight-month outdoor exhibition of changing artworks installed in bus shelters, on downtown video screens, at the Vancouver Public Library main branch, and Canada Line City Centre.

Admission is Free | Reception to follow

Date and Time  

Monday, May 12, 2014, 7:00 p.m.


Alma and Peter Kaye Rooms, Vancouver Public Library, Central Branch, 350 West Georgia

Artists Presenting at the Event 

Bracken Hanuse Corlett, Emilie Crewe, Brian Liu, Dionne Paul, Jeannette Sirois, Krista Belle Stewart, Tania Willard & Gabrielle Hill

More Information

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