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Curator's Tour for Exhibition 'Woven Work From Near Here'grunt gallery Vancouver, British Columbia
Indigenous, Visual Arts — Talks and Discussion, Behind-the-scenes
Curator's Tour for Art Show 'Woven Work From Near Here' on Saturday, September 29 @ 2 PM
In conjunction with the Textile Society of America conference being held this September in Vancouver, grunt gallery presents Woven Work From Near Here, a group show curated by Emily Hermant and T’ai Smith. Inspired by traditional practices—including Indigenous methods for weaving blankets and baskets alongside structures and patterns that come from elsewhere—the exhibition presents recent experiments by eight artists who live and work near here. Using materials and methods that stretch what it means to be a woven textile, the works in the show signal the potential of this practice to realign political protocols and alter cultural values.
|Thu 27 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Fri 28 Sep||No events scheduled.|
|Sat 29 Sep||2:00 PM to 3:00 PM|
In case of rain:
#116 - 350 East 2 Avenue, Vancouver B.C. V5T 4R8
Vancouver, British Columbia
Main Street and Second Avenue in the main space condominium in the unit #116
grunt gallery (Vancouver BC) was founded in 1984. The gallery offers public programming in the form of exhibitions, performances, discursive events, publications and special projects, with a focus on contemporary practices that challenge and problematize existing hierarchies of cultural value. grunt gallery’s mandate to inspire public dialogue by creating an environment conducive to the emergence of innovative, collaborative, and provocative contemporary art.
This event requires pre-registration. Please sign-up here.
This event is in English.
This event is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Sculpture, Fiber Arts, Contemporary, Tour, curator tour