In Conversation Series - Belinda Harrow: Unsettled Artist Talk
Over the last ten years, animals have had a strong presence in Belinda Harrow’s artistic practice. She is particularly interested in that precarious area where human and animal habitats overlap. As our human populations grow and spread, animal species are forced to adapt and change, creating disruptions in migratory patterns, feeding habits and even mating behaviours. Featuring drawing, painting and sculpture, the exhibition Unsettled focuses specifically on the animals that live in and around Regina, situating them within some of the city’s most recognizable landscapes. The positioning of these resourceful, native animal species within these urban environments provide us an opportunity to examine the current post-colonial world that we share, reflect on the impacts of colonialism and consider what the future might bring for us all. Join us in conversation with artist Belinda Harrow on Zoom. October 13 at 7:00 pm.
This event is free.
Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery
Vision: The Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery is recognized as the primary forum for making art, culture and local history accessible, relevant, and inspiring for the community of Moose Jaw and surrounding area. This talk is related to one of the shows in our regular exhibition program.
461 Langdon Crescent
Moose Jaw, SK
This event offers closed captioning or subtitles, and is wheelchair accessible.