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Griffin Art Projects
District of North Vancouver, BC
Directions: We are located on the Spirit Trail. There is also free street parking.
Offered in English.
Has gender-neutral washrooms.
Guest Curator: David MacWilliam
Now Bulletin: Artworks, Letters and Printed Matter from the Garry Neill Kennedy Collection 1968 – 2019 is an exhibition, residency series, public art project and public program on the collection and works of eminent Vancouver artist and former NSCAD president, Garry Neill Kennedy.
Reflecting on hospitality, history, memory and the archive in relation to Kennedy and his long history at NSCAD as well as the relationships that have unfolded ever since, NOW BULLETIN asks, how do we tell the story of a community? What does it mean to create consequential provisional communities (including faculty, students & visitors)? How do proximities affect innovation and experimentation? Which relationships became formative and why? In a moment in which conviviality is at stake in the business models of many public institutions that teach art, how do we draw upon one of the most exciting and successful experiments in Canadian art, to protect and nurture current and future spaces in which experimentation and openness may take place? Including public programs and residencies with artists Kelly Lycan, Franklin Furnace founder Martha Wilson, Navarana Igliorte, Ann Ramsden and numerous others, this project examines Kennedy’s personal archive to explore these questions.
If you feel sick, please, do not visit the gallery.
- If you are experiencing a cough, fever, or difficulty breathing, we ask that you stay at home.
- Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when you cough or sneeze. If you do not have a tissue, cough into your upper sleeve, not your hands.
- Wash your hands often with soap and water or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer. Both available inside the gallery.
Physical distancing measures are in effect.
- Keep 2 meters/6 feet between all persons while inside the gallery.
-No more than 10 persons inside the gallery at any time.
Personal Protective Equipment
- Masks are required to be worn inside the gallery.
- We provide complimentary masks but encourage you to bring your own reusable, cloth masks.
- We ask that all guests who use the public washroom sanitize the space after use to help keep staff and other guests safe.
- Website griffinartprojects.ca
Griffin Art Projects
Griffin Art Projects is a non-profit art residency and gallery located in North Vancouver devoted to supporting artists in the production of new work through its residency program, and in creating new research on contemporary Canadian and international art, artists and art collections from around the world in its exhibition program. Griffin Art Projects is a non-collecting institution that has quickly become a vibrant contributor to the North Vancouver cultural landscape and visual art practices in the region through its exhibitions, residency and public programs. Griffin Art Projects' exhibitions and events are always free and open to all to attend.
Established in 2015, Griffin Art Projects was founded by Brigitte and Henning Freybe who began collecting art in the early 1970s. Griffin Art Projects considers the methodologies, thematics and narratives that shape and direct both visual culture and creative work, and collecting practices. In addition, Griffin Art Projects supports and develops solo and group projects and thematic exhibitions of works, collaborating with established cultural producers, guest curators, artists, writers and art educators in the region, nationally and locally to also produce exhibitions, public programs and publications on contemporary art in the region.
Griffin Art Projects is situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the səl̓ilwətaɁɬtəməxʷ(Tsleil-Waututh), Skwxwú7mesh-ulh Temíx̱w (Squamish), S’ólh Téméxw (Stó:lō), and šxʷməθkʷəy̓əmaɁɬ təməxʷ (Musqueam) Nations.
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