Breaking the Binary: Curator's Tour by Tracey Kutschker
Breaking the Binary is an exhibition at Salmon Arm Art Gallery that kicks off the Salmon Arm Pride Project Arts & Awareness Festival. Featuring 11 2SLGBTQ artists working in a variety of media, the collection of works will challenge the viewer to rethink the binary in gender and sexuality. The Curator's Tour offers visitors a chance to discuss the artwork with the curatorial staff and other visitors, and explore the meaning behind each piece. This is separate from the Artists' Talk which takes place on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 2pm. Capacity restrictions are in place in the Gallery, with a current limit of 24 visitors (may change in accordance with PHO orders).
This event is free.
Salmon Arm Arts Centre & Art Gallery
Salmon Arm Arts Centre is a place for the arts to be experienced, exhibited and enjoyed. The Shuswap District Arts Council operates the Arts Centre and Art Gallery year-round, open Tuesday to Saturday 11am to 4pm. Although in-person events are not planned for 2021, the Art Gallery remains open to the public with exciting exhibitions and a capacity of 24 visitors at a time. Digital arts content created by Art Gallery staff can be found on Salmon Arm Arts Centre's YouTube channel.
This event is part of a hub:
Salmon Arm Pride Project is an arts and awareness festival designed to bring visibility and acceptance to the LGBTQ2S+ community. Virtual and in-person educational and celebratory events are presented by Salmon Arm Arts Centre, and partner...
70 Hudson Avenue NE Salmon Arm
Salmon Arm, BC
This event is wheelchair accessible, and has gender-neutral washrooms.