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Artist Salon – Art!Vancouver & Cinevolution

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Thursday, March 1, 2018

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM

The Richmond Art Gallery presents a free monthly program for visual artists to connect, network and learn from each other. The Artist Salon is a combination of artist talks, professional development and social gathering events for artists of all levels. The March session will be all about upcoming opportunities in the local arts scene.

Guest presenters Lisa Wolfin, Director of Art!Vancouver International Art Fair, and Board Members of  Cinevolution Media Arts Society, will each share information about their upcoming events and ways for artists to get involved.

After the guest presentations, there will be a round-table discussion for participants to ask questions, share other arts opportunities, and discuss their own artistic plans for the year ahead.

Free admission, for ages 18+.

About the Presenters:
Lisa Wolfin is the Director of the annual Art!Vancouver International Art Fair, Western Canada’s international contemporary art fair showcasing the artwork of galleries and artists from Canada and around the world.

Founded by a group of Pan Asian filmmakers, artists and community organizers, Cinevolution Media Arts Society is committed to bringing contemporary migrant experiences into the global conversation through film and media arts while challenging conventional definitions of identity. Based in the Lower Mainland, Cinevolution nurtures the decentralization of art while forging new connections among artists and academics to the community. Through a variety of professional and community programs, we aspire to foster media literacy, cultivate creativity, and stimulate critical discourse and new ideas. Cinevolution Media Arts Society hosts a variety of events and workshops throughout the year, including the annual Digital Carnival during the Richmond World Festival. A combination of interactive installations, immersive video projections, virtual reality experiences, and more, Digital Carnival is a multimedia extravaganza suitable for all ages.