Image: Tamara Skubovius, My Grandma was an Indian Princess 1, 2014
November 16, 2014 -
January 11, 2015
Rick Adkins, Dempsey Bob, Joe David, Morgan Green, James Harry, Cody Lecoy, Latham Mack, Ariane Medley, Isabel Rorick, Tamara Skubovius, Marika Swan, Grace Williams, Xwalacktun, Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun
Presented in partnership with the YVR Art Foundation
Organized in partnership with the YVR Art Foundation, this exhibition highlights the significance of mentoring relationships in First Nations culture and explores how tradition informs artists’ works in contemporary and traditional contexts. The exhibition features paintings, woodcarving, weaving, and jewelry by selected emerging First Nations artists from British Columbia who have received scholarships from the Foundation. Included are works by their mentors who are prominent senior artists.
Curated by: Nan Capogna and Connie Watts.
LOCATION & DIRECTIONS
Richmond Art Gallery
In the Richmond Cultural Centre
7700 Minoru Gate
RIchmond V6Y 1R9
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Welcome to the
RIchmond Art Gallery
At the Richmond Art Gallery you will see remarkable Canadian and International art that explores ideas relevant to the world today. Our public events, activities and school art programs help you discover their meaning in real life. It's free, it's fascinating, and it's close at hand.
Take a Tour of the Richmond Art Gallery
Produced by the City of Richmond, this two minute video provides an overview of the gallery.
Watch the video on the City of Richmond's YouTube Channel.
Family Sunday is a free drop-in art program that offers families the occasion to explore art making together.