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Get a quick dose of art on your lunch-break!
Join us for a 20-minute lightning tour of the current exhibition with Gallery Curator, Nan Capogna. Free admission, everyone welcome to attend.
About the exhibition:
Karin Jones + Amy Malbeuf: Labour’s trace
February 15 – April 11, 2020
The two artists in this exhibition explore cultural identities and histories through sculpture and installation. Vancouver-based artist Karin Jones examines how historical narratives of slavery have shaped the identities of people of African descent living in North America. Halifax-based artist Amy Malbeuf incorporates contemporary materials with beading and tufting techniques to develop works that explore Métis identity, cultural knowledge and cultural legacies.