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多語言導覽（包括英文與普通話） 2019年4 月13日，下午 1:00-2:00
Drop in for a free informal guided tour in English and/or Mandarin of the exhibition Adad Hannah: The Decameron Retold.
Adad Hannah’s, The Decameron Retold, is based on Giovanni Boccaccio’s 14th century work, The Decameron, a collection of novellas comprised of one hundred tales told by ten young women and men sequestered in a villa outside of Florence to escape the Black Plague. For this new project, Hannah has worked with community members in front of and behind the camera, and incorporating participants local stories over The Decameron’s structure.
Learn more about the artist’s process and the stories behind the artworks at this informal tour and discussion.
No registration required, just show up!
歡迎參加我們免費的普通話和英文導覽Adad Hannah 的新展覽 The Decameron Retold。
Adad Hannah 的新展The Decameron Retold 靈感來自於薄迦丘14世紀的著作《十日談》， 這部小說講述了十個年輕的男女為了逃離黑死病的侵襲而躲在佛羅倫薩郊外的別墅中，他們每天說一個故事來以度過漫長時光，整整十天，他們一共講了一百個故事，而這些故事組成了這部偉大的小說《十日談》。 Hannah為了重塑這部經典，與社區的成員們合作拍攝，並將參與者自己的故事融入到作品中。
This is one of the 200 exceptional projects funded through the Canada Council for the Arts’ New Chapter initiative. With this $35M initiative, the Council supports the creation and sharing of the arts in communities across Canada.