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Art historian Jairo Salazar of Mobil Art School shares examples of artists from history and contemporary times that respond to social issues and conflicts in times of crisis. more
Vancouver-based visual artist Priscilla Yu shares her mural painting experiences and offers tips on working as a mural artist. more
Presenter Jeffrey Boone, a Vancouver-based art supporter, collector and former gallery owner will offer tips and suggestions for visual artists on how to improve their sales and get their work noticed. more
Artist Emily Neufeld gives an audio tour of her installation, "Schilling’s House." Part of Capture Photography Festival’s 2020 Public Art Program installed at Landsdowne Canada Line Station, Richmond, BC. more
Artist Manuel Axel Strain gives an audio tour of their installation, "Self-portrait with mended flesh". Part of Capture Photography Festival’s 2020 Public Art Program, it can be seen in person at Aberdeen Canada Line Station, Richmond, BC. more
Biliana Velkova, Public Art Planner for City of Richmond, provides an overview of the public art process in Richmond and instructs on how to apply to calls and what artists need to consider when developing a public art proposal. more
Lou Sheppard, the 2020 Branscombe House Artist-in-Residence, shares an overview of how their art practice has developed when working in various art residencies all over the world, and offers tips to artists interested in working at Artist Residencies. more

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