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Art At Work Symposium: Igniting Connections

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Saturday, January 27, 2018

10:30 AM - 5:30 PM

REGISTRATION FOR FULL DAY WITH LUNCH NOW CLOSED, HOWEVER PARTICIPANTS ARE ABLE TO REGISTER ON JANUARY 27TH AT THE EVENT BUT NOT LUNCH WILL BE PROVIDED.

Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond Public Art and CARFAC BC present a full day of panel discussions, break-out sessions and more for working artists, creative professionals, curators and art specialists to examine the role of community as part of an artist’s professional practice. Join us for a fun day of sharing experiences and networking.

Featuring:

KEYNOTE: Dolly Hopkins, Founding Member of Public Dreams Society

Artist Initiated Projects and Getting Your Work Out There:
Yun-Jou Chang, Cinevolution Media Arts Society
Mira Malatestinic, East Side Culture Crawl
Eileen Mosca, Arts Off Main
Hilda Yuet-Yi Fung, Danny Chen Art Studio

Community Fusion Panel: Richmond Arts Strategy
Emily Macrae from Nordicity West

Networking in Creative Communities:
Ash Tanasiychuk, VANDOCUMENT and CARFAC BC
Mark Busse, Creative Mornings/Vancouver
Charles Latimer, The Toast Collective
Jamie Smith, THRIVE Arts Studio

ARTIST TALK: Sammy Chien (Chimerik), Interdisciplinary media artist and mentor

Exhibiting Artists Panel Discussion and Opening Reception of the RAG’s Transference exhibition to immediately follow the Symposium.  All Symposium participants welcome to attend.

Download the Symposium Brochure for more details.
Registration fee is now only open on the day of the event for $25.

To Register, Quote Course #2361342:
Online: www.richmond.ca
Phone: 604-276-4300
In Person: Richmond Cultural Centre front desk, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond BC