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Kick off the 2021 Artist Salon Series with an online conversation led by Vancouver-based multidisciplinary artist, Kevin Fraser.
Kevin is the founder and director of Immigrant Lessons, an international multidisciplinary art collective/platform created to promote cultural pluralism utilizing dance, theatre, music, fashion, visual media, and visual design. He will share some of his own projects, as well as background on Immigrant Lessons, to offer insight and tips for artists on how to work collectively and incorporate many different art forms into their projects. We will also discuss the difficulties of performing during pandemic times, and how his art practice has adapted during this time.
Q & A session with participants will follow the artist presentation.
About the Artist:
Kevin Fraser is a leader, rebel, mover, and shaker in the Vancouver dance, fashion, film, and theatre communities. Having danced, worked, and studied internationally and nationally, he is a multifaceted force to be reckoned with, versed in: Vogue, Waacking, House dance, Contemporary, and jazz, just to name a few. Kevin is also one of the featured dancers in the upcoming performances that are part of the Richmond Art Gallery’s current exhibition, Brendan Fernandes: Inaction.
Session Format: This session is a free live-streamed webinar on the Zoom platform. Live transcription in English will be included during the webinar. New to Zoom? Learn how to register and attend a webinar here »
Join in the conversation throughout the session using the Chat feature, for questions and comments.
Questions? If you would like to send in your questions early to the host, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
In response to the current global health pandemic, we have launched our public programs online to encourage dialogue and connection in the era of physical distancing. Programs are live-streamed via the Zoom platform, and may also be viewed at a later date as videos on the RAG@Home video page.
The Artist Salon Series features art professionals leading inspirational artist talks and professional development for visual artists each month from February to November.
This program is supported by the City of Richmond Arts and Culture Grant.