Join in this month’s Artist Salon Webinar to learn more about the 2021 Branscombe House Artist in Residence, Rachel Rozanski.
As an artist who has worked on various artist residencies around the world, Rachel will share her residency experiences, including details on how to find opportunities that provide time, space, and support for artists to develop their work. She will also discuss life after art school – from deciding whether grad school is right for you, to how to find opportunities that align with your art practice, and tips for finding balance between administrative time and creative time.
Q+A session to follow the artist’s presentation.
About the Artist:
Rachel Rozanski is a Canadian artist whose interdisciplinary works explore biological, geological and material transformations appearing as we enter the Anthropocene. She studied Visual Arts at Emily Carr, Capilano, and Langara Universities, and received an MFA from Ryerson University in Documentary Media. She has exhibited across Canada and internationally, showing interdisciplinary works that explore scientific concepts focusing on environmental timelines. Through residency projects in the Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut and Iceland, she has collaborated with researchers and been inspired by the study of land change, pollutants and adaptations and extinctions.
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.