Call for submissions – Capture Festival 2021

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Richmond Art Gallery and Richmond Public Art Program invite artists and artist collectives  who self-identify as Black, Indigenous, and/or racialized to submit proposals for a photo-based temporary public art work to be presented at the Aberdeen Richmond Canada Line station as part of the Capture Photography in Richmond from April … Continue reading

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Rights of passage: A conversation with artists and naturalist

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Rights of passage: A conversation with artists and naturalist In partnership with Birds Canada Participants: Lou Sheppard, Emily Neufeld, Laiwan, Rob Butler, and Sharon MacGougan Panel presentation led by Shaun Dacey and Caroline Biel. Saturday October 10, 2pm – Register for talk here Rights of Passage, an interactive set of … Continue reading

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Pride and protest with Brendan Fernandes

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For Pride week 2020, Richmond Art Gallery presents a digital artist talk with acclaimed artist Brendan Fernandes. In anticipation of his upcoming RAG exhibition,  Inaction (in partnership with the Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery, Wesleyan University) Fernandes will offer an in-depth presentation of his works addressing issues of race, queer … Continue reading

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Pacific Crossings: Triangulations PART II: Carol Yinghua Lu and Liu Ding

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Borrowing a term from both navigation and research methods in social science that employ multiple points of view, Triangulations offers three online propositions with artists and curators in Hong Kong, Beijing and Manila, encompassing shared concerns germane to the pandemic and locational contexts. Produced as part of Pacific Crossings in … Continue reading

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Pacific Crossings: Triangulations PART I: Cosmin Costinas and Inti Guerrero

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Borrowing a term from both navigation and research methods in social science that employ multiple points of view, Triangulations offers three online propositions with artists and curators in Hong Kong, Beijing and Manila, encompassing shared concerns germane to the pandemic and locational contexts. Produced as part of Pacific Crossings in … Continue reading

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Pacific Crossings Open Call: Residency in Tokyo

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Pacific Crossings Open Call for Artist Residency at Art Center Ongoing Tokyo In partnership with Art Center Ongoing Tokyo, Pacific Crossings is pleased to announce an opportunity for an artist based in British Columbia to undertake a one-month residency at Art Center Ongoing in Tokyo, Japan, starting on March 2, … Continue reading

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Richmond Art Gallery on the Canada Line 2019

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Richmond Art Gallery presents three public installations along the Canada Line, in partnership with Richmond Public Art Program, Canada Line and Capture Photography Festival. Artists Adad Hannah, Tom Hsu and Diamond Point have each produced site-specific installations, on display through to September 1. Waterfront Canada Line Station, Vancouver: Tom Hsu: An urge … Continue reading

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Adad Hannah: The Solarium (H+A)

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Produced in partnership with Capture Festival, Richmond Public Art Program and City of Richmond. The Solarium (H+A) (2019) uses a system of custom-made mirrors and metal armatures to augment and interrupt the usual experience of photographic portraiture. The mirrors reveal alternative angles within the frame as well as objects outside … Continue reading

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Tom Hsu: An urge to propose forbidden thoughts and playing with fire

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Tom Hsu’s series of seven photographs capture momentary fragments of summer for commuters rushing through the barren corridor of the Canada Line hallway at Waterfront Station. His intimately cropped imagery of flesh, flora, and fire provoke memories or fantasies of mid-summer wanderings. They produce responses engaging subconscious desires. With a … Continue reading

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Diamond Point: Fraser River Families

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Produced in partnership with Capture Festival, Richmond Public Art Program and City of Richmond. In Musqueam sniw̓ (teachings), salmon are sacred and are considered to be relatives who sacrifice themselves so that we may survive. They are a symbol of abundance, prosperity, and wealth. They are our livelihood. We have … Continue reading

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Pacific Crossings w/ Nozomu Ogawa

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Pacific Crossings welcomes Nozomu Ogawa Founder/Director of Art Center Ongoing (Tokyo, Japan) for a research visit and set of public talks to connect with BC’s art communities. Talk #1 Saturday January 12, 2pm Nozomu Ogawa: Alternative Tokyo Art Scene – What’s going on? Richmond Art Gallery Nozomu Ogawa will discuss … Continue reading

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Peace & Harmony

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Richmond Cultural Centre Upper Rotunda Presented by Richmond Art Gallery and Richmond World Festival Reception: Saturday September 1, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm Farooq Rai, Richmond-based Canadian of Pakistani origin artist considers the inspirational message of Allama Iqbal (poet and philosopher b. 1877) as a means to preserve a unique … Continue reading

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Different Ways – Digital Carnival 2018

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Special Gallery Hours: Friday, August 31, 10:00 – 9:30 pm Saturday, September 1, 10:00 am – 9:30 pm Artist Performances: Friday, August 31, 8:00 pm Saturday, September 1, 8:00 pm Artist Talk: Saturday, September 1, 4:00 pm In support of Cinevolution Media Arts Society’s 7th annual Digital Carnival and Richmond … Continue reading

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Weaving Our Way

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Weaving Our Way: What if our community stories were actually woven together? Richmond City Hall Galleria 6911 No 3 Road. Galleria viewing hours are Monday thru Friday from 9:00am to 5:00pm As part of this exhibition, at 2-5pm on Saturday, September 22, 2018, Debra Sparrow and VACS will present a weaving … Continue reading

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What Are Our Supports

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Cathedral Square Park (Dunsmuir at Richards Street, Vancouver)  June 26 – 29: 12:00 to 4:00 pm; June 30: 5:00 to 8:00 pm Saturday, June 30 closing performance: 8:30 – 10:00 pm – Khan Lee, Andrew Lee and Francis Cruz – with special guest haircuts! “Every time I try to conform … Continue reading

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RAGA Gala Tickets

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Location: Richmond Art Gallery, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond Dress to impress, theme: 80s formal Incorporated in 1987, Richmond Art Gallery Association celebrates 30 years with live performances, costume contest, door prizes, hors d’oeuvres, handmade cocktails and silent art auction. An evening not to be missed. Join us for an evening in … Continue reading

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The Making of an Archive: Photo Digitization Session

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In collaboration with grunt gallery (Vancouver) and Gendai Gallery (Toronto). Curated/produced by: Maiko Tanaka, Vanessa Kwan and Dan Pon There were two main catalysts for the initiation of Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn’s project, The Making of an Archive. One was the photo albums of the artist’s father, an amateur photographer who took countless … Continue reading

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The Making of an Archive: Photo Digitization Session

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In collaboration with grunt gallery (Vancouver) and Gendai Gallery (Toronto). Curated/produced by: Maiko Tanaka, Vanessa Kwan and Dan Pon There were two main catalysts for the initiation of Jacqueline Hoàng Nguyễn’s project, The Making of an Archive. One was the photo albums of the artist’s father, an amateur photographer who took countless … Continue reading

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Beyond the Horizon Mandarin Chinese tour

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(English translation will follow). 列治文美术馆会在8月12日下午在馆内进行中文向导;由美术馆暑期策展助理张慕含(Muhan)与王晗凝 (Elisha)为大家进行展览的普通话解说。 超越地平线是一次特别的展览。我们将展出部分来自列治文美术馆的永久收藏中的风景作品;以及来自于列治文美术馆的青年艺术课程计划根据收藏作品反馈制作的全新作品。 此次展出的收藏作品来自于加拿大艺术家艾琳 · 霍法 · 瑞德 (Irene Hoffar Reid), 威廉 · 皮 · 威特森 (William P. Weston), 艾伦 · 伍德 (Alan Wood), 托尼 · 奥利 (Toni Onley), 苏珊 · 格兰丝比 (Susan Gransby), 兰斯里 · 珀 (Leslie Poole) 与苏珊 · 庞特 (Susan Point) 。他们展示了如何用不同的方式“捕捉”加拿大广阔美丽的风景。这些作品的完成时间均为1932至1994年;然而每一副作品都风格迥异:有些侧重于描绘空旷的景色;另外一些则注重了人类对自然景观的破坏。本次展览选择的作品特别展现了近百年来自然环境的变迁。这些风景曾深受 “七人画派“ … Continue reading

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