Artist Salon Webinar with Laura Kwok

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Join us this month for a conversation with Richmond-based artist and illustrator, Laura Kwok. Kwok will discuss her journey as a self-taught artist working in illustration and creating her own product line, to moving into the realm of large-scale murals. She will share insights as to how she works with … Continue reading

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Art At Work Webinar: Board Fundamentals

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Webinar presented by Vantage Point, one of BC’s leading not-for-profit leadership organizations with years of experience across every sector. This comprehensive look at the fundamentals of organizational governance, including the roles and responsibilities of the board, will help your organization build team alignment and engagement in your mission and vision. The … Continue reading

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Artist Salon Webinar with Amy Stewart

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The Artist Salon Series features art professionals leading inspirational artist talks and professional development for visual artists. This month’s session features Vancouver-based self-taught painter Amy Stewart. Amy will discuss her artistic journey that began with a career as a Youth and Family Worker before becoming a full-time artist.  She will share tips … Continue reading

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Art At Work Webinar: The Art of Grant Writing

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Free webinar offering a step-by-step review of the City of Richmond’s Arts and Culture grant program, this session will help you understand how to prepare an application with the highest potential for success. The session will also provide you with tips on how to present written and budget information in … 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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Panel Discussion on Prairie Invasions: A Lullaby

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Exhibiting artist Emily Neufeld joins in a discussion with artist and ethnobotanist T’uy’t’tanat–Cease Wyss, and KPU Farm School Soil Science Instructor Amy Norgaard. Guest panelists will respond to the ideas within Neufeld’s exhibition and share their insights into themes of local land use, how humans impact the environment and how … Continue reading

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Artist Salon Webinar: Curators’ Panel

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The Artist Salon Series features art professionals leading inspirational artist talks and professional development for visual artists. This month’s session features a panel discussion about the behind-the-scenes process that goes into curating at a public art gallery, artist run centre or commercial art gallery, and what the future may hold for these … Continue reading

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Artist Salon Webinar: Art in Times of Crisis, Part II

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Viruses, Plagues, Illnesses, and Pandemics in Art In partnership with Mobil Art School, RAGA presents a second chapter of Jairo Salazar’s exploration of the way artists have reacted to times of crisis. In the midst of a global pandemic, the question that emerges among many is how to give face … 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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Artist Salon Webinar: Art in Times of Crisis, Part 1

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How has a personal challenge or global turmoil influenced the creation of works of art? How have artists historically responded to times of crisis? Jairo Salazar, from Mobil Art School, will spark discussion on these and some other aspects in which artists have used compelling moments of introspection and isolation … Continue reading

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Artist Salon Webinar with Priscilla Yu

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The Artist Salon Series features art professionals leading inspirational artist talks and professional development for visual artists. Our guest presenter this month is illustrator and mural artist Priscilla Yu. Learn what it takes to be a mural artist and ask your questions about working in this medium during the live webinar. … 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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Art at Work Webinar: Selling Your Artwork

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How can visual artists can improve their art sales? While the answer to this question will be unique for each artist, learn more about some of the options for getting your artwork noticed. Presenter Jeffrey Boone, an art supporter, collector and former gallery owner will offer tips and suggestions for … Continue reading

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Doors Open Richmond : Tours of Canada Line Installations

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The 13th annual Doors Open Richmond will move online in 2020 to offer Richmond an opportunity to “come together” during a prolonged period of social isolation. The online event will feature digital content that celebrates cultural diversity and promotes civic awareness from over 30 places of worship, cultural centres, ethnic … Continue reading

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God In Reverse: When Wisdom Defies Capture

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We must get the measure/beyond-measure of the prophetic vision of the past and of the imagination of Relation – with its treatment of initial conditions, traces of initial conditions its unpredictability, and with the new fabric we must create, no longer the reflection of the essence but the network of … Continue reading

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Art at Work: Applying to Public Art Opportunities

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Learn best practices in preparing applications for Public Art opportunities. This online webinar is led by Biliana Velkova, City of Richmond Public Art Planner, and uses example artist calls as the basis for this session. Participants will be provided with guidance in preparing applications for Requests for Proposals (RFPs) and … 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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Artist Salon Webinar with Lou Sheppard

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The Artist Salon Series features art professionals leading inspirational artist talks and/or professional development for visual artists. The May session features Branscombe House Artist in Residence, Lou Sheppard. Lou will talk about their current work and research in Richmond, and what they hope an artist in residence can offer to … Continue reading

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Video Art Lesson: Métis Beadwork

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In this first video art lesson, students will be introduced to the history of Métis beadwork, and the artwork of Métis artist Amy Malbeuf, currently on display at the Richmond Art Gallery. Gallery educator Melanie Devoy then demonstrates the technique of pointillism and guides students to make an artwork inspired … Continue reading

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Video Art Lesson: Wearable Artwork

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In this second video art lesson, students will be introduced to the artwork of Canadian artist Karin Jones, currently on display at the Richmond Art Gallery. Gallery educator Melanie Devoy then demonstrates the technique of making wearable artwork through the technique of making paper beads.  To see more of Karin’s … Continue reading

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Video Art Lesson: Nature Collage

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In this video art lesson, students will be introduced to the  artwork of Canadian artist Emily Neufeld, and guided through the steps in making a nature collage. To see more of Emily’s work, check out the Prairie Invasions: A Lullaby exhibition. Materials: Paper Glue stick Leaves and flowers Heavy Books … Continue reading

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Artist Salon Webinar with Jas Lally

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The Artist Salon Series features art professionals leading inspirational artist talks and/or professional development for visual artists. Guest presenter Jas Lally, Showroom Assistant at Art Rental & Sales at the Vancouver Art Gallery, will go over what to include in your CV, Artist Statement and social media platforms when applying … Continue reading

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Thursday 10 AM – 6:00 PM
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7700 Minoru Gate
Richmond, BC  V6Y 1R8
Canada Line Station: Richmond-Brighouse

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