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Doors Open Richmond: Online Launch of Artist Talk & Tours

  • RAG@Home
  • June 12, 2021

    The 14th annual Doors Open Richmond will be held online this year from June 5 to 12, 2021. During the week-long event, new videos and behind-the-scenes footage from more than 30 partner sites will be featured, including videos from the Richmond Art Gallery’s latest exhibitions.

    Artist Talk with Nancy Lee 李南屏 and Kiran Bhumber ਕਿਰਨਦੀਪ ਕੌਰ ਭੰਬਰ

    Co-presented by Cinevolution Media Arts Society and Richmond Art Gallery, we launch the video recording of an online live-streamed talk held by the artists of UNION on May 15, 2021.  Artists Nancy Lee 李南屏 and Kiran Bhumber ਕਿਰਨਦੀਪ ਕੌਰ ਭੰਬਰ share the impetus for the exhibition, the core themes that shaped the world of UNION, their history of creative collaboration, and their experience developing the project, with Cinevolution Media Arts Society’s Executive Director, Yun-Jou Chang.
    This presentation includes ASL interpretation and English captions. Download a copy of the full English transcription from the ‘download’ section of this page.
    ASL interpretation supported by TD Ready Commitment.

    Mandarin Language Tours

    Co-presented by Richmond Art Gallery, Richmond Public Art, and Capture Photography Festival in partnership with Canada Line Public Art Program – InTransit BC, we are hosting on online tours of the photo-based art installations along the Canada Line. The works were installed as part of the 2021 Capture Photography Festival and will continue to be on display until September 30, 2021.

    Get outside to visit the works of Chun Hua Catherine Dong at Aberdeen Canada Line Station and Brendan Fernandes at Lansdowne Canada Line Station. While there, use your device to hear about the artworks in Mandarin, or view a tour from the comfort of home!

    Mandarin language artist-led tour of ‘The Misfits’ by Chun Hua Catherine Dong from Capture Photography Festival on Vimeo.

    Chun Hua Catherine Dong leads a Mandarin language tour of her work ‘The Misfits’ at Aberdeen Canada Line Station

    Produced by Capture Photography Festival
    Video by Sahand Mohajer
    Curated by Shaun Dacey, Richmond Art Gallery in partnership with Richmond Public Art

    Thank you to Chun Hua Catherine Dong, and InTransitBC.

    We gratefully acknowledge the support of Metro Vancouver’s Regional Cultural Project Grants Program.

    ‘The Misfits’ is part of Capture Photography Festival’s 2021 Public Art Program

    Henry Heng Lu leads a Mandarin language tour of ‘The Left Space’ by Brendan Fernandes at Lansdowne Canada Line Station

    Produced by Capture Photography Festival
    Video by Sahand Mohajer

    Curated by Shaun Dacey, Richmond Art Gallery in partnership with Richmond Public Art

    Thank you to Henry Heng Lu, Brendan Fernandes, and InTransitBC.

    We gratefully acknowledge the support of Metro Vancouver’s Regional Cultural Project Grants Program.

    ‘The Left Space’ is part of Capture Photography Festival’s 2021 Public Art Program

    WATCH: In conjunction with the exhbiition UNION, artists Nancy Lee 李南屏 and Kiran Bhumber ਕਿਰਨਦੀਪ ਕੌਰ ਭੰਬਰ share the impetus for the exhibition, the core themes that shaped the world of UNION, their history of creative collaboration, and their experience developing the project.

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