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During the NOURISH exhibition, January 22 – April 3, 2022, the gallery hosted many online programs related to the exhibition. Panel Discussions revolved around ideas of nourishment in its many forms, from personal or historical stories of family and food inspired by Jane Wong’s works, to ways we find solace in nature and more internal forms of nourishment as discussed by artist duo Mizzonk.
Videos were made possible by funding from the Richmond Has Heart program.
Hosted by Jen Sungshine & David Ng of Love Intersections, guest artist Jane Wong joins a session of Hot Pot Talks to discuss topics ranging from anti-Asian racism, diasporic food cultures, and the role that labour plays in art and cultural production.
Panel Discussion with visual artist Tom Hsu, writer Eddie Kim, and writer and exhibiting artist Jane Wong share personal stories about growing up in a family restaurant.
Food writer and critic Alexandra Gill, chef and restaurant owner Bo Li, and Associate Professor of History Henry Yu offer historical and contemporary views of food culture in Richmond and Vancouver’s Chinatown.
Artists Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen are joined by Professors Heesoon Bai and Denise Findlay to reflect on ideas around nourishment by way of relationships – with oneself, others, and with the land.
Panel Discussion with Eating in the Time of COVID-19 Artists Denise Fong and Christy Fong, and Participants Sarah Drewery (Executive Director of Sharing Farm), Ian Lai (Executive Director of Urban Bounty), and Jamie MacFarlane (Manager of Storeys Cafe)
Join author and poet Jane Wong for a poetry reading and virtual interview hosted by Michelle Callaghan, Head of Adult and Seniors Services at Richmond Public Library. Presented in partnership with RPL.
In this short video, Jane Wong discusses her work in the exhibition “NOURISH” at Richmond Art Gallery, January 22 – April 3, 2022.
Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen discuss living and working on “Six Acres” for the last 20 years; what brought them there and how it has sustained them. Discussion moderated by exhibition curator Nan Capogna.
Artist Talk with Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen in Mandarin. Hosted by Henry Heng Lu. 藝術家組合Mizzonk（林婉怡和陳哲實）將結合圖像講解他們的日常生活是如何圍繞著自然的節奏展開，以及這是如何影響他們的藝術實踐的。本次活動將在美術館內舉辦，並為在線觀眾直播。
In this short interview, Mizzonk (artist-duo Wan-Yi Lin and Roger Chen) discuss their work in the exhibition NOURISH at the Richmond Art Gallery, on display from January 22 – April 3, 2022.