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    An online exhibition with Victoria-based artist Libby Oliver.
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    As a part of the Disassemble the Arts, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria's arts and accessibility program, the AGGV will be offering a series of artists and curators talks. In this talk, Toronto-based artist and scholar Syrus Marcus Ware will discuss his work in combining art and activist, particularly in regards to the Black Mad community. Syrus is an Assistant Professor at the School of the Arts, McMaster University. He is a Vanier scholar, visual artist, activist, curator and educator. Syrus uses painting, installation and performance to explore social justice frameworks and black acti
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    As a part of the Disassemble the Arts, the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria's arts and accessibility program, the AGGV will be offering a series of artists and curators talks. In this talk, independent curator Amanda Cachia will discuss her curatorial practice which centers around care and accessibility in exhibitions and museums from a disability perspective. Recent exhibitions to be discussed include Automatisme Ambulatoire (2019), Sweet Gongs Vibrating (2016), and Flesh of the World (2015). Cachia will also explore what "creative access" might now mean in the museum in the age of COVID-19 an
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    How do artists continue to create during a pandemic? How do you make art it is hard to focus and there is a lack of support? As an emerging artist, how do you push forward to grow your career when everything has changed and nothing seems stable?In this three-part program in joint collaboration between the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria and the Legacy Art Gallery, emerging artists will come together with facilitator K.P. Denis, three mentoring artists (Kemi Craig, Estraven Lupino-Smith, and Ghinwa Yassine) and the other participants to discuss the effect the pandemic has had on their artistic
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    Join artist and garden farmer Elisa Rathje for apple-pressing on a century-old cider press using apples harvested from Appleturnover, her 1½ acre 1895 Salt Spring apple orchard turned food forest and micro-silvopasture. For the workshop, bring along a half-pint mason jar to collect fresh apple juice and come chat about the possibilities of home-scale wild fermentation. During the discussion, Rathje will explore ways in which participants can start to transition to simple living and “radical home & local economies” in an era of ecological crisis and energy descent. The workshop is free
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    Join us for a day of delicious food-making and engaging conversations with Victoria-based artist Alexis Hogan. Through making food, eating, and storytelling, Hogan and participants will be exploring food as a site of connection, healing, harm or rupture. The workshop is free, but registration is required as attendance is limited. If Eventbrite is not an accessible way of registration for you, please phone Regan Shrumm at 250-384-4171 x 220, or email at rshrumm@aggv.ca to register. -- Running from July to November, What Artists Bring to the Table is a food series exploring the ar
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