Offsite | Insight
We are so excited to launch Offsite | Insight, a new Gallery series in collaboration with the arts community. This spring, the Gallery has a range of offsite programs connecting with local communities, environments, and artists from the region. Stay tuned for more information in the coming weeks.
Kicking off the season, we are pleased to collaborate with the Sierra Club of BC!
FOREST EXPLORATION WITH JENS WIETING
APRIL 14, 1-4pm
Please join us for an off-site Forest Exploration with Jens Wieting, Forest and Climate Campaigner with Sierra Club BC. Participants will hear about the state of Vancouver Island’s disappearing old-growth rainforest and be invited to a conversation about steps needed to ensure Vancouver Island can remain a rainforest Island. This program takes place at Goldstream Park, stay tuned for more details on transportation options from the Gallery, and accessibility at the venue.
Inspired by our current exhibition Picturing the Giants: The Changing Landscapes of Emily Carr.
Free admission | Registration required
*Please email name and phone number to firstname.lastname@example.org
MOVING CHANGE WITH BRENDAN FERNANDES
Moving Change is a dynamic intervention in public space using gesture and movement. Performace interventions will take place at sites across the city. Stay tuned for times and locations! Dance Victoria is a proud partner of the AGGV on this project.
Above left: Brendan Fernandes, Steady Pulse, Recess, New York, 2017. Performers: John Alix, Khadija Griffith & Oisín Monaghan. Uniforms by the Rational Dress Society. Photographer: Wendy Ploger. Images courtesy of Monique Meloche Gallery, Chicago and Recess, New York.
Above right: Emily Carr credit: Emily Carr, Spring, Canadian, 20th century, c.1936-37, oil, 58.5 x 73, Ruth Humphrey Estate.