Join artists Dara Humniski and Sergio Serrano in conversation with Jessie Beier as they discuss their practice and new collaborative exhibition RBC Work Room: Dara Humniski + Sergio Serrano -Monument. In this hour-long program, the artists will hold an artist talk before leading visitors through a tour of the exhibition space.
Dr. Charmaine A. Nelson, the William Lyon Mackenzie King Visiting Professor of Canadian Studies at Harvard University (2017-2018), will discuss Black-Indigenous relations in Canada through the lens of eighteenth-century fugitive slave advertisements in Quebec.
Join Catherine Crowston, Executive Director and Chief Curator of the AGA, for the launch of Hello, My Name is Art – a new program focused on close looking and collaborative learning. Getting to know a work of art is like getting to know a new friend – sometimes it is love at first sight and sometimes it takes time, the right questions and a little bit of patience to understand one another.
Join the artists behind RBC Work Room: Zachary Ayotte + Nulle Part—Shelter in conversation with Carolyn Jervis, an Edmonton-based arts writer, curator, and guest author of the exhibition’s accompanying catalogue essay. Learn about the artists’ practices and their experiences putting them on display in this first iteration of the RBC Work Room.