exhibitions

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Commute

The Commute bus shelter exhibit provided emerging artists the opportunity to participate in public art and exhibit their artworks on Lekwungen territory. The temporary installation was designed to encourage dialogue and new ways of thinking about neighbourhoods and public spaces, inspire local artists, and cultivate future public artists and audiences. Three pieces were shown for a year in four month periods. I hoped to re-indigenize Indigenous spaces with Coast Salish art, despite the urban setting.

 

2019

https://www.victoria.ca/EN/meta/news/news-archives/2019-news/commute-bus-shelter-exhibit-showcases-artwork-by-local-emerging-artists.html

theDock // Centre for Social Impact

theDock is a social enterprise created for community and by community providing connection, access to learning, and unique networking events within an inspiring culture. They showcase rotating works of local artists to give artists a platform and add creativity to the work space.

JUNE 2021 - SEPTEMBER 2021

https://www.thedockvictoria.com/artist-in-residence

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For Time Immemorial

2020 marked the ten-year anniversary of the First Peoples House on the campus of the University of Victoria located on Lekwungen territory. This exhibition focuses on Coast Salish title and relationship to land and how this is communicated through art.

 

2020

https://events.uvic.ca/legacy/event/52177-for-time-immemorial

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