Lands to Travel Through

An artist-run gathering

August 2021

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Registration opens June 15, 2021

About the gathering

Date

August 2021

Location

Online

Lands To Travel Through is an artist-run gathering that will take place online. This event is organized by the Alberta Association of Artist-run Centres (AAARC) and presented in partnership with Artist-Run Centres and Collectives Conference (ARCA).

Lands To Travel Through will share the work of artists, writers, community organizers, and others, who are contributing to the ongoing work of re-imagining our world. Contributions include core presentations by Faye HeavyShield and Dr. Kim TallBear, alongside projects curated by Christina Battle, Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective, and the Lands To Travel Through planning committee.

Centering practices of care, practical strategies for recovery and remediation, conversations, and experiments in renegotiating our relationships to resources, Lands To Travel Through presents the opportunity to come together, and continue to design models for how to be, otherwise.

Lands To Travel Through is made possible through the generous support of the Canada Council for the Arts, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts, the Government of Alberta, the Department of Canadian Heritage, Calgary Arts Development, and the Rozsa Foundation.

Contact

program coordinator
Vicki Van Chau (she/her)
vicki@aaarc.ca

communications coordinator
Emily Peterson (she/her)
emily@aaarc.ca

organizing committee
board@aaarc.ca

members of the organizing committee
April Dean, SNAP (Society of Northern Alberta Printmakers)
Areum Kim, Stride Gallery
Becca Taylor, Ociciwan Contemporary Art Collective
Ginger Carlson, TRUCK Contemporary Art in Calgary
Michelle Schultz, Latitude 53
Natasha Chaykowski, The Bows
Su Ying Strang, The New Gallery