Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

Stitch n’ Bitch Workshops

**Part of (dis)location (dis)connect (dis)appearance, June 20-August 10, curated by Diane Hau Yu Wong.**

As a method to explore and rediscover their roots, a number of artists in the exhibition have employed textile, an often time-consuming medium, to explore familial relationships and their diasporic identity.

Join us in reflecting upon craft as a cultural medium while learning hands-on textile art techniques from artists in the exhibition and other local textiles artists and organizations. Bring your own project or start something new with other textile-minded souls.

Stitch n’ Bitch sessions will launch on June 20 before the opening reception, and take place every Saturday until the end of the exhibition.

Workshop Dates:

+ June 20, 3-6pm
Embroidery Workshop with Olivia Chan and Florence Cing-Gaai Yee
+ June 29, 1-4pm
+ July 6, 1-4pm – Embroidery Basics
+ July 13, 1-4pm – Knitting
+ July 20, 1-4pm – Boro
+ August 3, 1-4pm – Crochet

This event is co-presented by the UBC Department of Art History, Visual Art & Theory.


Accessibility: The gallery is located on the second floor of the Sun Wah Centre, and accessible by elevator. Accessible washrooms are available. If you have specific accessibility needs, please contact us at (604) 683-8326.

Centre A acknowledges that this exhibition takes place on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded Coast Salish territories of the Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh peoples. We respect, honour and give thanks to our hosts.