ARTIST CONVERSATION – CINDY MOCHIZUKI

In Conversation: Embodied memories and artistic practice. A conversation between artist Cindy Mochizuki and Centre A’s former Curatorial Assistant Intern Alexandra Tsay.

ARTIST CONVERSATION – LUCIE CHAN: STORIES WE TELL OURSELVES ABOUT OURSELVES AND OTHERS

In Conversation: stories and myths we tell ourselves about ourselves and others. A conversation between artist Lucie Chan and Centre A’s Curatorial Assistant Intern Alexandra Tsay. Art is Read more…

Revolving: A Reading Group

We are inviting Dr. Dallas Hunt and artist Reyhan Yazdani to lead a reading discussion on texts chosen by the speakers. The discussion will fall under the themes of environment and ecology, colonial history, storytelling, revolution, cultural resistance, and love. October 30, 2021, 3:00 – 5:00 PM PDT.

Resistance as an Act of Public Pedagogy

This virtual panel “Resistance as an Act of Public Pedagogy” will bring together five artists with African origins – Rikki Wemega-Kwawu, Laiwan, Linda Mvusi, Shaheen Merali, and Zainub Verjee – for an active engagement about the panellists; practices, experiences of resistance, and histories of decolonization. The event will be moderated by Narendra Pachkhédé. Co-presented by Centre A and Western Front.

TEHCHING HSIEH: FREE THINKING

Presented in partnership with Centre A, the Vancouver Art Gallery’s 19th Heller Lecture features New York-based, Taiwan-born artist Tehching Hsieh. Join us on June 3, 2021, at 4:00 PM PST / 7:00 PM EST. Register within.

Whose Chinatown? A Virtual Conference

Whose Chinatown: A virtual conference brings together a weekend of collaborative panels and talks facilitated live over zoom, brought to you by Griffin Art Projects, Centre A, The New Gallery and the Asian Canadian Writer’s Workshop with collaborative support from Tea Base, aiya, and Youth Collaborative for Chinatown. April 10 – 11, 2021.

Fugitive Images: A Lecture by Chris Hamamoto & Federico Pérez Villoro

Join us on Friday, March 5, 2021, at 4:00 PM PST, online, for “Fugitive Images”, a lecture by Chris Hamamoto & Federico Pérez Villoro.