CALL FOR APPLICATIONS – 2022 ARTS WRITING MENTORSHIP

Centre A is excited to launch our 2022 Arts Writing Mentorship Program that we hope will build an inclusive community for self-identifying Asian youth while fostering a greater understanding of evolving cultural experiences and identities. Apply by April 11, 2022.

Astria Suparak: Asian futures, without Asians

Centre A is pleased to announce the Canadian premiere of Asian futures, without Asians, a new multimedia presentation by artist and curator Astria Suparak. This version of the live performance/lecture is commissioned by Centre A and will take place online on Saturday, April 9, 2022, from 2 to 3:30 PM PDT.

Re-Reading the Asianadian

In conjunction with Centre A’s current exhibition Revisiting the Asianadian, we will be hosting another iteration of the Centre A’s Reading Group on Saturday, March 5, from 1 to 3 PM.

Centre A Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon

Centre A invites participants to our virtual and in-person Art + Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon during March of 2022. Details within.

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.

NEW MEMBERSHIP PERKS WITH MASSY BOOKS

We are super excited to collaborate with community partner Massy Books for our new membership perks! Anyone who signs up for a Centre A Membership will now receive a Read more…

BOOK LAUNCH: GU XIONG: “THE REMAINS OF A JOURNEY”

Join us at Centre A for the official launch of artist Gu Xiong’s new book “The Remains of a Journey”. The event will be held in person on Saturday, November 20, 3 – 6 PM.