The Art Centre Powell River Public Art Gallery will be extending the Memento Mori Exhibition (to Dec 5, see hours above) due to the current Public Health order for COVID 19, that expires on November 23.– The Art Centre
Memento Mori is a collective community expression honouring grief, loss and transitions between life and death. There will be a community installation of masks, music, writing and an ofrenda (altar) to honour deceased loved ones. Please bring a photo or memento for the ofrenda, a mask, or a writing submission for ‘Death Together’.
View the virtual component of all events on our You tube channel and our website.
Join in the online discussion!
Listen to andrea bennett’s 10 minute introduction here.
The What the Plus Group Art Exhibition is ongoing (Tues, Thurs & Sat 12-5PM)
until July 25, 2020.
|Alfred Bolster||Fiona Tyler|
|Amber Friedman||Giovanni Spezzacatena (rabideye)|
|Andrea Bennett (guest speaker)||Jazz Rico|
|Angelica Hamilton||John Hewson|
|Blossom (Maia Wade)||Karin Birch|
|Chris Roberts||Kathryn Neun|
|Daniel Rajala||Kevin Wilson|
|Earle Thompson||Prashant Miranda|
Although LBGQT2 stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, Queer/Questioning and 2-Spirited, the plus (+) that is usually included after the initialism encompasses a list of other identities that fall under the queer umbrella. Our group art exhibition features 17 local artists ranging in age from 12 to 65+, working in various media, focusing on the ‘+’ itself, as it indicates a range or ‘gradient’, representing the fluid spectrum of human gender and sexuality.
JUNE 20 – JULY 25, 2020
Gallery Hours: Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday 12pm-5pm
Online Interview and audience Q&A “Theyday” on
Friday, July 17th at 7pm
An exploration of the way queer identities have evolved over time, including the initialism LGBTQ+ and its additions and spaces and everything in-between, with author Andrea Bennett. Access through www.whattheplus.ca
Sponsored by: qathet Community Justice – BC Arts Council – Malaspina Art Society, Powell River Council for Arts & Culture – PR Pride.