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Lunch and Learn at the Snelgrove

Posted in Arts & Culture, Indigenous
Jan 10, 2020

A hand-carved marble tent by Rebecca Belmore that looks straight onto the Acropolis for Documenta 14, in Athens, on April 4, 2017. (Photo: Dimitris Parthimos)

The Gordon Snelgrove Gallery is hosting a series of Lunch and Learns daily from Jan. 7–10. These presentations from across the college community address the intersections of Indigenous knowledges, pedagogical practices and contemporary art.

Friday, Jan. 10
12:30 pm
Gordon Snelgrove Gallery, 191 Murray Building, 3 Campus Dr.

Everyone is welcome

Guest speaker: jake moore

“Storied Matter and teaching a stone to talk inverted; Mattered story and learning how to listen”

jake moore is an intermedia artist, director of the University Art Galleries and Collection, and an assistant professor in the Department of Art and Art History.


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