The Art of Reconciliation

Monday, June 20, 2016 - 22:00 to Tuesday, June 21, 2016 - 00:30

In celebration of her time as Vancouver Public Library's 2016 Aboriginal Storyteller in Residence, Renae Morriseau brings together a group of writers and artists to consider what reconciliation means to artists.

Artists on a whole are the backbone of philosophical discussions within societies. Often challenging communities to think forward backward and in the present. When the Truth and Reconciliation commission put forward the 94 recommendations to the federal government and to Canadians. Artists were left to wonder how that affects them within their communities. Join us for an evening with the Aboriginal Writers Collective and special guests to discover "The Art of Reconciliation" and unleash what reconciliation means to an artist living on unceded territory of the Salish people. 

This is a free event. 

The Facebook event page includes descriptions of the 17 artists. 

 

 

Vancouver , BC
Canada
49° 16' 57.8244" N, 123° 7' 14.6568" W
British Columbia CA

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