Vancouver Art Gallery launches free, online ‘Art Connects’ series
If you haven’t already figured it out, we at Curiocity love art. Aside from getting to look at pretty colours, we actually do believe that art has the power to transcend time and space, and produces the same appreciation for the sublime as nature itself. Sorry, we slipped into academia mode there for a second.
Anyway, the Vancouver Art Gallery recently announced a new, free series called Art Connects. This series will be available via video calls and will feature people whose opinions on art you’d actually want to hear. And no, we don’t consider ourselves to be a part of a group.
#TheTinManWasaDreamer was scheduled to open on Mar 21. Join curators Grant Arnold & Mandy Ginson this Tuesday for a discussion of the exhibition’s themes & a selection of works from the #VanArtCollection to kick off our new series #ArtConnects. Register at https://t.co/B0V7CZgIcM pic.twitter.com/0iUQhHgxG5
— Vancouver ArtGallery (@VanArtGallery) March 30, 2020
Let’s take their first ‘gathering’ as it’s called. Hosted by gallery curators Grant Arnold and Mandy Ginson, the stream will explore the current exhibition, called ‘The Tin Man Was a Dreamer’. Afterward, they will be taking questions that can be submitted by registered participants.
With the Arts Connects series, the Vancouver Art Gallery wants to ensure that they’re keeping dialogue and connection open, even during social distancing. We like to support stuff like that, so we’re letting you know about it!
When: Starts Tuesday, March 31, 1:30PM
Access: Click the link above to register