Artist Karen Tam explores the history of Chinese immigrants in Canada through extensively researched and immersive installations, focusing on the history of Chinese culture on Vancouver Island. Read more
This three part group exhibition aims to explore the ethics of taking care. Taking care within and outside the field of art professions, prioritizing care for the self and others, and the fatigue that results from enduring and educating under difficult circumstances. The aim of the exhibition is to create a space of safety and knowledge, where people feel welcome to share their experiences and connect with others around issues pertinent to mental and physical well being.
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Research Findings and Statement Our current solo exhibition, Karen Tam’s Autumn Tigers, explores the history of anti-Asian racism and celebrates the advocacy and resistance of contemporary Chinese communities. Inspired by this work, the CRAG Team Read more…
Last week we looked at the role sketchbook journals can play as the COVID-19 restrictions force us to look at the world around us from a different perspective. The simplest things in our daily routines Read more…