Reserve your seat for the Re-Imaging Normal Panel on May 23rd at 6pm – 7:30pm at the Harcourt House Annex in Edmonton. Ricardo Miranda: Minister of Culture and Tourism will be giving opening remarks at this panel.
The limited number of tickets to attend this event may go relatively fast, so if you would like to attend, please get your ticket from the Eventbrite link. The tickets are on Eventbrite and are FREE.
What follows is information regarding what this panel is about:
Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts (AFA), and the Art Gallery of Alberta wish to invite you to a special panel discussion on Wednesday, May 23, from 6:00 to 7:30. Celebrating the opening of the AFA Travelling Exhibition Re-Imaging Normal at Visual Arts Alberta-CARFAC Project Space, this panel will address aspects of LGBTQ+ history in Alberta and foster a re-evaluation of what ‘normal’ can mean in the 21st century.
Opening remarks by the Honorable Ricardo Miranda, Minister of Culture and Tourism
- Michelle Lavoie – co-curator of exhibition
- Shane Golby – co-curator of exhibition/ Manager-Curator for Alberta Foundation for the Arts Travelling Exhibition Program (TREX), Region 2, organized by the Art Gallery of Alberta
- Daniel Beaudin – artist
- Max Quilliam – artist
- Adebayo Katiiti – artist
- with Chris W. Carson – Executive Director of Visual Arts Alberta – CARFAC as moderator
Closing remarks by Luca Petryshyn, AFA Collections Committee Chair.
The panel discussion takes place in the Education Room, Harcourt House Annex, 10211 112 Street, Edmonton between 6:00pm and 7:30pm. As seating is limited for the panel discussion, please RSVP to Eventbrite.
If you require more information on this event, contact Chris W. Carson by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone to 780.421.1731.
The reception for Re-Imaging Normal follows at Visual Arts Alberta-CARFAC Project Space, 3rd Floor, Harcourt House Building, 10215-112 Street, Edmonton, 7:30-9:30pm. An RSVP is not required for those that choose to just attend the reception starting at 7:30pm.