OCAD U and AGO present The Entangled Gaze conference


October 18, 19 and 20 -- Hosted by Gerald McMaster, OCAD University's Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Visual Culture and Curatorial Practice,  this two-day conference addresses the ways Indigenous and European artists have represented each other in historical and contemporary art.

 

 
DateWednesday, October 18, 2017 - 6:00pm to Friday, October 20, 2017 - 7:00pm

Cost

Tickets may be purchased online Public: $75 Students: $45 https://ago.ca/events/entangled-gaze-indigenous-and-european-views-each-other

Email

Peter Scott pscott@faculty.ocadu.ca

Website

http://www.entangledgaze.ca

Location

AGO and OCAD University, see schedule: http://www.entangledgaze.ca/schedule/

Entangled Gaze convenes an interdisciplinary group of scholars, museum professionals, artists, and Indigenous community members from North America and Europe, to explore post-contact histories as they have been expressed through Indigenous art and visual culture.

Presenters include:

Kent Monkman, Barry Ace, Rosalie Favel, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Embassy of Imagination, Lisa Myers; scholars Krista Ulujuk Zawadski, Rainer Hatoum, Kaitlin McCormick, Jonathan King, Nicole Perry, Monika Siebert, Christopher Green, Anna Brus, Markus Lindner, Rick Hill; and curators Wanda Nanibush, Nika Collison Jisgang, Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse, Nii Q. Quarcoopome, and Candace Greene.

The opening reception at Provo Food Bar features storyteller Drew Hayden Taylor, who uses humour to address the profound and entangled relationships between Indigenous and Euro-Canadians.

Tickets may be purchased online.
Public: $75
Students: $45

 

Below:

Left image: Sea Captain Figure, c. 1840. Haida, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Argillite, ivory, 46.8 x 13.5 x 8 cm. Purchased with Funds from the Estate of Mary Eileen Ash, 2008. Image © 2017 Art Gallery of Ontario 2008/43

Right image: Paul Kane. Death of Omoxesisisany or Big Snake, 1858 c – 1859. Embossed chromo lithograph on paper, 17.2 x 46.1 cm. Gift of Robert Hunter, 2006. © 2017 Art Gallery of Ontario 2006/29



Poster for event, features painting of an Indigenous persons on horseback, and a sculpture of a European captain
DateWednesday, October 18, 2017 - 6:00pm to Friday, October 20, 2017 - 7:00pm

Cost

Tickets may be purchased online Public: $75 Students: $45 https://ago.ca/events/entangled-gaze-indigenous-and-european-views-each-other

Email

Peter Scott pscott@faculty.ocadu.ca

Website

http://www.entangledgaze.ca

Location

AGO and OCAD University, see schedule: http://www.entangledgaze.ca/schedule/

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 6:00pm to Friday, October 20, 2017 - 7:00pm

Entangled Gaze convenes an interdisciplinary group of scholars, museum professionals, artists, and Indigenous community members from North America and Europe, to explore post-contact histories as they have been expressed through Indigenous art and visual culture.

Presenters include:

Kent Monkman, Barry Ace, Rosalie Favel, Hulleah Tsinhnahjinnie, Embassy of Imagination, Lisa Myers; scholars Krista Ulujuk Zawadski, Rainer Hatoum, Kaitlin McCormick, Jonathan King, Nicole Perry, Monika Siebert, Christopher Green, Anna Brus, Markus Lindner, Rick Hill; and curators Wanda Nanibush, Nika Collison Jisgang, Kathryn Bunn-Marcuse, Nii Q. Quarcoopome, and Candace Greene.

The opening reception at Provo Food Bar features storyteller Drew Hayden Taylor, who uses humour to address the profound and entangled relationships between Indigenous and Euro-Canadians.

Tickets may be purchased online.
Public: $75
Students: $45

 

Below:

Left image: Sea Captain Figure, c. 1840. Haida, Queen Charlotte Islands, British Columbia. Argillite, ivory, 46.8 x 13.5 x 8 cm. Purchased with Funds from the Estate of Mary Eileen Ash, 2008. Image © 2017 Art Gallery of Ontario 2008/43

Right image: Paul Kane. Death of Omoxesisisany or Big Snake, 1858 c – 1859. Embossed chromo lithograph on paper, 17.2 x 46.1 cm. Gift of Robert Hunter, 2006. © 2017 Art Gallery of Ontario 2006/29

Venue & Address: 
AGO and OCAD University, see schedule: http://www.entangledgaze.ca/schedule/
Website: 
http://www.entangledgaze.ca
Email: 
Peter Scott pscott@faculty.ocadu.ca
Cost: 
Tickets may be purchased online Public: $75 Students: $45 https://ago.ca/events/entangled-gaze-indigenous-and-european-views-each-other
Poster for event, features painting of an Indigenous persons on horseback, and a sculpture of a European captain
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