Aboriginal Gathering Place Speaker Series
Living Labs and the Aboriginal Gathering Place are pleased to welcome artist-in-residence Kim Stewart to Emily Carr in February as a part of our ongoing series Along a North-South Axis, presented in partnership with Two Rivers Gallery in Prince George, BC.
Join us at the AGP on Wednesday February 22, 11:30-12:30pm.
Future Self: The Creative Transformation of a Pop Culture Indian
Open studios daily – February 21 – 25, 2017
Kim Stewart has been working in the field of visual arts for more than 20 years. Born in the Athabasca, AB area, she is a descendant of a Canadian Métis Fur Trade family with Scottish, French, European and Cree ancestry. Kim is interested in exploring cultural adaptation and singular v.s. group identity through her studio practice. She often combines traditional aboriginal art forms, historical documents, photos and contemporary art disciplines in her work to help illuminate and reconstruct stories, opinions, and values from her past. Kim has earned diplomas in Fine Art, Graphic Design and Illustration and holds a Masters Degree from SFU in Art Education. Along with her artistic practice, Kim teaches visual arts at a College in Prince George, BC.
Along a North South Axis is a series of talks in Vancouver and Prince George co-presented by Two Rivers Gallery and Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
Top Image: Holiday – woven blanket wall hanging