How are We Weaving the Future? Artist Panel Discussion

By: Bill Reid Gallery

Saturday, November 6, 2021, 11 am - 12 noon

$13 In-person (limited 25 seats) and online RSVP Eventbrite

How can the art of Salish weaving build a sense of place, identity, and healing? 

Please join us for a panel discussion—in-person or online - featuring the artists in the Weaving the Future exhibition: Debra Sparrow (Musqueam), Angela George (Tsleil-Waututh) and Chief Janice George (Squamish), partnered with their students, three emerging weavers: Aleen Sparrow (Musqueam), Deana George (Tsleil-Waututh), and Anita Tetreau (Squamish). 

Weaving the Future explores the changing dynamics of Salish weaving—how materials and techniques stay the same, but the end results are adapting to contemporary lifestyles. The exhibition emphasizes the important role of mentorship and passing on traditional knowledge.

Limited number of in-person attendees - 25 attendees

$13 In-person - Talk is included with the admission fee to the Gallery. (Price does not include taxes) Register

Free - Indigenous Peoples/Gallery Members - Please RSVP and contact Aliya Boubard (Assistant Curator): to reserve your in-person seat.

Online - Free - RSVP to Eventbrite. A link will be sent the day before the online event.

Mask and vaccine passport will be required for in-person attendees. The artist panel discussion will be live streamed. 

Chief 7idansuu James Hart Emerging Artist Program Partner: