10572 115 St NW, Edmonton, AB T5H 3K6
Jan 27 - Jan 27
7pm - 8:30pm MST
Visit with Artist Sikapinakii Low Horn in their studio as they walk through their creative process. In relation to their art practice Sikapinakii will be discussing the acts of a flow of consciousness when it comes to zine-making. Creating zines allows Low Horn to clearly and concisely present their ideas to an audience; ideas that are in nature very uncomfortable when discussed with the non-indigenous. Low Horn’s works deal with stories of racism, the Canadian government, and the white-gaze, but most importantly they also tell the stories of their people and the importance of being able to openly talk about these issues. This session will focus on the Zine as a tool for communication drawing on the Artist’s influences and research.
Thursday, January 27 7pm – 8:30pm MST
Location: zoom (register for zoom link)
This programming is funded by the Edmonton Arts Council through the Connections and Exchanges Organizational Initiatives Grant.
SNAP is happy to provide this programming at no cost to participants.
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