In the spring, we hand over the reigns to our Teen Interns and foreground the youth perspective. What issues are important to Kamloops youth? What was it like to be a teen when you were young? What has changed—what should change? Through Kitchen Conversations: Teen Talks we hope to bring all generations of Kamloopsians together to talk about issues important to our youth.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Following her talk, Meyer will lead a hands-on workshop exploring the relationship and tension between sports and art. More information here.
Hazel Meyer is an interdisciplinary artist who organizes large-scale, object-oriented installations and performance works that draw from archival research, subcultural ephemera, activist aesthetics, handmade tools and athletic tropes. She hold degrees from Concordia University and OCAD University, and is presently based in Toronto. Meyer’s work, Intestinal Anarchy, is on view in superyoung until July 1, 2017.
Learn something new while enjoying your after-work drink. Every month offers a new topic on diverse aspects of art history presented by local artists, educators and researchers. A cash bar is available.
Fall 2017 topics will be announced in September.