Arts of Conscience: from Hiroshima to Vancouver
Photo credit: Left; Ishiuchi Miyako ひろしま/hiroshima #9, Dress, 2007/2008, Type C Print, 108x74cm, T.Fujisawa Right: Linda Hoaglund, ANPO: ART x WAR Film Poster
One Day Symposium
Saturday October 15, 10am-5pm (Door opens at 9:30 am)
Centre A: Vancouver International Centre for Contemporary Asian Art
2 West Hastings, Vancouver
Registration & Tickets
$20|$10 includes the symposium, the screening of Linda Hoaglund’s film ANPO: Art X War (2010), bento lunch, and a cocktail reception. Space is limited. Please call 604-683-8326 to purchase tickets or reserve your tickets at www.centrea.org (under the “headlines”) before October 10th.
Arts of Conscience is a one-day symposium on art and aesthetics that explores peace and ways of transforming the damaging forces of war, military occupation and the resulting generations of trauma. The symposium is organized in conjunction with the visit to Vancouver by Miyako Ishiuchi, internationally renowned Japanese contemporary photographer, to celebrate her exhibition ひろしま hiroshima which opens on October 14th at the Audain Gallery at the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.