Massy Arts Society is hiring a Community Arts Coordinator! This position is perfect for students enrolled in, or previously graduated from, a publishing program, as well creative writing, visual arts, curatorial practices, or similar.
May 10 - July 07, Massy Arts will host Digital Interventions, a two-part group exhibition featuring the work of seven emerging interdisciplinary artists: Kaila Bhullar, Debbie C, Sena Cleave, kathy feng, Vitória Monteiro, Hân Phạm, and Paige Smith.
To celebrate the upcoming show The Hybrid Machine, Rafael Zen interviews the artists for Massy Arts, discussing the human bodily experience as both an instrument of social reality and a product of multiple narratives - and questioning how the body figure translates to each particular research.
To celebrate Digital Interventions, Massy Arts presents a conversation between artists Kaila Bhullar, Sena Cleave, and Debbie C, exploring the expanding presence of technologies and the complexity within digital spaces.
On Tuesday, May 24 at 6pm, Massy Arts will host an opening reception for The Hybrid Machine, a group show celebrating works by artists Nicholas Tay, Alisha Sian, Pippa Cherniavksy, and Dennis Humphrey.
On Thursday, May 26 at 10am, join Contemporary African Voices, bookseller Massy Books, and Zimbabwean award-winning novelist Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu for a conversation with Garvia Bailey, followed by a Q&A.
On May 26, Massy Arts hosts a reception and artist’s talk to celebrate Alisha Sian’s group exhibition - The Hybrid Machine. During the talk, Sian will be sharing her process for creating each piece in the exhibition along with a background to what her art represents.
Join us for an evening of poetry reading, featuring Vancouver poet Gillian Jerome’s launch of her second book, Nevertheless, and Victoria poet Maleea Acker’s launch of her third book of poems, Hesitating Once to Feel Glory.
Tuesday, May 31 at 6pm, Massy Arts hosts an opening reception for the upcoming exhibition Digital Interventions – a group show by Kaila Bhullar, Debbie C, Sena Cleave, kathy feng, Vitória Monteiro, Hân Phạm, and Paige Smith.
To celebrate Gurjinder Basran's new literary work, Rafael Zen interviews the author for Massy Arts, asking how the loss of all of our preconceptions about how life should be may allow us to connect and actually see each other.