“Colour Theory: An Anti-Racist Art Exhibit” is a travelling visual arts exhibit curated by Angelique Bulosan. Developed out of a series of facilitated discussions that explore experiences around racism, it showcases visual art and storytelling pieces that are shared with the general public to spark dialogues around racism.
On Oct 27 (Wed), at 7pm, Join Massy Arts and curator Angelique Bulosan in an online town hall created to hear from the artists of the "Colour Theory - An Anti-Racism Art Exhibit" as they share about their experiences with the anti-racism discussions, the process of making their art and personal written pieces.
On Oct 29th (Fri), at 5pm, join poet Jane Wong for the launch of her latest book: "How to Not Be Afraid of Everything" (2021, Alice James Books). At the event, Wong will read poems and have a talk with author Leanne Dunic about the themes of this recent book: vulnerable and tangled ways in which we articulate and reckon with fear: fear of intergenerational trauma, of toxic masculinity, of silenced and hidden histories.
On Nov 04 (Thu), at 7pm, join Massy Arts Gallery & Heart of the City Festival for the launch of esteemed elder and activist Grace Eiko Thomson's new book: "Chiru Sakura / Falling Cherry Blossoms - A Mother & Daughter’s Journey through Racism, Internment and Oppression" (2021, Caitlin Press). The event will be hosted by artist and editor John Endo Greenaway.
On Nov 5th (Friday), at 6:30pm, join Massy Arts and Massy Books in a double literary launch: Isabella Wang's "Pebble Swing" (2021, Nightwood Editions) and Ellie Sawatzky's "None of This Belongs to Me" (2021, Nightwood Editions). Both authors will read passages from their works, and talk to the audience about their literary production. The event …