Rafael Zen + Khalil Alomar present the web series Ideas To Make The World Bearable, a political education project that Zen organizes and coordinates in South America. Through a 10-class workshop the artist presented and discussed philosophical, political and poetic theories about togetherness, community building, post-identity, decoloniality, and anti-capitalism. Watch at Massy Arts.
On Tuesday, August 4 at 6pm, join California-based poet and playwright Zack Rogow for a reading event to celebrate poetry, cycles of life, beauty, meditative perspectives. At this in-person event, Rogow will present his latest book - Irreverent Litanies (2019, Regal House) - and will be joined by poets Tess Gallagher, and Gary Copeland Lilley
Join writer + dancer Karen Kurnaedy for the launch of her new book “Our Love Affair with Dance” (2022). At the in-person event, the author will address how the book celebrates the lives of Vancouver’s innovative dancers and instructors, sisters Magda & Gertrud Hahn, who opened the first modern dance school in Vancouver - The Hanova School of Modern Studies in Body Sculpture and the Classical Dance.
August 16 – September 22, Massy Arts will host, Inter/me/diary., a new exhibition by visual artist and educator Yasaman Moussavi. The show reflects Moussavi's interest in investigating the sense of space, which is fleeting and veiled, through the exploration of architectonic and linguistic structures.
Tuesday, August 16 at 6pm, Massy Arts will host an opening reception for Inter/me/diary., a new exhibition by visual artist and educator Yasaman Moussavi. The show reflects Moussavi’s interest in investigating the sense of space, which is fleeting and veiled, through the exploration of architectonic and linguistic structures.