- Tuesday, February 15, 2022
- 6:30pm – 8:30pm
- Online with Zoom
Do you feel like you are working in a vacuum, without community context? Want honest advice or practice talking about art? Join other artists and a special guest to give and receive constructive group critique. Everyone is welcome to attend and participate in the dialogue, whether you are sharing work or not. There is more “love” than “tough,” so don’t be shy! To register for a crit or to participate in the discussion, email email@example.com with “Tough Love Feb 2022” in the subject line to receive a meeting link.
Free! Artists of all genders welcome. To register for a crit or to participate, email Adriana at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Tough Love Feb 2022” in the subject line to receive a meeting link.
Adrienne Huard (they/them) is a Two-Spirit/Indigiqueer Anishinaabe curator, writer, scholar and performer. They are a citizen of Couchiching First Nation, Ontario, born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba. They are a former Editor-at-Large of Canadian Art magazine and are a co-founder of gijiit curatorial collective alongside their collaborator, Jas M. Morgan. Currently, they are enrolled in a PhD-level program in Indigenous Studies at the University of Manitoba.