Maria Hupfield, still from The One Who Keeps on Giving, video, 2017

First Fridays

First Friday - Eco-criticism and Feminism by Sally Frater

  • April 9, 2021, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
  • Online with Zoom or Facebook Live

Free! Watch online with Zoom or Facebook Live. Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87683012056

Curator Sally Frater explores issues of space, place and identity in her practice. In her upcoming lecture at MAWA, she will discuss the intersections between eco-criticism and feminism as they occur in the work of contemporary artists.

Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/87683012056

Live ASL interpretation will be provided. Auto-captions are available if you watch the lecture with Zoom. 

If you are unable to watch the lecture live it will remain posted on our Facebook page. It will also be recorded, closed captioning added and then posted here by the end of April.

  • Sally Frater

    Curatorially, Sally Frater is interested in decolonization, spatial theory, Black and Caribbean diasporas, photography, art of the everyday, and issues of equity and representation in museological spaces. She has curated exhibitions for institutions such as the Ulrich Museum of Art, the McColl Center for Art and Innovation, and Centre[3] for Artistic and Social Practice. A former resident in the Core Critical Studies fellowship at the Glassell School of the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, Texas), Frater has also completed fellowships and residencies at the UT Dallas Centraltrak, Southern Methodist University, Project Row Houses and Art21. She is currently the curator of contemporary art at the Art Gallery of Guelph.