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December 12, 2020

Open Conversations with Aislinn Thomas

Hosted by Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery

The next installment of KWAG's Open Conversations series is inspired by 'A piece of cloth, held taut,' a series of experimental visual descriptions commissioned for KWAG’s winter 2020 exhibition, The Myth of Consensus. Artist Aislinn Thomas, in conversation with Brock Richardson, Emily Cook, Kat Germain, and Ramya Amuthan, will discuss the topic of audio description and access within cultural institutions.

This virtual event will be hosted on Zoom. ASL interpretation and CART captioning for the event is provided by Canadian Hearing Services with support from the Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation

Open Conversations are kindly supported by the Gamble Family

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ASL interpretation and CART captioning for the event is provided by Canadian Hearing Services with support from the Kitchener Waterloo Community Foundation

Organizations

Kitchener-Waterloo Art Gallery

101 Queen St. North, Kitchener, ON

Phone number: 519-579-5860

Email: mail@kwag.on.ca

KWAG is Waterloo Region's leading public art gallery, connecting people and ideas through art, with a focus on the best of contemporary culture. For the benefit of current and future generations, the Gallery collects, preserves, researches, interprets, and exhibits the visual arts and offers dynamic public programming relating to the visual arts, all with a view to inspiring creativity and an appreciation of the visual arts in the Region. Established in 1956 and incorporated in 1968, KWAG is a non-profit organization open to the public and administered in the public trust. The Gallery emphasizes contemporary art, often premiering works by Canadian and international artists. Exhibitions frequently draw upon selections from over 4000 works from the Permanent Collection to provide a context and forum for dialogue on current exhibitions and contemporary issues. KWAG plays a vital educational role in the community, offering a full spectrum of artistic experience for adults, children and families alike.