Open Space is pleased to present CORRECTIONS by Garry Neill Kennedy (the first in a series counting up to the Fiftieth Anniversary of Open Space in 2022!).
Open Space held the fourth in a series of important community events, a Community Forum, last Sunday, May 27. Previous events included an Indigenous, Black and People of Colour forum on March 10, a Community Forum on April 8 and a Healing Ceremony and Feast on April 9. This final forum set out to gather a diverse group of Open Space members and supporters within a structured space to allow open dialogue about the recent challenges at Open Space.
What is the lived experience of a city? What do tourist narratives of a place leave out, and how can we uncover the stories of a place often reduced to postcards and trinkets?
This summer Saskatoon-based artist David LaRiviere seeks to take on these questions about Victoria.
From 13 June through 28 July, Open Space presents The Tree House Project by multi-disciplinary Toronto-based artist Jennie Suddick.
The Tree House Project envisions the tree house as both a personal space and a realm of the imagination, a lens through which to consider changing landscape, autonomy, and nostalgia.