Chantal Gibson Writer-Artist-Educator

@ chantalgibsonartist Vancouver BC

Where Visual and literary art meet

Where Visual and literary art meet

Where Visual and literary art meetWhere Visual and literary art meet
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A Grammar of Loss: Studies in Erasure. Open Space Victoria February 21, 2020.

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On Now: How She Read, Caitlin Press 2019

CBC Books of the Year 2019

CBC 11 up and coming Canadian poets 

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Quill & Quire Review April 15, 2019

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CBC Interview and Reading Feb16, 2019

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Interview Read Local BC April 2019

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Coming Soon: February 21 - March 28 2020 


A Grammar of Loss: Studies in Erasure

Engaging in this de/colonial moment this solo show offers a visually poetic response to the questions “What does it mean to decolonize a text? And what does it really mean to confront Empire?” 

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Wednesday February 6, 2020 6-8pm


Decolonizing Voices: 

A Celebration of Black Canadian HERstory

MOA pays tribute to the contributions of Black Womxn Canadians with an evening of academic and artistic performances. 

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Wednesday January 22, 2020

Incite Poets in Conversation

Vancouver Writer's Festival Incite

Vancouver Public Library 

Alice Mackay Room  7:30pm

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On Now: The Other James Baldwin Workshop

"The Other James Baldwin," an interactive literary-art workshop:

Using the Past to de/Colonize the Present. 

  

· OCAD University faculty, Toronto, August 28, 2019

· First Annual Afrocentrism Conference 2019, SFU/UBC, Sept 21-22

· Franklin High School  Seattle Grade 11 Students, Seattle, October 18 

· WA NA WARI Arts Centre, Seattle, October 19

· Emily Carr University, Vancouver, October 30

· Open Space Victoria Residency March 24-28 2020

With thanks to BC Arts Council.

OCAD August 28 2019

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Afrocentrism Sept 22

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Franklin High Seattle Oct 18

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Wa Na Wari Seattle Oct 19

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Wa Na Wari exhibit to Dec 28

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Emily Carr University Oct 30

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With thanks for funding from the British Columbia Arts Council, the League of Canadian Poets and the Canada Council for the Arts.