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Join us for the Richmond Art Gallery Exhibition Tours & Talks


Saturday, March 17, 2018, 1:00 pm (FREE ADMISSION)

Learn more about the Transference exhibition with a tour led by guest curator Hannamari Jalovaara.



Tea and Tour with Curator of Transference Exhibition
Exhibition Transference incorporates the works of five artists – Aimée Henny Brown, Saskia Jetten, Ross Kelly, Colin Lyons and Kathleen Ritter. Each artist investigates the aesthetic and formal criteria specific to contemporary print media, while highlighting challenges and opportunities digital technology presents to the function and process of traditional printmaking.


Vancouver-based visual artist and independent curator, Hannamari Jalovaara holds an MFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design, a double Master’s degree in Aesthetics and Art Education, as well as a degree in Art Therapy. Her print media works have been exhibited internationally in numerous juried and touring shows, and are included in both public and private collections.For more information on this event and the gallery, please visit www.richmondartgallery.org



Image (front): Ross Kelly, lluminated Manuscript #2, 2017, graphite rubbing of each page from a found photograph album rebound and assembled to replicate the original, 13 x 17 inches, 35 pages




The Richmond Art Gallery (RAG)
The only public gallery in Richmond, the Richmond Art Gallery (RAG) is a municipal gallery supported by the non-profit Richmond Art Gallery Association. In operation since 1980, the Gallery presents exhibitions by regional, national and international artists, maintains a permanent collection of over 400 works, and presents innovative and diverse programming for children, youth, and adults. Richmond Art Gallery is dedicated to promoting dialogue among Richmond’s diverse communities through the presentation of contemporary visual art.