Stop by grunt gallery to refresh your spring reading!
Find yourself a copy of the ‘Mamook Ipsoot (To Hide or Make Hidden)’ book and Art Cards. The book describes how the youth project approached art-making through a conceptual lens and explores the relationship between indigenous youth and Vancouver’s landscape. It includes a foreword by Glenn Alteen and an essay by community arts coordinator, Jolene Andrews.
Stop by to feast your eyes on the ‘Don’t Go Hungry – Be Hungry’ booklet. This publication features a new essay by Tania Willard and includes beautiful photos from the Don’t Go Hungry exhibition by Bracken Hanuse Corlett and Csetkwe Fortier.
We’ll be offering lots of great deals on past publications, check out our online store to see what we have available:
Watch Bracken Hanuse Corlett and Csetkwe Fortier talk about, “Don’t Go Hungry”.
Learn all about the “Mamook Ipsoot (To Hide or Make Hidden)” project: