March 8th 2018
7pm-9pm (doors open at 6:30pm)
122 Bond St (School of Image Arts – Ryerson)
Arrive early to guarantee a seat as space is limited.
Converge Lecture Series would like to invite you to attend the second artist talk of 2018 featuring performance and photographic artist Terrance Houle.
Terrance Houle’s new project GHOST DAYS is an experimental multi-media, collaborative project that evokes our colonial and non-colonial histories, which exist in the light of night as in the darkness of the day. GHOST DAYS awakens a collaboration with the artists, audience and spirit.
Born in Calgary, AB, and raised on the Great Plains of North America, Houle makes use of performance, photography, video and film, music and painting in his work. Terrance Houle is a graduate from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2003 with a BFA Major in Fibre, is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary media artist, and a proud member of the Kainai Nation (Blood Tribe).
All lectures are open to the public, accessible to all bodies, welcoming to all faiths and backgrounds and a hundred percent free!
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