Jin-me Yoon: A conversation and publication celebration

Jin-me Yoon: A conversation and publication celebration

Categories: Panel Discussions, Receptions, Lunches and Dinners, Visual Arts | Intended for

Tuesday, September 19, 2023

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM | Add to calendar

Carleton University Art Gallery

1125 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON

Contact Information

Fiona Wright, 613-520-2120, fiona.wright@carleton.ca


No registration required.



About this Event

Host Organization: Carleton University Art Gallery
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Join us for a conversation to celebrate Jin-me Yoon’s exhibition, "Dreaming Birds, Becoming Crane," and the new book, "Jin-me Yoon: Life & Work," published by Art Canada Institute. The conversation features Ming Tiampo and Andrea Kunard and will be moderated by Victoria Nolte. Jin-me Yoon will be present and answer questions during the Q & A.

Kunard and Tiampo will speak to the central questions of Vancouver-based artist Jin-me Yoon’s practice: How can we move away from colonial ways of being? How do we create communities where sustainable relationships with our environment exist? How can we build a more equitable world?

This event takes place at CUAG in Yoon’s solo exhibition, "Dreaming Birds, Becoming Crane," which brings together recent video and photographic works with a focus on intergenerational and cross-cultural transmission of knowledges.

Copies of "Jin-me Yoon: Life & Work" will be available for purchase. We will also be giving away two copies! Light refreshments provided.

This event is co-presented with Art Canada Institute | Institut de l’art canadien and supported by the Korean Cultural Centre – Canada.

Access: This is a seated event; chairs are provided. A microphone will be used.

Construction: A big construction project at the north end of campus has changed the usual access routes to CUAG. Here is a map to guide you, a wayfinding video for drivers, and detailed directions for all modes of transport.

Parking: Visitor parking is available in the big concrete parkade (Lot P18), built over the O-train tracks. Please see the visiting page of CUAG’s website for directions.