CFAT is excited to announce the launch of Poems for Impending Doom an online exhibition curated by our current Curators-in-Residence Lucy Pauker and Alessia Oliva. As our world seems to be burning around us (both metaphorically and literally), our curators asked four artists to write poems about how we would do it, if we could do it all again. The exhibition will features work by Camille Rojas, Madeline Scott, Camila Salcedo, and Arielle Twist.
The online exhibition will be launched at the Art Bar (1873 Granville St.) on Friday, March 29th, 2019 at 7pm. The launch will offer a sneak peek of the website as well as the physical exhibition catalogue. There will be food, refreshments and a chance to speak with the curators.
The doors to the Art Bar have no buttons to press for automatic entry – staff and volunteers will be monitoring the door for anyone who may need assistance. The main entrance to the Art Bar is ground level. There are gender-neutral washroom stalls, which include 3 toilets and a urinal.
CFAT would like to remind all that participating in public events is a privilege. Care for yourself and others. We reserve the right to ask anyone to leave the space, for discrimination or violent acts, which include but are not limited to: racism, white supremacy, sexism, heterosexism, cissexism/transmisogyny, tokenism, ableism, ageism, sizeism, sexualized and all acts of violence and harassment.
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