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Michiko Suzuki: Hope Chests

Michiko Suzuki Hope Chests

Michiko Suzuki: Hope Chests
Burnaby Art Gallery
April 8-June 12, 2016
Opening Reception: Thursday, May 19, 2016 | 7-9pm

Michiko Suzuki's elegant printed silk tents contain "hope chests" embodying the dreams and aspirations of adolescent women. Incorporating printmaking and photography within a richly layered structure, the artist creates intimate portraits of eight young women from diverse cultural groups.


PUBLIC PROGRAMS

In the BAG: Family Sundays: May 8, 2016 | 1-4pm  |  Burnaby Art Gallery  |  Drop-in, all ages  |  FREE
Come see the show and make art! Get inspired by a visit to the gallery and then create a family-friendly art project. This month's project is Ink and Pastel. Register Now

Opening Reception: Thursday, May 19, 2016 | 7-9pm  |  Burnaby Art Gallery  |  FREE
Join us for the opening reception at the Burnaby Art Gallery. The evening features opening remarks followed by a reception in the Fireside Room. 

Artist Tour: Saturday, May 21, 2016 | 2-3pm  |  Burnaby Art Gallery  |  FREE
Join artist Michiko Suzuki as she leads a tour through her solo exhibition and reveals the stories and influences behind her artwork. Please note, this tour will be in Japanese with an English interpreter. 

In the BAG: Family Sundays: June 12, 2016 | 1-4pm  |  Burnaby Art Gallery  |  Drop-in, all ages  |  FREE
Come see the show and make art! Get inspired by a visit to the gallery and then create a family-friendly art project. This month's project is Collage Portraits. Register Now

Image Credit: Michiko Suzuki, Portrait of Migiwa, 2013, Archival Inkjet on RC Mat paper, 76.2 ×58.4 cm, Image courtesy the artist