Our new feature exhibit, Trading Routes: Rivers, Fish and Oil, opens April 11.
Energy is a hot topic in B.C. Debates have emerged about the benefits and social and environmental risks of investment in fossil fuel industries. Much of the debate centres around this question: whose land is this? To further the discussion, this exhibit includes interviews, photographs, video, and artwork from artists and students. This exhibit was created as part of “Trading Routes: Grease Trails, Oil Futures“, an art and research project, led by principal investigator Ruth Beer.
Trading Routes research/art project is supported by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
L’exposition bilingue: anglais & français
Supported by: Georgia Straight