12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Please note the event time is in Pacific Standard Time.
Join TD Assistant Curator of Engagement, Jas Lally for a drop in at the Arbutus Greenway to learn more about A Journey Reframed presented as part of Capture 2022 Festival’s Pattison Outdoor Billboards Public Art Project.
Photographer Miranda Barnes, who works across both the commercial and contemporary art realms, explores a different kind of moment in her work. This collection of images was taken in a few states around the U.S. including Texas, Louisiana, New York, Ohio, and California over the course of four years, and they are a strong representation of her personal work. These images have served as a gateway to ideas for future projects, and they remind her of the power that photography has to both capture the beauty of the everyday mundane as well as to ignite a dialogue about important societal issues. Of this particular project she explains, “the works selected for Capture Photography Festival are an array of images made in New York and, most recently, my transition to making work in Texas and the surrounding areas. I like to believe that my work leaves space for imagination, and highlights themes that interest me such as nostalgia of the past and dreaming about the future.”
The Arbutus Greenway Billboards are generously supported by the Audain Foundation.
Jas Lally is the TD Assistant Curator of Engagement for Capture Photography Festival. Lally has been involved in the Vancouver art community for over 10 years working in not-for-profit galleries supporting local emerging artists. Her past positions include, Assistant at Art Rental & Sales at the Vancouver Art Gallery and Assistant Curator at the Contemporary Art Gallery. Lally is currently serving as President for the Board of Directors of the Contemporary Art Society of Vancouver, President and Fundraising Chair for the Board of Directors of the Richmond Art Gallery Association and is on the Artist Residency Committee for Burrard Arts Foundation. She received a Masters in History of Art from the University of Birmingham, UK, in the curatorial program where she was the team leader in organizing a graduate-led exhibition of drawings from the National Portrait Gallery, London.