What’s on display

A diversity in arts is in store

Spanning pre-Confederation colonialism to the cusp of second-wave feminism, The Artist Herself brings to light a rich but under-explored aspect of Canadian culture at the Art Gallery of Greater Victoria Oct. 2 to Jan. 3.

A distinctive voice in the fields of conceptual, performance and mail-art, Anna Banana is a pioneer of participatory art practices. In 45 Years of Fooling Around with A. Banana, the AGGV provides a glimpse into her creative endeavours, to Jan. 3.

Christmas is about to get (even) gayer as the AGGV and Intrepid Theatre team up to create Homo for the Holidays, a unique night of art, performance, camp, cocktails, and frivolity, Dec. 4.

 

 

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