Artist Talk with Tia Cavanagh

Jun 13, 7 pm at ARTSPACE

Please join us for an Artist Talk with Tia Cavanagh on Thursday, July 13th at 7pm. The artist will discuss her work featured in jibwaa aawang / miiniwaa nongwa / baamaa pii, on view at Artspace from May 24 to July 13.

Originally from the northern shores of Lake Huron in Ontario, Tia Cavanagh has lived and studied in Havelock, Norwood, Peterborough, Montreal and Toronto. Achieving her BFA at OCAD university she now studies at Trent University working on her Masters degree in Canadian and Indigenous Studies. Cavanagh is a multi-disciplinary artist using materials such as paint, wood, fabrics, sculpture and projection. For her, storytelling, process, discovery and new meaning are at the core of art making. With these aspects at the root, she continues to explore approaches and understanding through the creative lens of an Indigenous woman drawing upon Indigenous research methodologies.

This event is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Artspace is physically accessible.