Author Archives: Sylwia

Postponed | Jackie Dives: A Room for the Pain | April 17 – May 23 | Capture Photography Festival Selected Exhibition

Capture Photography Festival opens today with an excellent program, now reconceptualized. This year’s Festival includes A Room for the Pain, a solo exhibition by Jackie Dives at Gallery Gachet originally scheduled for April 17 to May 23 and now postponed.

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Gallery Gachet’s Response to COVID-19

Gallery Gachet is closed until further notice. One of the best ways we can show care at this time is to step back, to practice social distancing. We are following closely the advice of health authorities and planning creative ways to continue our programming and stay connected by other means. Please visit our website at […]

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Eli Howey | Passageways

February 28 – April 4, 2020 Including sculpture, printmaking, book arts, and community engagement, Passageways is a solo exhibition by Eli Howey based on a series of watercolour and gouache paintings of the same title. In the series, characters in shadowy environments interact with surrounding objects and flora.

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Take As Needed

Interurban Art Gallery, 1 E Hastings |Saturday, February 8 | 3pm-5pm A community conversation in association with Manuel Axel Strain’s Needed Medicine, currently on exhibit nearby at Gallery Gachet, 9 W Hastings Free Event | Smudging will be offered | Refreshments will be provided at 3pm The conversation will begin at 3:30pm to make time […]

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Manuel Axel Strain: Needed Medicine

January 10 – February 15, 2020 Opening: Friday, January 10, 6pm – 9pm Performance: Friday, January 10, 6pm | Near the gallery in Blood Alley Square between Abbott St and Carrall St Featuring new work by Manuel Axel Strain, Needed Medicine locates mental health within contexts of colonization, intergenerational trauma, and cultural resurgence. Through installation, […]

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Gallery Gachet Closed

Gallery Gachet will be closed from December 21, 2019 to January 6, 2020 We wish you a happy winter solstice and holidays!

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Lacey Prize Announcement

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 Announcement from the Gallery Gachet Collective and Staff Today the National Gallery of Canada and the Naomi and John Lacey Family announce the recipients of the inaugural Lacey Prize in recognition of artist-run centres in Canada. With joy we share the news that Gallery Gachet accepts the Lacey Prize as runner-up, […]

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You, Me & Us | Annual Collective Show

November 8 to December 20, 2019 Join us on Friday, November 8 from 6pm to 9pm for the opening reception of  You, Me & Us, an art exhibition presenting new work by the artists of Gallery Gachet. The artists will be present.

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Gachet’s Bookshelf

Hours: October 22 – 26,  12pm – 6pm Stop by the foyer of Gallery Gachet for the launch of Gachet’s Bookshelf. Researched and published by artists in the DTES, Gachet’s Bookshelf is an annotated bibliography in zine format compiling life writing, fiction, critical psy and dis/ability studies, poetry, and artist books on topics of madness, […]

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Global Climate Strike

Gallery Gachet will be closed Friday, September 27 in support of the Global Climate Strike. Vancouver’s Strike March gathers at City Hall at 1pm, on unceded Musqueam, Squamish, and Tsleil-Waututh territories.  globalclimatestrike.net

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