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Spring Programs Addressing the War on Drugs

This Spring, Gallery Gachet’s programming addresses the personal, relational, and socio-political ramifications of the War on Drugs. From April 1 – May 15, 2021, Things My Dad Taught Me, a photography series in three parts, is an art exhibition by Jackie Dives, whose practice is influenced by feminism and photojournalism.

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In Print: The 13th Annual Oppenheimer Park Community Art Book

The Oppenheimer Park Community Art Show — the tradition continues through the pandemic in the form of a book featuring the artwork and insight of 40 artists and community leaders connected to or displaced from Oppenheimer Park, the green space known as Lek’lekí, the Powell Street Grounds, Paureu gai, the backyard of the Downtown Eastside; […]

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Fear and Care for the Fate of the World

December 20 – 22, 2020 land-based and online gachetfromaway.org Artists: Afuwa, BUSH Gallery, aly de la cruz yip, Chandra Melting Tallow, and Cecily Nicholson, Mercedes Eng, Hari Alluri & Junie Désil

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HIVE ART with Hives for Humanity

Wood hive box painted with blue bees against green, orange, yellow, and blue background.Launching today! Hives for Humanity Community Collaboration and Fundraiser Artists: Haisla Collins, Larissa Healey, Jessica Numminen, J Peachy, Jacqueline Quewezance, Jeska Slater, Martin and Shona Sparrow, Jacqueline West, Ilirijan Xhediku, Sandra Yuen

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Statement of Solidarity with Black Lives Matter and Commitment to Anti-Racism

On behalf of the collective membership, board of directors, and staff of Gallery Gachet Society 13 July 2020 Gallery Gachet Society stands in solidarity with the international mass movement led by Black Lives Matter. We commit to the ongoing work of speaking and working against anti-Black racism and racism in all of its forms. To […]

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THIS IS GREAT MATERIAL

Krystle Coughlin Silverfox, Hats’adän echo (Elders teachings), 2020. 18 in x 12 in. Image courtesy the artist.July 17 – August 21, 2020 online exhibition & poster series opening July 17   gachetfromaway.org Artists: Afuwa, Tamara Bond, Krystle Coughlin Silverfox, Marissa Diamond, Mary Phyllis O’Toole

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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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Manuel Axel Strain | 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

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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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