Alicia Henry- Witnessing, followed by a hands-on workshop:

For the last two decades, Alicia Henry has been exploring unconventional approaches to portraiture, using the face to represent something that is hidden, revealed, and performed. In Witnessing, Henry’s compelling compositions are drawn from a multitude of references: the artist’s own memories, her collection of West African masks, and events on the street or on television, to name but a few. Imbued with her perspective as an African American woman, the figures assert themselves as timeless witnesses reflecting a variety of personal and social histories.

The tour will end at 3 pm.

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1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

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This workshops is held offsite at Kamloops Art Gallery - 101 - 465 Victoria Street - Kamloops, BC - V2C 2A9 - Canada


  • Kamloops Art Gallery
    Kristen Gardner

    Kristen Gardner is the School Programs Coordinator at the Kamloops Art Gallery; she holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Thompson Rivers University (2022) and a Digital Art and New Media Diploma from Selkirk College (2017). Gardner is a multi-media visual artist currently residing in her hometown of Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc, colonially known as Kamloops, British Columbia.