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Feb 10 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

WORD VANCOUVER PRESENTS UN/SETTLED: READING BLACK WOMEN, ART, POETRY AND PLACE

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Add to Calendar 10-02-2021 19:00 10-02-2021 20:00 America/Toronto WORD VANCOUVER PRESENTS UN/SETTLED: READING BLACK WOMEN, ART, POETRY AND PLACE

Join artist-writer Chantal Gibson, poet Otoniya J. Okot Bitek, and SFU librarian Ebony Magnus for a night of readings and reflection, as they discuss un/settled, the towering, photo-poetic art installation at the corner of Hastings and Richards that drapes Black womanhood over 240 ft2 of SFU Belzberg Library’s street-front windows.

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Join artist-writer Chantal Gibson, poet Otoniya J. Okot Bitek, and SFU librarian Ebony Magnus for a night of readings and reflection, as they discuss un/settled, the towering, photo-poetic art installation at the corner of Hastings and Richards that drapes Black womanhood over 240 ft2 of SFU Belzberg Library’s street-front windows.

Join artist-writer Chantal Gibson, poet Otoniya J. Okot Bitek, and SFU librarian Ebony Magnus for a night of readings and reflection, as they discuss un/settled, the towering, photo-poetic art installation at the corner of Hastings and Richards that drapes Black womanhood over 240 ft2 of SFU Belzberg Library’s street-front windows.