Promotional poster of "Tracing Possibilities," a global conference on disability arts hosted by the British Council, to take place December 6-8, 2019 in Guadalajara, Mexico.
Promotional poster of “Tracing Possibilities,” a global conference on disability arts hosted by the British Council, to take place December 6-8, 2019 in Guadalajara, Mexico.

Indefinite Arts Centre is back on the global stage – this time, representing Canada at an upcoming global summit on disability arts in Guadalajara, Mexico, hosted by the British Council.

Indefinite Arts Centre staff – JS Ryu, Karly Mortimer, and Jarret Hlady – will be joined by three IAC artists (TBA) as they showcase the incredible work of our organization and share best practices in artistic training, creation, and exhibition opportunities for artists with disabilities. The IAC artists will also lead a number of workshops that will be open to the public.

In addition, ten of our artists’ works have been selected to be on exhibition from December to February 2020 in Guadalajara at the conference site. This curated exhibition – entitled Drawing Power – will feature the works of Rene Boyer, Andrew Harding, Rachel Harding, Gwyn Howell, Donald Greenough, Roby King, Brad McCaull, Susie Meredith, Kristen Smith, and Amanda Varty.

Poster promoting the Drawing Power event on October 29 at Festival Hall in Calgary.

Calgarians will have a sneak peek of the works before they head off to Mexico at our LAUNCHPAD 3.0 event to take place October 29 at 5 PM at Festival Hall. Click here for more details.