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Register for second traditional Indigenous talking circle for Agnes Reimagined

The second event in this series, aimed at fostering conversation within the community and provide an opportunity for feedback, will focus on housing, caring, and hospitality

As part of the consulting process for Agnes Reimagined, a series of traditional Indigenous talking circles is being held.

The second event in this series, aimed at fostering conversation within the community and provide an opportunity for feedback, will focus on housing, caring, and hospitality.

Facilitated by Georgina Riel, Indigenous Affairs Consultant of RIEL Cultural Consulting, the Talking Circle is a hybrid event taking place on Zoom and in-person at Robert Sutherland Hall on Saturday, April 30, 1-3 pm.

All members of the community are welcome to take part.

Register online for the in-person portion of the event.

Background

In February, Toronto-based KPMB Architects was selected to oversee the design phase of Agnes Reimagined, the initiative to update the campus art gallery and bring a revolutionary vision of the role of the art museum to life.