If you missed visiting the gallery space during Towards Braiding: Dreaming of Anti-colonial Futures in the Forest City, or if you'd like to see how the space accumulated community input over time, you can now visit the space via this virtual tour, courtesy of TFD Media and the Office of Indigenous Initiatives at Western University.
This interactive exhibit and conversation series invites Londoners to reflect on their roles and responsibilities as Treaty People, and collectively dream of anti-colonial futures, together using Towards Braiding as our guide. This series serves as an entry point for anyone curious—or actively working towards—decolonizing art, institutions, as well as arts and education, broadly. A highly participatory exhibition event, visitors to the gallery are invited to reflect and contribute to the conversation on the literal walls of our space. As panels and workshops occur between September and October, recordings and transcriptions will also be available for visitors to engage with.
We will be posting recordings of Towards Braiding panels, talks and workshops shortly, thanks to support from the Public Humanities at Western.