How to register.
To register for this Studio Visit please fill out the registration form by clicking here.
NaAC Studio Visits are our way of creating new opportunities for NaAC artists to engage in creative conversations with other practicing artists from the comfort of our homes. Participating presenters will walk us through their studio practice, methods, materials, inspirations, and everything in-between. Studio Visits will be an hour in length and take place online via Zoom. Conversations will be casual, and NaAC artists are encouraged to ask as many questions as they would like!
No additional fees are required to join the tours.
If you are interested in attending, please register by Thursday, August 26, 2021
Carlan Savage-Hughes is an artist and cultural worker committed to using art as a tool for liberation. Her facilitation and curatorial practices are centred around strengthening independent arts communities as an act of resisting the capital-driven values of the commercial art world. In her artwork, she seeks to make the divine visible through painting, drawing, sculpture and installation. Born and raised in Mohkinstsis, Carlan recently graduated from Emily Carr University with a major in Painting and a minor in Social Practice and Community Engagement.