Artists: Joni Cheung, Faye Harnest, Donna M. Paris and David Ofori Zapparoli, Alyssa Pisciotto, Grace Salez and Judith Price, Amanda White.
Presented by BRIDGE Centre for Architecture + Design and Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea Exchange
Missing Pages is a community-centric online project that makes space for voices that are underrepresented in our knowledge institutions. Public catalogues of stories—whether an archive, a university, or a library—are intended to tell us who we are. However, they undoubtedly omit and exclude experiences and knowledge. This series of public programs and online artworks focuses on personal and collective narratives that shape our communities, both locally and internationally, that are missing from collected records.
All programs presented on Zoom. Registration required.
Experimental Recipe Writing with Snack Witch aka Joni Cheung
Wednesday, September 22, 7:00 - 9:00pm.
Fine Zines: A Queer Zine Workshop with Alyssa Pisciotto
Wednesday, September 29, 7:00 - 9:00pm.
Things My Fore Sisters Saw written and performed by Leslie McCurdy
Presented in conjunction with I Am Black History by Donna M. Paris and David O. Zapparoli
Wednesday, October 6, 7:00 - 9:00pm.
Rewriting the Wild Reading Group with Amanda White
Revised date: Wednesday, November 24, 7:00 - 9:00pm.
Folding - Virtual Screening and Artist Talk with Judith Price and Grace Salez
Event postponed. New date TBD.
BRIDGE Centre for Architecture + Design is a student-run initiative made to bridge the gap between Waterloo Architecture students, professors, alumni, and the community of Cambridge, Ontario. Working with our friends at Waterloo Architecture Students Association, Treaty Lands Global Stories, and On Empathy, we strive to reach beyond the brick walls of the School of Architecture. We value inclusivity, transparency, and the stories that shape the lives of people around us. We'd love to hear from you - what's your story?
Cambridge Art Galleries | Idea Exchange presents contemporary art from two galleries in the City of Cambridge: Preston and Queen's Square. We serve our regional and broader communities through the delivery of contemporary art programs that foster critical cultural dialogue. Our artistic activities engage, embrace, and empower people of all ages and abilities from diverse backgrounds. Cambridge Art Galleries is situated on the traditional land of Indigenous peoples dating back countless generations. We recognize that it is part of the Haldimand Tract, the traditional land of the Six Nations of the Grand River and Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation.