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Industrial Perspectives: A Panel Discussion
Cityscape Community Art Space
Thursday, June 14, 6:30-8pm

Join artists Lori Bagnérès, Joy Munt and Lori Sokoluk to discuss the inspiration and processes in creating the artwork featured in the current exhibition at CityScape Community Art Space, Industrial Perspective.

Free admission, but we ask that you let us know if you’re planning on attending.
Please RSVP to: george@northvanarts.ca or telephone 604.988.6844



Lori Bagnérès is the curator for Artbomb, an online auction selling contemporary art from coast to coast. Her work is shown both in public and private galleries in British Columbia and Ontario, and held in private, public and corporate collections & institutions throughout Canada, the U.S, Europe, and Australia.

Joy Munt is an artist working and living in Vancouver, BC. Joy has worked in the Vancouver film industry and made the change in her art practice from video to painting in 2004. Early on she became interested in the idea of landscape.  Joy has lived in cities across Canada and has drawn inspiration from the varied landscapes across the country.

Lori Sokoluk is an artist based in Vancouver, BC. Sokoluk’s creative process begins with assemblage, removal, and playful experimentation. Sometimes the energy of a particular place, thought or feeling inspire; sometimes these emerge during the process. Lori imagines and researches ancient stories to enhance her process. Texture, collage, and mixed media layer to build a sense of detail, mystery and personal vocabulary. Intuition guides and discernment hones the finished pieces.