Live from the Studio with Rain Cabana-Boucher
- [PAST] February 19th, 2023
- 1174 Welch Street North Vancouver
- Virtual Event
- Griffin Art Projects
- More info
Join “Through a BIPOC Lens” series’ artist in residence, Rain Cabana-Boucher, to learn what she has been up to through her time at Griffin!
Rain Cabana-Boucher, is a Michif/British settler interdisciplinary artist raised in treaty 6 territory, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Her family has historic ties to the Michif communities of St-François-Xavier, St. Boniface, and St. Louis, Saskatchewan. She currently lives and works on the stolen land of the Sḵwx̱wú7mesh, Səl̓ílwətaʔ, and xwməθkwəy̓əm Nations. Cabana-Boucher is a recent recipient of the Takao Tanabe prize for emerging British Columbia Painters and the First Peoples Individual Artist grant. Cabana-Boucher explores the autobiographical in relation to place and politics; seeking to navigate the complexities of identity within environments that are rapidly changing under systematic pressures.