is a complex and redefining process that represents many different things to many different people. It may mean the anticipation of a new life, and it may bring a deep sense of loss. New systems and languages, discrimination and dismissal, separation from family and friends, and new cultural identities only begin to scratch the surface of the challenges that immigrants
might face. Artists from across BC explore the challenges, accomplishments, and aspirations related to immigration
and its impact individually, culturally, and nationally.
This travelling exhibition is a smaller version of the exhibition hosted concurrently at Two Rivers Gallery.
Valemount Museum from August 8 – September 6, 2022.
McBride Valley Museum from September 6 – October 4, 2022.
Mackenzie community Art Center October 6 – November 4, 2022.
Featured Artwork: Mohadese Movahed, Barzakh, 2019. Ink on paper.