Brazilian Artists in Dialogue at Emily Carr University

Residency Artist Talk

Date & Time

Date: Wednesday, March 12th
Time: 5PM – 7PM

In today’s struggle for human rights, new economic systems and environmental change, how can art be used to ignite social action?


Join the VANCOUVER BIENNALE at Emily Carr for a moderated discussion featuring five breakthrough Brazilian artists participating in the Biennale International Residency Program. Inspired by Martin Luther King’s “I Have A Dream”, this is the first of a series of free public talks featuring artists from a diversity of cultural, political and historical backgrounds coming together in celebration of freedom of artistic expression to openly discuss issues of global impact.


Joao Loureiro
Marcelo Moscheta
Paulo Climachauska
Gisela Motta
Leandro Lima


Moderated by Toni Latour, Vancouver artist and digital media instructor at Capilano University .


Residency Coordinator and M.C. Sam Carter, Professor Emeritus Emily Carr University of Art and Design.