In Conversation: Daze Jefferies and Emily Critch

Date: Feb 7
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: Theatre

Artist Daze Jefferies and guest curator Emily Critch discuss Jefferies’ new major solo exhibition, stay here stay how stay.

Daze Jefferies, a white settler artist, writer, and educator, delves into oceanic narratives, crafting counter-narratives of queer, trans, and sex worker worlds. Through her creative pursuits, Jefferies skillfully employs a counter-historical approach to transfeminine belonging in Newfoundland and Labrador. Emily Critch, a Mi’kmaw and settler curator and writer, brings a rich curatorial background with projects such as "falling through our fingers" and "these are our monuments." Their discussion will spotlight their unique collaborative journey and Jefferies’ creative research practice. 

This is a free event, but a ticket is required. Please reserve your free ticket online or by calling 709-757-8090.

Image: Installation shot "Daze Jefferies: stay here stay how stay", 2024.