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Conversations on the Family Archive

Location: Contemporary Calgary
Date: Saturday. February 3, 2024
Time: 1pm.

We are excited to present Exposure Conversations, a brand new series of informal events that will be held at Contemporary Calgary during the 20th anniversary edition of the festival.⁠ Get your free tickets now!⁠

Exposure Conversations responds to the festival’s curated exhibitions by exploring significant topics the artists address through their work. ⁠

With presentations by Exposure Artists Rachel Nixon (British Columbia), Molly Steels (Ontario) and Teiji Wallace-Lewis (Saskatchewan), this Conversation is moderated by Beth Kane, Independent Curator and Festival Manager, Exposure Photography Festival.

This event is wheelchair accessible and will include ASL interpreters. ⁠

For more information and to register for free tickets, visit

The Exposure Conversations programme is funded by the Calgary Arts Development Project Grant Program — Organizations. ⁠This event is supported by our partners: Contemporary Calgary, Trico Changemakers Studio, Art for Social Change Network & Elephant Artist Relief Society.

Photo credit: Rachel Nixon CONVERSATIONS ON THE FAMILY ARCHIVE Contemporary Calgary Saturday 3 February, 1 pm