From Reconnaissance to Repatriation: Reflecting on the work of Dr. George MacDonald and Bill Reid
Equity + Justice, 2023, Indigenous Voices, Arts + Culture
Please note that the event will be taking place at The Bill Reid Gallery, located at 639 Hornby Street (Between Georgia Street and Dunsmuir Street) in downtown Vancouver.
A wheelchair accessible path is located between Christ Church Cathedral and Cathedral Place on Georgia Street. This takes you through the courtyard and to the Gallery entrance. An accessible washroom is located on the lower level of the gallery.
The Gallery has underground paid parking available for all visitors, open 7 days a week from 6 am to 7 pm. Entrance and exit are located on Hornby Street. On parkade level P1, there are 3 accessible stalls, and an elevator that gets you into the tower across the courtyard from the Gallery. There is no access to the Gallery’s elevator from the parkade.
Transit - the closest bus lines are listed below:
- the 02, 05, 44 and R5 on Burrard Street, approximately 1 block away from the Gallery entrance;
- Buses 209, 210, 211, 214, 240, 241, 246, 247, 250, 253, 254, 257 on Georgia Street;
- 04, 07, 10, 14, 16, 050 on Dunsmuir, and 19, 22 on Pender St, approximately 2 blocks away.
Shuttles can drop off passengers at the Loading Zone located on West Georgia Street between Hornby and Burrard Street (for flat access), or on Burrard Street (for stairs access).
Learn more on the Bill Reid Gallery website.
Closed captioning in English will be available through the online event.
Online attendees will need a computer (laptop or desktop), tablet or smartphone, with speakers or headphones. A microphone and/or a webcam are recommended if you would like to fully participate in the interactive portions of this event.
We recommend that you use a computer for the best experience of this event. Some interactivity and accessibility features are not available when using a smartphone or tablet.
Protecting your privacy
This event will be recorded, but only the speakers will be visible in the published recording. The recording will be shared with all registrants and published on SFU Public Square’s website, YouTube and social media channels.
To ensure that we are using online event technology in a privacy-conscious way, we are following best practices for this online event series:
- We will only circulate the event link to those who are registered for the event
- We will password-protect the event
- We will enable end-to-end encryption
- We will not use attention tracking
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- We remind you that whatever you say during the event is public, so please do not share sensitive information about yourself or others, and do not say anything you do not wish to enter the public domain.
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- Please do not record or photograph yourself, other participants, or the hosts during the event, unless permission is requested and given.
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- Above all, there will be zero tolerance for those who promote violence or discrimination against others on the basis of race, ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, religious affiliation, age, or disability. Anyone who incites harm towards other participants (whether through chat, video, audio or otherwise) will be removed at the discretion of our technical team and moderator.
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