Below are lists of resources referenced by panelists and attendees during our Dim Sum Dialogues: Addressing the Impact of COVID-19 Racism in the Creative Community, and a recording of the event. The Q&A section of the event is currently being edited and will be posted soon. Thank you to all those who participated and contributed – and if you have anything to share related or relevant to the topic, please don't hesitate to contact us through our contact form, email, or social media accounts. We hope these resources will be informative and helpful for you!

WHAT IS DIM SUM DIALOGUES?

Dim Sum Dialogues is a series of panel discussions based on the idea of sharing valuable knowledge, experience, and insight, led by members of the creative community. We started Dim Sum Dialogues as a platform to call for visibility, discourse, and intersectional unity in the face of social issues. While these complex and deeply rooted problems cannot be solved in one afternoon, we believe conversations like these can spread positivity, make a difference, and bring – as Dim Sum literally translates to – "a light touch on the heart".

PANELISTS

DEE KERRISON

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DEJHA CARRINGTON

KAREN TAM

MENTORSHIP PROGRAMS

POST-COVID CURATORIAL PROJECTS

EXPRESSION Gallery in Québec

"Rencontre Avec L'Autre Soi-Même" (roughly translates to "Encountering the Other, Oneself")

Griffin Art Projects in Vancouver

Exploring various depictions of Chinatown neighborhoods by historical and contemporary Canadian Artists (especially Chinese Canadian)

MEL CHIN

PHIL CHAN

THERESA MAH

ATTENDEES

ANDREW ROBINSON

DAVID TSE

MIGUEL PAYANO

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