Dylan Robinson

Dylan Robinson is a xwélméxw artist and writer of Stó:lō descent, and the Canada Research Chair in Indigenous Arts at Queen’s University. His current work focuses on the return of Indigenous songs to communities who were prohibited by law to sing them as part of the Indian Act from 1882‒1951. Robinson’s previous publications include the edited volumes Music and Modernity Among Indigenous Peoples of North America (2018); Arts of Engagement: Taking Aesthetic Action in and Beyond the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada (2016) and Opera Indigene (2011). His monograph, Hungry Listening, is was published in early 2020 with Minnesota University Press.

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Curators’ Talk: Candice Hopkins and Dylan Robinson in Conversation

Join Kamloops Art Gallery for an online for a conversation between Dylan Robinson and Candice Hopkins, co-curators of Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts, and Charo Neville, Curator at Kamloops Art Gallery.

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Panel Discussion with Dylan Robinson, Tanya Lukin Linklater, and Raven Chacon

In this conversation, Soundings artists Raven Chacon and Tanya Lukin Linkater and Soundings co-curator Dylan Robinson discuss the role of scores in their work, and the ways in which scores offer different avenues for action.

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Watch Now! Hungry Listening: A conversation between Aruna D’Souza and Dylan Robinson

Join us to listen to a conversation between Aruna D’Souza, writer and curator, and Dylan Robinson, author of Hungry Listening: Resonant Theory for Indigenous Sound Studies and Co-Curator of ICI’s Traveling Exhibition, Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts.

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Curators Talk: Candice Hopkins & Dylan Robinson

Watch this video for an online conversation with the curators of Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts

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Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts

How can a score be a call and tool for decolonization? Curated by Candice Hopkins (Tlingit) and Dylan Robinson (Stó:lō), Soundings: An Exhibition in Five Parts features newly commissioned scores and sounds for decolonization by Indigenous artists who attempt to answer this question.

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