Special EventTour

Sustaining Apertures: Curatorial Tour with Capture Photography Festival

April 20, 2024

Join Chelsea Yuill, Assistant Curator at Capture Photography Festival, for a curatorial tour of the Sustaining Apertures exhibition.

The tour will expand to include several Capture Photography Festival selected exhibition and public art sites.



Start Time—12:00pm – Tour group meets at Kasko Gallery (560 Clark Dr)

End Time—1:30pm – Tour ends at Or Gallery (236 East Pender)


Tour Highlights:

Stop #1 — Selected Exhibition Entanglements featuring work by Nicole Beno at Kasko Gallery.

Stop#2 — Billboard Public Art Project Furiously Happy featuring work by Arielle Bobb-Willis.

Stop #3 — Selected Exhibition Duct Duck Puce featuring work by Maegan Hill-Carroll at Will Aballe Art Projects.

Stop#4 — Billboard Public Art Project Will to adorn featuring work by Karice Mitchell.

Stop #5 — Selected Exhibition Daydreamer featuring work by Marcy Friesen at Fazakas Gallery.

Stop #6 — Selected Exhibition Sustaining Apertures featuring work by Colin Berg Mbugua and Lys Divine Ndemeye at Or Gallery.


This tour involves walking and will take place rain or shine. Please ensure to wear comfortable walking shoes and dress weather-appropriate.

Registration closes Saturday, April 20, 2024, 9:00 AM PST

Registration Required


Participant Bios

Chelsea Yuill is the Assistant Curator at Capture Photography Festival, where she coordinates the annual Catalogue, Featured Exhibition, and Public Art Projects ranging from billboards, transit stations, and building façades. In this role, she has worked with a myriad of lens-based artists including Jordan Bennett, Lucas Blalock, Michelle Bui, Sara Cwynar, Alex Gibson, Kapwani Kiwanga, Mahmoud El Safadi, and Celia Perrin Sidarous. Curatorial highlights are 88 Artists from 88 Years (2017); Intertwined (2018) both at Emily Carr University of Art + Design; EAT YOUR TAIL, Access Gallery (2020); and Here and Now, Pendulum Gallery (2023).

Published writings include an interview with Dana Qaddah, ReIssue (2021), and the exhibition text for Gillian Haigh: the change that weakens the hour, Monica Reyes Gallery (2023). Yuill holds a BFA from Emily Carr University of Art + Design (2019), and attended the Momus Emerging Critics Residency (2021). She is on the Editorial Committee at Peripheral Review. Yuill is based on the unceded territories of the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations.