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‘Rogerism’ at Cedar hill gallery

Cedar Hill Arts Centre Gallery is hosting an exhibition of selected pieces from the collection of Roger Ing.

Ing, who immigrated from China in 1950 and passed away in Regina in 2008, started a contemporary movement within the Canadian art world coined as “Rogerism.” The legacy of his artwork continues to influence the work of emerging artists across Canada.

The exhibition runs from Nov. 21 to Dec. 2 at the arts centre, 3220 Cedar Hill Rd.

 

 

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