Carr legacy explored during lecture

Art Gallery of Ontario // Special to Western News

Indian Church, 1929, by Emily Carr.

Sarah Milroy explores the life and times of the late Canadian artist Emily Carr during her lecture, Wayfinding in the New World, at 2 p.m. Sunday, in the Darryl J. King Student Life Centre Auditorium in King’s University College.

Milroy is the former editor and publisher of Canadian Art magazine, co-founder of the Canadian Art Foundation, and former staff art critic for The Globe and Mail. Based in Toronto, she is a frequent contributor to various publications including The Walrus, Canadian Art and Border Crossings, and has contributed to catalogues on the work of Greg Curnoe, Jack Chambers, Mary Pratt and Gathie Falk.

Milroy wrote for Jason McLean: If you could read my mind, published in 2015 by McIntosh Gallery and Black Dog Publications, London, U.K., and is the co-curator of the exhibition From the Forest to the Sea, Emily Carr in British Columbia, a co-production of Dulwich Picture Gallery, London, U.K., and Art Gallery of Ontario, where it will be presented from April 11 to July 12.