Roy Kiyooka

ROY KIYOOKA (1926–1994) was a recognized Canadian multidisciplinary artist whose work encompassed poetry, painting, photography, sculpture, music, and film. Over his long career, he held teaching positions at Regina College, the Vancouver School of Art, the Nova Scotia College of Art & Design, Concordia University, and the University of British Columbia. Kiyooka’s artworks are collected in private and public gallery collections across Canada and internationally. He was an avid recordist, creating over 400 audiotapes of poetry readings, conversations, interviews, and lectures, which are held in his archival fonds at Simon Fraser University Special Collections.

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