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April 23 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
If we know how to look, what traces of other worlds are carried in the land? What do those traces have to say? What can they teach us about the deep histories of this place and how to exist responsibly alongside them? Join us for a walk, where artists Don Russell and Lisa Hirmer will share some of the stories they’ve encountered in a local forest.
Don Russell is a multidisciplinary artist of Acadian and Mi’kmaq heritage and currently resides in Cambridge, Ontario. Russell’s artistic practice encompasses encaustic painting, printmaking and land art where he utilizes key elements of stone and earth to create monumental installations.
Lisa Hirmer is an interdisciplinary artist working in visual media, especially photography; social practice/community collaboration; performance; and occasionally writing. Her work is focused on collective relationships, both within human communities and in human relationships with the more-than-human world. Hirmer’s practice is deeply connected to the sites, communities and circumstances that surround its creation.
To register for this event, please email Nicole Neufeld at [email protected]