This project, commissioned by Partners in Art with funding from the Canadian Heritage Canada 150 Fund, is a series of new multi-disciplinary art projects inspired by nature, taking place in communities located in or close to Parks Canada places. LandMarks2017/Repères2017 provides an opportunity for Canadians to examine our collective histories and have a dialogue about our shared futures through art. A team of nationally acclaimed curators will inspire and lead 12 established artists, art students from 16 Canadian universities and local communities in the creation of new artworks.
Pacific Rim National Park Reserve is hosting two events, both are free and open to the public:
Monday June 12, 2017, 7:30pm – 9:30pm Join us for the official screening and artist talk as Jin-me Yoon launches her postcard and video project, Long View. Followed by an introduction to Simon Fraser University’s Laboratory Landscape project by Sabine Bitter.
Tuesday June 13, 2017, 10:00am – 12:00pmStudent presentations: Laboratory Landscape (School for the Contemporary Arts, Simon Fraser University)
Green Point Theatre, Pacific Rim National Park Reserve Free and open to the Public No pets or unaccompanied children