Pallavi Paul & Sahej Rajal, Miguel Horn & Chris Landau at Squamish Adventure Centre

Residency Artist Project Presentation

PALLAVI PAUL & SAHEJ RAHAL, INDIA:
Screening of Rough Cut Squamish Project Video (approx. 12 minutes)

MIGUEL ANTONIO HORN & CHRIS LANDAU, USA:
Unveiling of Salish Sea Lab installation

Join the VANCOUVER BIENNALE in welcoming Vancouver Biennale Artists in Residence Pallavi Paul, Sahej Rahal, and Miguel Antonio Horn & Chris Landau to Squamish.

Learn how the artists re-imagine Squamish’s past and future in poetic ways, interweaving both traditional practices and cutting edge technologies. Their resulting projects will contribute towards a treasury of world class art created specifically to provoke interest and dialogue about our area and our relationship with the global community.

This is a FREE event.

The Vancouver Biennale Project in Squamish would not be possible without the generous support of our numerous Squamish sponsors.

 

Project Sponsors: District of Squamish,  Quest University Canada, Executive Suites Squamish, Squamish Nation,

Bethel Lands Corp, Leon Lebeniste, British Columbia Timberframe Co, Howe Sound Pulp and Paper, Squamish Adventure Centre/Squamish Sustainability Corporation, Fraserwood industries, Sqomish Forestry, Diamond Head Medical Clinic, Crumpit Woods, Sea to Sky Gondola, Royal Lepage Black Tusk Realty, Race & Co, GS Kerr ltd, TrinityRomance, Coast Aggregate LTD, Diamond Head Land Company, Krisztina Egyed, Squamish House and Homes, Squamish Days Loggers Sports Festival, JR Trucking, Garibaldi Forest Products, West Barr Contracting, A-J Forest Products, West Coast Logging Shows, Langis Transport, Downtown Squamish BIA ,Tim Hortons Squamish, Squamish Sculptors Group, Imagine Squamish, Coast Valley Contracting Ltd, Dynamic Equipment Rentals, Ninety Nine Transport , Britannia Mine Museum, Vancouver Board of Parks and Recreation

Reception Hosts: Squamish Academy of Music Squamish Chamber of Commerce Tourism Squamish Inside Edge Knowledge Association Squamish Howe Sound Secondary School StartUp Squamish, Brackendale Art Gallery

 

Date & Time

Date:  June 27, 2014

Time: 4:30 PM – 6:30 PM

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