There’s No Place Like Home

A few months ago, I was approached by Dave Gordon with a request to work on a project he had just started. The project was Skeena Salmon Art Fest – an initiative aimed at beautifying Terrace, BC with public art and celebrating salmon as significant culturally, as a food source, and as a tourist draw…

Audain: The Museum in the Trees

The weather was bipolar that day, which was fitting for my Gemini birthday. The drive up to Whistler was sunny and beautiful but as I ran up to the Audain Art Museum, I held my jean jacket over my head to avoid the rain. Before I reached the building though, it had stopped again and…

Lawrence Paul Yuxweluptun Teaches with Humour

“The monumental pieces almost fool you into the illusion that you have stepped back in time and are seeing the ‘traditional’ life of First Nations People of BC.” Walking into the Museum of Anthropology at the University of BC is a little bit like walking into a parallel universe. A place that Yuxweluptun used to…

Bees at the Richmond Art Gallery

It just so happened I was in the area, otherwise I don’t think I ever would have found this interesting little gallery tucked in behind the Richmond Centre Mall. The building houses more than just the gallery and has a unique design. You walk into the Richmond Cultural Centre, and down a long hallway. There…