Writing a Sense of Place Workshop on June 24, 2017 & Narratives of the Lost exhibition at the Ranger Station Art Gallery

In a couple weeks, our collaborative show Narratives of the Lost will open in Harrison Hot Springs. I’m curious to see how the conversations about connection and changing community identity in Squamish will speak to this growing lakeside community. Over the winter, I have been collecting photos of lost objects found around Harrison and will be using these as a jumping off point in the workshop on June 24 at the Ranger Station Art Gallery. If you’re passing through the Fraser Valley or feel like a road trip that culminates in a swim, come visit the gallery and take in poems, as well as photos and drawings by Laurel Terlesky, and a sound installation by Adam Hill.

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