The Eco Art Incubator is pleased to support The Columbia River Watershed Storytelling Tour.
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Sat. Sept. 24, 2016 | 7-9pm | Free | Kelowna Art Gallery, 1315 Water St.
The Osoyoos launch of the Columbia River Watershed Storytelling Tour was a success! Sixty people turned out for the event, coming from as far away as Princeton, Hedley, Rock Creek and Penticton. People contributed thoughtful ideas to the ‘river’ of blue cloth. People said how much they appreciated the content of the evening, including the chance to share reflections with each other in the audience during the program.
Read about the event in the Osoyoos Times
Read about the event in the Penticton Western News
This is an interactive project initiated in collaboration with First Nations, cultural and environmental groups, community museums and historical societies, local art galleries and universities throughout the Columbia River’s watersheds. If you would like to get involved contact: Teresa Marshall, co-curator; firstname.lastname@example.org; 1-250-899-7488. Featured speakers, story circles, poetry, music, and visual arts including film or photo essays may be part of the local events.
Okanagan Nation Alliance
University of British Columbia Okanagan – Eco Art Incubator
Watermark Beach Resort & Conference Centre