Thursday, July 7, 2011

This Saturday I will be on Bowen taking part in the island's annual writing festival, Write on Bowen. Between 2:15 p.m. and 4:15 p.m. I will be leading a workshop entitled "Writing Daily" at the Montessori School at Artisan Square, and later, between 5:30 p.m. and 8:00 p.m., Elee Kraljii-Gardiner and I will reprise our Adventures in Social Writing project at The Gallery, also at Artisan Square (dinner included).

Here is an interview with Oliver Reed, who, along with Rita Tushingham, starred in The Trap (1966), a film shot on Bowen Island:

For those in Vancouver this weekend, I have contributed two curatorial projects to the time-based component of the free Summer Live Vancouver 125 program at Brockton Oval. The first, entitled Approaches to Literature, features film/video of bill bissett (Maurice Embra, CBC, 1964), Gerry Gilbert (Western Front Media Archive, 1983) and Judy Radul (Penelope Buitenhuis, Moving Pictures, 1991); the second, Act Natural, is comprised of film/video work by Julia Feyrer (The Poodle Dog Ornamental Bar, 2009), Damian Moppett (1815/1962, 2003) and Althea Thauberger (i'm not afaraid to die, 2001).

Here are directions on how to get to Brockton Oval:

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