A twenty-five year survey of work by Vancouver artist Sandra Semchuk, addressing issues of identity, mortality and our relationship to the land.
Organized and circulated by the Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography, Ottawa.
Land, Relationship & Community, a Public Forum on Saturday February 21, which will address how our relationship to the land shapes our relationship to self and community.
Organized and moderated by Sandra Semchuk, in conjunction with the Gallery.
Participants: James Nicholas, Vancouver writer/actor and Native activist; Daisy Sewid, First Nations elder/linguist from Campbell River; Ellie Epp, filmmaker/writer, San Diego/Vancouver; Ron Burnett, writer, President of ECIAD, Vancouver; Rod Slemmons, Seattle curator/ writer/ teacher.
Catalogue published by PHG including text by Ron Burnett, Rod Slemmons, Ellie Epp, Daisy Sewid-Smith, Sandra Semchuk and James Nicholas.
This project is funded by the Canada Council’s Dissemination Assistance Delectable Deli Co., Cheers Restaurant & Banquets, Glenn Hunter at the 3rd Street Esso and Starbucks at Lonsdale Quay.