A collaborative research-creation project that addresses climate change at the local scale of the lower Fraser River watershed has resulted in an exhibition titled Upstream/Downriver: Walking the stɑl̓əw̓ Watershed. The new display takes audiences on a journey of walking, listening, and learning.
Artists Alysha Creighton, Erica Grimm, and Joshua Hale have combined video, sound, installation and drawing to connect viewers to the realities of climate impacts in our region. The artists and Project Siyá:m Patricia Victor walked and listened to experts about the stɑl̓əw̓ and how climate change is affecting the region. Their works also give voice to the river, pointing the way to how we may reimagine our relationship with the land and learn to walk in a good way on this territory we call home.
Date and Time
Thursday Feb 17, 2022Tuesday May 24, 2022
Tuesday - Sunday 10:30 - 4:30
White Rock Museum & Archives
14970 Marine Drive
White Rock BC