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Culture Days will return September 22 – October 15, 2023.

THIS BEAUTIFUL DAY Returns to Squamish

Future community of SEA and SKY

Squamish, BC

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Self-guided

History & heritage

Indigenous

Intercultural

Nature & outdoors

Sculpture & installation

"This beautiful day" (Halth Skwile Te-staas) is an important acknowledgement expressed at the beginning of Squamish First Nations public gatherings. Inspired by the oral traditions and nature’s bountifulness, artist Kristin McIver has created an artwork that bridges divides amongst languages, cultures, and physical landscapes. THIS BEAUTIFUL DAY was exhibited as part the Vancouver Biennale on Loggers Lane until April this year. It will return to Squamish at a new location in time for BC Culture Days.

This event runs the duration of Culture Days.

View artwork information here

Watch behind-the-scenes here

This event is free.

  • THIS BEAUTIFUL DAY by Kristin McIver, at its original location on Loggers Lane.

Organized by

Vancouver Biennale

The Vancouver Biennale is a non-profit charitable organization that exhibits great art in public space, creating a catalyst for learning, community engagement, dialogue, and social action. Our mission is to make Public Art accessible, engaging, and motivating to create vibrant and inspired communities.

Location

Corner of Laurelwood Road & Channel Road

Squamish, BC

Event Contact

Sammi Wei

sammi@vancouverbiennale.com

Language

English