"The Land is Dancing" Art Projection by Betty Carpick
Date and time
Goods and Co.
251 Red River Road
Thunder Bay, ON
Offered in English.
Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.
Experience Creative in Residence Betty Carpick's mesmerizing art projection, crafted with ink marks created during a local maker session.
This installation will be on display for the duration of the listed dates. Registration is not required to visit the installation. Registration will provide updates and reminders of the event.
Date: September 28th -30th, 2023
Times: 6:00pm - 11:00pm
Location: Goods & Co. Market, 251 Red River Rd, Thunder Bay
Venue Accessibility: Wheelchair Accessible (please contact the venue in advance), Gender Neutral Washrooms, Paid parking lot on Red River Rd.
Betty Carpick is a multidisciplinary land-based artist, educator, and environmentalist, who offers stewardship of land and water shaped by her Cree and Eastern European heritage. Using Boreal Forest inks made by Betty, community participants made ink blots that were photographed and assembled as patterns in a galaxy for a digital projection. Following an Artist Talk at the Co. Lab Gallery, the projection will go live as an outdoor public installation in Thunder Bay during the Ontario Culture Days Festival. A Maker Session at the Thunder Bay Art Gallery will give people of all ages a chance to play with inks.
About the Artist:
Betty Carpick grew up in Northern Manitoba, and currently lives alongside Gichigamiing in Thunder Bay, Ontario. In her work, she is constantly engaging with the natural world. The interdisciplinary and intergenerational ways that she offers stewardship of land and water are shaped by her Cree and Eastern European heritage. Her community’s lived experience with permanent watershed devastation for energy extraction amplifies the ways she uses art to hold conversations on caring for the living planet. Betty’s practice includes ink making, textile arts, writing, drawing, sculpture, photography, performance, and installation. She intersects her own practice with communities of all ages, abilities, and backgrounds and invites them to engage the spirit of play, discovery, and collective responsibility for our planet.
This program is a part of the Creatives In Residence series by Ontario Culture Days.
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Ontario Culture Days
Ontario Culture Days is dedicated to fostering the public’s engagement with Ontario’s arts, culture and heritage as a means of enriching our communities while supporting the vibrancy and sustainability of our sector.
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