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For more information about VARYING PROXIMITIES please see www.asktheriver.info
We are pleased to announce that we have been invited to participate in this week’s City Hall School, we are very excited to talk about Watershed+ and some of the artists’ works this morning!
“Citizenship and municipal governance come alive at City Hall School as students and teachers spend a week at the municipal building. City Hall School is a week-long, custom designed educational program for all Calgary students in grades three to twelve and is delivered in partnership with The City of Calgary’s Community & Neighbourhood Services and Campus Calgary.”
We are delighted to post that the WATERSHED+ bus tour, coordinated by Esker Foundation, was a huge success! Many thanks to all who participated!
Congratulations to WATERSHED+ Lead Artist Sans façon for making it on Avenue Magazine’s Top 40 Under 40 for 2014!
To read the Avenue Magazine interview with Tristan Surtees and Charles Blanc; click here
Photos from the installation of Broken City Lab’s project VARYING PROXIMITIES (Subtext: River Signs). This project was produced as part of the WATERSHED+ Artist in Residency program where collective Broken City Lab (Windsor, ON) spent parts of the past year researching and developing projects around Calgary’s watershed.
For more information please see www.asktheriver.info
The Artist in Residency program is part of The City of Calgary’s innovative and groundbreaking WATERSHED+ public art program, hosted by the Utilities and Environmental Protection (UEP) department. WATERSHED+ creatively renews the relationship between Calgarians and the Bow River watershed, embedding artists, and more specifically, their creative process within UEP core activities and the Calgary watershed.