Observing with Intent: Channeling Nature into Art

Fuel Management Trails V2J 5Z8 Quesnel, BC

Channel nature and turn it into art with Métis artist and BC Culture Days ambassador Natasha Lepine. On Oct. 1 join Natasha for a short and accessible 500m nature walk at the Fuel Management Trails in Quesnel, BC. After the walk, attendees will return to the parking lot to create artworks based on what they learned and observed on the trail. Open to all ages!

Accessibility info:

Free to attend.
Fuel Management Trails’ low mobility loop is suitable for wheelchairs.
An ASL interpreter will be on site.
The site has gender neutral washrooms.

This event was made possible with local support from the City of Quesnel and Quesnel & District Community Arts Council.

BC Culture Days’ ambassadors are planning FREE, access-focused arts events across the province! Guided by the theme of AIR (access, inclusion, and resilience), each event is created under the creed that creativity, artistic exploration, and collaborative artmaking are for everyone. The A/I/R Ambassador Series celebrates accessibility and community care, while inspiring liberating, creative experiences for all arts and culture lovers and goers alike. Learn more here: https://culturedays.ca/en/hubs/f4841d7e-5bef-4cad-bc4b-e564c1cf9a47.

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