At the recent reception kicking off Squamish’s involvement in the Vancouver Biennale, Krisztina Egyed read off a list of companies and individuals sponsoring the project, which will bring world-renowned and up-and-coming creative types to our fair community.
Hugo Franca will be carving stumps and logs on Spanish Banks for next two weeks The wood speaks and Hugo Franca listens. The Brazilian designer and artist was doing a lot of listening to a 4,100-kg Douglas fir stump at Spanish Banks Friday morning. Weathered grey, the stump had a massive root that cascaded on […]
Civic Participation. Council approves plan to help citizens vote easier, feel welcome. Vancouverites are cynical about city decisions, terrified to speak at city hall and unlikely to vote in municipal elections. Oh and they’re lonely.
Brazilian artist Hugo Franca, who works with discarded wood to carve monumental public sculptures, was in Squamish until April 2 as part of the Vancouver Biennale. Speaking to Pique through his interpreter, Tais Ribeiro, Franca talked about how happy he and his team were to learn more about the connection between the people living in […]
New Dream's top five Public sculptures come from across the country and tackle the issues of consumption,... http://t.co/bfPQTlugX9