Join us for the opening reception of Eleanor King’s Solo Exhibition “nothing we do is worth getting hurt for”
Part two of an Art & Environmental activism double feature in Campbell River, Jan. 14. See the Haig-Brown Writer in Residence at The Museum at Campbell River, Andrea Routley, do a reading, and then at 3pm, join us at the Gallery!
Eleanor King’s solo exhibition nothing we do is worth getting hurt for at the Campbell River Art Gallery examines the history of heavy industry and its relationship with the lands and waters of Ligwiłda’xw and Huu-ay-aht territories. The artist brings together multiple media such as: video, Google Earth mapping, sound, composite photography, screen printing, and sculpture in a site-specific installation to hold a conversation about our treatment of the environment, the sustainability of that treatment, and the future.
Join us at the Opening Reception with delicious beverages and appetizers provided, and have the first chance to see this incredible exhibition by Eleanor King!
The exhibition will run from January 14th to March 25th in the main gallery.