CiTR is proud to support the LocoMotoArt Collective for a free exhibition on July 28 from 9-11pm at the quarry in Queen Elizabeth Park!
LocoMotoArt aims to highlight sustainable practices with technology. The event at Queen Elizabeth Park will celebrate Youth, Technology and Nature, with audio, visual projections, sound art, and interactive media art displays. Featuring work by artists Graham Brown, Laura Lee Coles, Miles Thorogood, Jamie Griffiths and more!
Show attendees are asked to meet at the observation point in front of the Bloedel Conservatory between 9 – 9:15 PM. Russell Wallace, First Nation storyteller will open the exhibition at 9:25 PM, leading visitors down to the lower area of the quarry.
Special workshops focusing on sustainable technological artwork will also be happening in the weeks leading up to the event. Visit the LocoMotoArt event page on the main website for more information, schedule, and workshops.
If you are interested in volunteering at the exhibition on the 28th, LocoMotoArt is now accepting volunteers! Please email Laura at futurist2007 [at] yahoo.com if you are interested in signing up to volunteer. A volunteer orientation will be held at the Vivo Media Arts Center on July 14.