Saturday, September 24
Johnny Bandura’s mural comprised of portraits of the 215 children whose remains were found on the grounds of the Kamloops Residential School last May. The striking, Comix-inspired images of the children imagined as they might have looked had they survived to adulthood.
The dragons in this installation were created by many children over the course of an entire summer.
It will be hard to miss this multi story installation as you explore the streets of downtown Revelstoke. Stand in front of this new media work to become fully immersed in City Hall’s transformation.
Performing on Mackenzie between Grizzly Plaza and Third Street, Downtown Revelstoke
BLUSCRN explores contemporary advertising in relation to the body. The performance is live captured and composited onto monitors, from which other worlds, environments and desires emerge.
Performing ancient traditional songs and eerie new compositions, PiqSiq leave their listeners enthralled with the infinity of possible answers to the question “what is the meaning of life.”
Take flight, up on and out of this world. A visual and audio experience combining multiple artistic disciplines: Paint, Digital Motion Graphics & visuals, Projection Mapping, Lighting & House Music.
Elevate and move as a form of individual expression and connection with oneself and the environment. Intended to trigger one’s own inner galactic experience and union of the individual with the universe. Step through the portal to experience vibrant electronic music, lighting, interactive art installations, and live poi and hoop dance. Powered by PK sound.