South Surrey artists to INspire
South Surrey artists are joining together to celebrate the new 'Eagle's Nest' labyrinth being created at Kwomais Point Park (formerly Camp Kwomais) in Ocean Park.
A special event called INvision, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. at Sanford Hall, will feature three sets of original live art improvised ands scripted pieces involving sound, image movement and words.
Participants include dancers from Dikordanse, Corbin Keep (the Wild Cellist), Rhythm Wellness percussionists Billy Knutson and Jane Baker, visual artists Elizabeth Carefoot and Claire Moore, actor/playwrights Rosie Miller and Harvey Ostroff, and wordsmiths Heidi Greco and Virginia Gillespie.
Gillespie, also director of the event, said the impulse inspiring the celebration is "the metaphor of labyrinth as journey of discovery."
"Not only is this a celebration of place, and the making of the Eagle's Nest labyrinth, but also art making that comes through mixing forms and visions," she said.
The wheelchair-accessible labyrinth is being constructed by the City of Surrey in partnership with the Labyrinths of Hope Society and the White Rock South Surrey Hospice Society.