On Sunday, February 26 at 8:00 p.m. Open Space presents composer Navid Navab’s Practices of Everyday Life | Cooking
as performed by Chef Tony Chong, featuring Jerome Delapierre on real-time video, and Navab Navab on sound.
Lee Maracle will be reading as part of Open Word: Readings and Ideas. These three readings are co-presented by Camosun College. Maracle will be reading from her book Celia’s Song and from her book of poetry, Talking to the Diaspora.
Open Space is hosting a community feast in honour of author and poet Lee Maracle. Lee is one of the most prolific authors in Canada and is a recognized authority on issues pertaining to Indigenous people and Indigenous literature. She is an award-winning poet, novelist, performance storyteller, scriptwriter, actor, and educator.
Open Space is presenting the Awakening Memory exhibition featuring Coast Salish artists Sonny Assu, lessLIE, and Marianne Nicolson. The exhibition is curated by France Trépanier.