On May 26 at 8 p.m., Open Space hosts the Nu:BC Collective at the Church of Truth, featuring flutist Paolo Bortolussi, cellist Eric Wilson and pianist Corey Hamm, with Bob Pritchard and Keith Hamel on electronics. The concert will include Dorothy Chang’s Bagatelles which was written for and recently premiered by the Nu:BC Collective. “Ever enamoured of short forms, in composing Bagatelles for the Nu:BC Collective I turned once again to my favourite musical structure: a collection of multiple brief movements.” Says Dorothy Chang about her composition.
Finally: A chance to share all you learned creating a tree house or building a fort in the back yard.
Toronto-based artist Jennie Suddick and urban planner Sara Udow will be considering forts and tree houses to look at how communities can engage with city planning to meet the needs of citizens. To do this, they’ll be asking about people’s dream tree houses, both real and imagined, part of a hands-on series called Creative Placemaking Workshops at Open Space.