Deep in a marsh in the Minas Basin in Nova Scotia, the wild paper pickers go about their arcane rituals, pulling pond scum and wild paper from the marsh and giving it away to be turned into art.
What are these veteran paper finders up to? What is Wild Paper?
Find out at the vernissage / opening on 3 June between 2 and 8pm where you can meet Ian Ferrier and Judith Bauer. The exhibition remains open until 30 June 2018.
Main & Station Nonesuch Kickshaws is organizing a series of informal discussions and presentations. The aim of this series is twofold: to provide opportunities for people to share their knowledge, experiences, ideas, and passions as well as to have good conversations with interesting people.
The talks will be scheduled between at various days and times depending upon the availablity of the speakers and the space.
Talks can be any length but we recommend something that is anywhere from 20 – 45 minutes followed by a period for questions & discussion.