A Place to Sit and Think – Journaling Series

Lead by collective member Taryn Hubbard, a Place to Sit and Think is a year long journaling series where participants can come together for an open and uninterrupted time to think and reflect through journaling, as well as a chance to connect with residents throughout Surrey.

Upcoming Session

Journaling at PopUp Newton

The first session in the Place to Sit and Think series will take place at the PopUp Newton Gallery as part of SOFIA/c month-long residency there. Join us Aug 20, 2016 at 11 a.m. for an open studio of journaling. All supplies provided.

 

 

Walk Ways at Arbutus Gallery

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Edward Westerhuis & Taryn Hubbard in collaboration with Carmen Papalia

This past spring Taryn Hubbard and Edward Westerhuis went on a walk each through Whalley/City Centre, in Surrey BC with Carmen Papalia. During these walks Carmen invited Taryn and Edward to explore these neighbourhoods non-visually (with eyes closed), and supported them as they navigated by sound, touch, smell, memory, and environmental design
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SOFIA/c’s inaugural event, Poets in Conversation

SOFIA/c presents the Edge City Cultural Event Series

Please join us in SOFIA/c’s inaugural event, Verse on the Edge: Poets in Conversation.

Poets Cecily Nicholson, Wanda John-Kehewin, and Taryn Hubbard, all writers with a unique connection and personal history with Surrey, will read work from their on-going projects that consider space, culture, language, trauma, and gentrification.

MC’d by poet Phinder Dulai, the readings will be followed by a discussion facilitated by Kwantlen Polytechnic University instructor and writer Summer Pervez.

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