Sat Mar 23

6:00 PM   Doors

Exhibitions & Installations

7:00 PM   Concert

Galiano South Hall
141 Sturdies Bay Rd.



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The South Galiano Community Hall is wheelchair accessible with a ramp at the front of the hall. The two bathrooms are wheelchair accessible. The front door is up three steps from the path.  

Audio-Visual Concert


Diana Burgoyne

Jami Reimer

Hadis Fard

Ruby Singh

We're thrilled to present an evening of electronic music made in concert with the more than human world.

Diana Burgoyne will open the evening with a short performance art piece.

Hadis Fard presents her “Songs of Graceful Giants” an AV performance inspired and shaped by whales, focused on the sound of whales in the Salish coast. During the performance she will use computer, field recordings, synthesizer and waterphone to create an imaginary space where she is in communication with whales, to narrate their story of cohabiting planet earth with humans.

Joined by bioacoustical samples, Jami’s field recorder, and an amphibious choir, Soft tongues invites full swamp submersion as the audience listens episodically through the shapeshifting life (and afterlife) cycle of the frog. The forty-five minute performance moves between solo singing, monolog, and field recordings.

Ruby Singh's Polyphonic Garden Suite II intimately explores our relationship with this living, breathing and animate world. Singh created the works over the course of two years of travels to six biomes throughout so- called “british columbia.” What emerges are complexly layered sonic ecologies of connection to the natural world, where Singh imagines how we might move towards right relations with these generous lands, waters and skies. 

*PLUS* Info booths from IMERSS and Galiano Conservancy Association.


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We're grateful to collaborate and produce on the shared, stolen, unceded, ancestral and traditional territories of Penelakut, Lamalcha, Hwitslum and other Hul’qumi’num speaking peoples, as well as the ceded territories of Tsawwassen First Nation, on what is now known as Galiano Island, British Columbia. We recognize the complex impacts that hosting settlers and non-settlers has on the Indigenous land and peoples of this area, and we aim to be responsible and accountable for these impacts and our footprint—whether cultural, environmental or social.

We thank our partners and funders...

LEÑA Artist Residency  Yellowhouse Art Centre  BC Ferries Galiano Island Parks & Recreation
British Columbia Arts Council  Heritage Canada   Canada Council for the Arts