3 Stop Tour
Saturday, May 25, 11am – 3pm
Join CAG and ArtStarts for a very special Family Day event celebrating the public art initiative How far do you travel? and the work of Anna Torma. Families will be invited to enjoy creative activities across three sites: CAG, ArtStarts and aboard the How far do you travel? bus graphically wrapped in Torma’s work. Inspired by Torma’s practice, activities will include embroidery, storytelling and more.
Contemporary Art Gallery
555 Nelson Street, corner of Nelson and Richards Streets
Bookmaking & Folktales
Working with paper and found images, create your own book to illustrate a story from your past, a new story or a story inspired by folktales from around the world.
How far do you travel? bus featuring the work of Anna Torma
Corner of Seymour and Nelson Streets
Embroidery & Cross Stitch
Experiment with different stitches, techniques and processes to create your own embroidery work inspired by the work of Anna Torma.
808 Richards Street
Storytelling & Memory
Meet Candice George, a Dakelh Storyteller, who will be sharing her stories with participants at 11am and 1pm, where ASL interpretation will be provided. Explore memory through interactive drawing activities or contribute to a collaborative bus mural on the ArtStarts window.