On www.currentsandwaves.ca, Thursday is Blue Cabin broadcasting day. You can listen to past artist talks from Blue Cabin Residents, jazz recordings from longtime cabin resident Al Neil, performances, and experimental audio works that were created at the cabin along with an array of environmental recordings that are based in and around water. New content will […]
Join us in welcoming the Blue Cabin’s first-ever artist in residence, Vicki Couzens – possum cloak maker, multi-media artist, and member of the Keerray Wooroong language group of the Gunditjmara of western Victoria, Australia. Vicki is a Senior Knowledge Custodian for Possum Cloak Story and Language Reclamation in her Keerray Woorroong Mother Tongue.
On Monday, September 16th the Blue Cabin welcomed Australian Indigenous artist Vicki Couzens, the first Blue Cabin Floating Artist Resident. Jet lag and pouring rain didn’t stop Vicki from hopping on False Creek Ferries to get her first glimpse of the Blue Cabin as the last of the construction was being completed.