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Master Class with Wayne Grady - Issues in Translation
Saturday, February 27th, 2016
Wayne Grady, the current writer-in-residence will be facilitating three master classes at the Museum.  Each consists of a lecture by Wayne, followed by in-session exercises and workshops, lasting approximately 3 hours will be offered. Each session will be of equal...
Loco Lego!
Saturday, February 20th, 2016
On February 20th the Lego is going LOCO!  And by loco we mean locomotive of course!  This winter is all about trains at the Museum at Campbell River, and the Lego day will be no exception.  Join us from 1-2:30pm, it will be choo choo choo much fun!...
Our Fragmented Place on the Land: Three Writers Reflect
Friday, February 19th, 2016
Presented by the Museum at Campbell River, the CR Community Arts Council, and Still Water Books and Art, come join us at the River City Stage for an evening of reflections from three authors.  Wayne Grady, Andrew Nikiforuk and Harold Rhenisch will be speaking on...
Master Class with Wayne Grady - Writing Place
Saturday, February 13th, 2016
Wayne Grady, the current writer-in-residence will be facilitating three master classes at the Museum.  Each consists of a lecture by Wayne, followed by in-session exercises and workshops, lasting approximately 3 hours will be offered. Each session will be of equal...
Master Class with Wayne Grady - Writing Character
Saturday, January 23rd, 2016
Wayne Grady, the current writer-in-residence will be facilitating three master classes at the Museum.  Each consists of a lecture by Wayne, followed by in-session exercises and workshops, lasting approximately 3 hours will be offered. Each session will be of equal...
Meet the Writer- in-Residence
Saturday, January 9th, 2016
Wayne Grady, the Haig-Brown Writer in Residence will introduce himself and his work, and read short passages from each of his three main areas of literary activity: fiction (Emancipation Day), nonfiction (Breakfast at the Exit Café), and translation (The Angel’s Jig, a...