Haig-Brown Lecture: Heartbeat of the River

On Sunday, September 27, the Tidemark Theatre Society, Campbell River Arts Council, Museum at Campbell River, and Haig Brown Institute present the 11th Annual Haig Brown Lecture.

This year’s Haig Brown lecture is presented by Eiko Jones, an award winning photographer and filmmaker. He will talk about his years in Campbell River photographing and filming the majestic salmon that return to the river each year. While watching and filming salmon he has developed a keen understanding of the relationship between healthy salmon runs and the vibrance of the entire watershed. The connection between the salmon and hundreds of other species that live in or near the river is highlighted in his newly completed film called Heartbeat of the River. This up close and personal film takes the viewer into the realm of the salmon like no other, and gives a sense of the struggle, and victory, of the epic journey they face to complete their life’s mission. This event will be the first time the film is shown in Canada and there will be a chance for questions afterward.

Tickets are available here.
$22 Limited Seating Admission
$12 Live Stream Admission (+applicable taxes and fees)
This event is generously sponsored by Tidemark Theatre Society, Museum at Campbell River, Campbell River Art Gallery, Campbell River Arts Council, Greenways Land Trust, Haig-Brown Institute, and City of Campbell River.
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