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Haig-Brown Lecture: Heartbeat of the River

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 …

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Past Exhibits

Exhibits

The Last Stand (The Works of David Ellingsen)

By David EllingsenJune 22-November 9 This travelling exhibit features the work of photographer and artist David Ellingsen, whose family has roots on Cortes Island, BC.  For five generations David Ellingsen’s family has been involved in British Columbia’s historical evolution of colonial forestry, from old growth deforestation and clear cutting to …

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Exhibits

Godfrey Baldwin’s Campbellton

January 12 – February 17, 2019 Take a look at the history of Campbellton as seen through the lens of local photographer Godfrey Baldwin.  Baldwin set up his photographic studio in his Campbellton home in 1948, and through his work at the local newspaper, and as one of the only …

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Exhibits

Life on the Spit: the Photographs of Elizabeth Quocksister

January 15 – March 4, 2018 This exhibit showcases what life was like for the families living on the Campbell River Spit reserve during the period from the early 1940s up until the late 1960s. The photographs were taken by local woman Elizabeth Quocksister and feature many people whose descendants …

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May to August 2021

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Historic Boat Tours

The Museum at Campbell River will once again offer its summer historic boat tours in partnership with Discovery Marine Safaris.  Each trip explores the history of the region from the comfort of a 30-passenger boat that includes both indoor and outdoor seating areas, and an on board washroom.  As well as an experienced Captain, there is an on board naturalist who is constantly on the lookout for wildlife to point out, and a Museum Guide to share historic points of interest.

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