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March 31, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Double Exposure creates a platform for creating dialogue between photography and poetry.

Opening Reception: March 31, 2016 7pm-9pm.

Featuring a reading by Governor General’s Award winning poet E.D Blodgett accompanied by musician Paul Nash.

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This interdisciplinary event showcases the talent of our community, and honours two popular annual events: Capture Photography Festival as well as Canada’s National Poetry Month. It not only celebrates talented community-based artists, but also generates opportunities for their connection and growth.

The purpose of the exhibition is to showcase a wide range of photography while forging ekphrastic poetry throughout the exhibition by local writers and poets.

Edward Dickinson Blodgett is a Canadian poet, literary critic, and translator who won the Governor General’s Award for poetry in 1996 for his collection Apostrophes: Woman at a Piano.Born in Philadelphia and educated at Rutgers University, E. D. Blodgett emigrated to Canada in 1966 to work as a literature professor at the University of Alberta. On July 1, 2007 E.D. Blodgett was appointed the post of Poet Laureate for the City of Edmonton, Alberta.

Paul Nash: A native of Vancouver Island, British Columbia, Paul is an Honours graduate from the University of Victoria where he studied double bass and voice.
Paul joined the Vancouver Chamber Choir in 2001. He previously sang with the Tudor Singers of Montreal and the Elmer Iseler Singers in Toronto. He has performed as a soloist and ensemble singer with a number of choral and instrumental organizations including the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, National Arts Centre Orchestra, Studio de musique ancienne de Montréal, and at the Montreal Jazz Festival.

Wine will be available for $5


March 31, 2016
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


Semiahmoo Arts


Turnbull Gallery at South Surrey Recreation & Arts Centre
14601-20th Ave. Surrey, BC V4A9P5 Canada + Google Map