Opening Protocol & Prayer by Levi Martin
Welcome to the Traditional Territory by Youth from Wickaninnish Community School
Welcome by Christine Germano, Ivy Cargill-Martin & Ilia Poichuk
Introduction of CEF Board, Staff and Thank Our Sponsors
Featuring Singing Performance
Elder Grace George and the Wickaninnish Community School Students
Featuring Dance Performance
Amos Family Women Dance Group
Artist Introductions - Carvers and Weavers Present
Youth Stories - Students share their stories from the "Through Our Eyes" Project
Film Screenings - Carver to Carver - A series of Films by Claudia Medina
(looping in the film room)
Gordon Dick in conversation with Marika Swan
1) Art, Healing and Tradition (20 min)
2) Creating Balance, Art Within Community (20 min)
3) The Ceremony of Daily Life (20 min)
4) Gordon Dick in conversation with Kelly Robinson (55 min)
The EDGE Art Exhibit is a showcase of carved and weaved works from all corners of our art community. Discover the relationship between the carver, the weaver and the coast as you explore the vast variety of art styles from traditional to contemporary, innovative to whimsical, art of all levels. This year’s exhibit will feature Through Our Eyes, a youth photo and writing project, and artist-led tours.
The Opening Night will feature special performances by the local Amos Family Women’s Dance Group and youth singers from the Wickaninnish Community School led by Elder Grace George.
The Carving on the Edge Festival sends out periodic updates on the festival and out-of-festival events. If you’d like to be kept up-to-date on the coastal carving scene, please sign-up using the form below.
Please fill out the form below. We will be reaching out prior to the event with links and information required to attend.