Summer Studio Tour Sunday, July 17 & Monday July 18, 2022 Maps are available at The Hornby Co-op, the farmers market, or online on the Hornby Art Studio App. Visit the Hornby Arts App to find artist studio’s year-round! Download our Studio App here! https://youtu.be/zQ0mVfdnso0 Director & Cinematographer: Zsofin Sheehy Producer: Hornby Arts Production assistant: Katy Catchpole Studio Tour coordinator: Juniper Slieker Music: The Trumpeteers, ‘The Little Wooden Church’ Thank you to our artists: Tom Knott Mette Wullum Jo
Adrift: Reconnecting Through Creativity To be adrift means to be unfastened, floating without direction, moving with the seas and winds. We have all found ourselves unmoored: physically, mentally, or emotionally, at some point over the last two years in the wake of the pandemic. How have we navigated these uncharted waters in isolation? How do we find a safe harbour and our community again? Adrift: Reconnecting through Creativity is a community project and art show organized by
Hornby Island sits in the traditional, unceded territory of the K’ómoks First Nation and Pentlatch Peoples. In recognition of National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21, Hornby Arts is dedicating the entire month of June towards highlighting programs which celebrate Indigenous art, culture and sovereignty. Proceeds of Indigenous Peoples Month Programs will be put towards further Indigenous Connections programming as part of Hornby Arts’ continued effort in building relationships and reconciliation with the Indigenous inhabitants of this land.