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Pemberton Museum Emily Carr Presentation

Posted by on Nov 23, 2019 in BC Interior, Blog, Books, British Columbia, Canada, Emily Carr | 0 comments

UntitledHow to thank Niki Madigan, curator of the Pemberton Museum, for the effort that went into editing this video of the book tour talk I gave there on October 17 … This in addition to all the help that she and historically minded Pembertonians gave during the research phase of Emily Carr’s BC: Book Three: South Coast to the Interior. Perhaps a plug for this exceptional institution. If you’re ever in the area, don’t miss the opportunity to visit.

AUDAIN ART MUSEUM: October 19

Posted by on Oct 2, 2019 in Blog, Books, Emily Carr, Events, Sea to Sky | 0 comments

2019_10_02 Audain EventSo honoured to be part of this event at the Audain Art Museum for the Whistler Writers Festival on October 19.

“As a compliment to Whistler Writers Festival (Oct 17-20), the museum is hosting a day to launch new books that relate to the collection. Including Kiriko Watanabe, the AAM’s Gail & Stephen A. Jarislowsky curator and Carr, who will discuss the catalogue produced for ‘Emily Carr : Fresh Seeing – French Modernism and the West Coast’, Geoffrey Erickson AOCA, who will talk about the new book Eppich House II, The Story of an Arthur Erickson Masterwork and Laurie Carter, who will share her third book in a series ‘Emily Carr’s BC: South Coast to the Interior.”

SQUAMISH CHIEF Features Emily Carr’s BC: South Coast to the Interior

Posted by on Sep 6, 2019 in BC Interior, Blog, Books, British Columbia, Canada, Emily Carr, Events, Sea to Sky | 0 comments

2019-09-05 | Squamish ChiefFull text: Squamish Chief

Author in Squamish to talk about artist Emily Carr and her time in the Sea to Sky
Includes story about Carr, a cop, a convict and a shot dog in Lillooet

Author Laurie Carter marvels at the tenacity shown by iconic artist Emily Carr, who visited Brackendale on her last journey north.

Carter’s latest book Emily Carr’s B.C.: South Coast to the Interior, is the final instalment of the writer’s trilogy on Carr. It features Carr’s life from her return to B.C. after studying in England in 1904 to her final expedition up the Sea to Sky and through Lillooet in 1933. Carr stopped for some time in Brackendale to visit her niece Lillian Rae. (more…)