Community Projects

01 AWWS Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See <a href="/links">Links & Press</a> for media coverage.
01 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
02 AWWS
02 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
03 AWWS
03 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
04 AWWS
04 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
05 AWWS
05 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
06 AWWS
06 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
07 AWWS
07 AWWS
Beaver Mines, Alberta; 12 people, 4 hours, 30 trees; This temporary art project was in support of the Castle Wilderness Coalition protest regarding logging practices in the area. Feb 13, 10 am to Feb 25, 2012. See Links & Press for media coverage.
08 AWWS Burmis Hillside, Alberta; 4 people, 2 hours,1 tree & hillside; This temporary art project celebrated a hillside under threat of becoming a transmission tower corridor. October 15, 1:30-3:30pm, 2011.
08 AWWS
Burmis Hillside, Alberta; 4 people, 2 hours,1 tree & hillside; This temporary art project celebrated a hillside under threat of becoming a transmission tower corridor. October 15, 1:30-3:30pm, 2011.
09 AWWS
09 AWWS
Burmis Hillside, Alberta; 4 people, 2 hours,1 tree & hillside; This temporary art project celebrated a hillside under threat of becoming a transmission tower corridor. October 15, 1:30-3:30pm, 2011.
10 AWWS Highway 3, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta; 4 people, various times in the winter of 2010 to raise awareness of art evetns that can support and celebrate wilderness areas. See <a href="/links">Links & Press</a> for AWWS website.
10 AWWS
Highway 3, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta; 4 people, various times in the winter of 2010 to raise awareness of art evetns that can support and celebrate wilderness areas. See Links & Press for AWWS website.
11 AWWS
11 AWWS
Highway 3, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta; 4 people, various times in the winter of 2010 to raise awareness of art evetns that can support and celebrate wilderness areas. See Links & Press for AWWS website.
12 AWWS
12 AWWS
Highway 3, Crowsnest Pass, Alberta; 4 people, various times in the winter of 2010 to raise awareness of art evetns that can support and celebrate wilderness areas. See Links & Press for AWWS website.

Community Projects

Yarn bombing was selected as way to celebrate the wilderness and create metaphors for caring about our environment. This was a collaborative effort with local artists to create a positive voice for wild spaces over 2011 & 2012.

CBC Interview Radio One, Yarn Bombing In the Castle, February 2012

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