UFV English professor Trevor Carolan will be speaking on Group of Seven Artist Frederick Varley this weekend.
This important member of Canada’s iconic Group of Seven artists lived and worked in the Vancouver area during the 1930s. While residing near Rice Lake in North Vancouver, Varley painted many of his great masterworks and his tenure in the area was not without controversy. This look at the spiritually engaged ecological aesthetics of local Group of Seven master Fred Varley promises to be a timely and informative learning event.
Sat, Oct 1
Heritage Centre at Mount Seymour Provincial Park
1620 Mount Seymour Road (access through 1610 Mount Seymour Rd.)