Another beautiful event: inauguration of artwork by Terry Horne in Hope BC on August 19th 2017
Inauguration of artwork by Terry Horne in conjunction with the story The Kidnapping of Stó:lō Boys During the Fraser River Gold Rush!
Above, Terry Horne’s artwork at the Telte-Yet Camp Site in Hope, British Columbia, on Saturday August 19th 2017. Below, images from the inaugural event with artist Terry Horne, guests, performers and collaborators. Photos by Daina Bonner.
‘A great many’ Stó:lō boys kidnapped during B.C.’s Gold Rush, Canada 150 project unites historian and carver to tell nearly forgotten story of lost boys. CBC News – British Columbia, August 19, 2017
L’art au service de l’histoire, audiofile from Saturday August 19th 2017. Les samedis du monde with Arnaud Delacroix. Radio-Canada. Interview with Ronald Rudin
Tale of stolen Sto:lo boys a lost story no more- Memorial pole unveiled Saturday in Hope as part of Lost Stories project. Article by Jennifer Feinberg, Hope Standard, Thursday August 17th 2017