A Meet and Greet with local author Carol Sheehan happens Sept. 26.

Meet and Greet with author Carol Sheehan on Sept. 26

The Spirits of the West Coast Native Art Gallery invites the public to a “Meet and Greet” with Carol Sheehan, a local author, anthropologist, scholar and authority on Northwest Coast First Nations art and culture.

The event takes place on Saturday, Sept. 26 between 3-5 p.m. at Spirits of the West Coast Native Art Gallery, 2926 Back Road.

Sheehan organized and is starting off the Comox Valley Elder College Saturday Lecture Series: Inheritance to Intuition: Seven Contemporary Northwest Coast First Nations Artists, this Saturday morning.

Anyone who would like to meet Sheehan after her lecture, and enjoy native art by some of the top master carvers in our region, is welcome to drop by the art gallery on Saturday. Visit spiritsofthewestcoast.com or call (250) 338-2120 for more information.

 

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