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Carmody showing photos in Squamish

The Squamish Public Library is hosting a special exhibition by Brackendale-based photographer Susan Carmody on Thursday, Sept. 22.

The exhibition will have a special focus on child portraiture inspired by Carmody’s four-year-old daughter, including the ‘Age Of Innocence’ portrait (above) which appeared in the Professional Photographers Association of British Columbia’s 2004 Print Salon "Portrait Of A Child.’ The portrait was also featured on the cover of the association’s signature magazine ‘In Focus’.

A native Australian, Carmody currently resides in Brackendale. The Library show is her first signature exhibition.

The event will run from 7 to 10 p.m.

Squamish Artwalk this weekend

The thriving Howe Sound arts community comes out to play this weekend for the 4th Annual Squamish Artwalk and Gallery Tour.

The two day event maps out studio and gallery venues hosting live artist demonstrations. Brochures are available online at www.squamishart.com. The event takes place Sept. 17-18, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. both days.

Tazara show lets kids collaborate

This Saturday afternoon the community gallery space at Millennium Place hosts an artist reception for the Art Of Tazara – a vibrant exhibition of collaborative works by seven-year-old Tazara Lopes and her artist mom Cary Campbell Lopes, on display through the month of September.

The reception will be a family-friendly affair with a large painted background piece for kids to draw on, Tazara-style.

A similar canvas from the first Art Of Tazara reception in 2003 is currently on display at Spring Creek Community School.

The reception runs from 2-6 p.m. n

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