You’re invited to Hey Bozo – photos and mixed media by Annie Forrest August 12-16, 2021 at Slice Gallery Vancouver.
Opening ReceptionThursday August 12: 6pm-10pm
Thursday, August 12: 11am-10pm
Friday, August 13: 11am-8pm
Saturday, August 14: 11am-6pm
Sunday, August 15: 11am-6pm
Monday, August 16: 11am-8pm
Slice Gallery, 1636 Venables St, Vancouver, BC
Big Lonely Doug
Last Stand for Old-Growth
Grandma Rose at Waterfall Camp, Fairy Creek Blockade
Rainbow Eyes at Fairy Creek HQ
Beneath the towering yellow cedars and Douglas firs of a west coast Canadian rainforest, police and protesters are battling over the future of one of the last unprotected old-growth watersheds on southern Vancouver Island.
The protests are local, but ramifications are global as biodiversity and climate change are inextricably linked with ancient trees. Unlike new tree plantations, old-growth forests in coastal British Columbia, with trees ranging from 250 to 2,000 years old, provide habitat for rare and endangered species and absorb climate-warming carbon dioxide.
Photography by Annie Forrest
Words by Judith Lavoie
Read the full story on Vogue.com.
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Zac Cruz & Annie Forrest
March 6 – April 18, 2021
Sat March 6: 1pm-9pm
Sun March 7: 1pm-7pm
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