Legend has it that First Nations people used to be able to cross the river on the backs of spawning salmon, because there were so many. 2010 was recorded as the biggest migration back to the Shuswap waters and Adams River (75 kms east of Kamloops, British Columbia) in recorded history. Linda McRae, fine art digital photographer describes her experience on her photo outing there.
Linda McRae describes her realization of how a small act of pulling weeds can be destructive to environment, and how she became awakened to the larger issues facing humans on Earth. Can Earth sustain us in future generations? Click Read More below to learn about The Awakening the Dreamer Initiative.
Poetry, music, photography art and art films may all have “intention” by their creators. However, your reaction to a creative piece will always be based on your personal life experience. Linda McRae shares her thoughts on how there is no right or wrong interpretation.
Linda McRae describes how acting and playing like a child can stimulate creativity and help you overcome challenging obstacles.
You are an artist, and you have just been asked if you can be interviewed on the radio, TV, or by a newspaper. What do you say? How do you conduct yourself? Linda McRae shares some tips she learned in a workshop for artists on communicating with the media.
Ted Grant, Canada’s premier living photographer visited the Kamloops Photo Arts Club on March 27, 2010, and shares his passion for and thoughts about photography. A key indicator of Ted Grant’s style is to “shoot from the dark side”.