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|■E.H. Norman Library Speaker Series|
“Coast Salish Art：Origins and Future”
The Canadian Embassy's E.H. Norman Library Speaker Series introduces Canada through its books, authors and arts.
In connection with the upcoming Prince Takamado Gallery exhibition “Canada／Japan：A Bridge Over the Pacific”, two Coast Salish artists will offer a presentation about their art, their community and history.
The Coast Salish, a First Nation living in Southern Vancouver Island in British Columbia, have inherited their own masked dance tradition. John and Luke Marston, experienced carvers, have learned carving and the legends of the Coast Salish from their elders and created a unique art which moves forward into a new synthesis of cultures. Both John and Luke will introduce you to the Coast Salish Arts which springs from the legends, stories and the history of Coast Salish.
|Time:||Wednesday, April 9, 2008 18：30 - 20：30|
|Place:||Embassy of Canada Oscar Peterson Theatre
|Language:||English （some Japanese explanations to be provided）|
|Admission:||Free - advance registration required|
|Application:||Please register by e-mail. Registration will be closed when full. Clearly indicate the following in your e-mail：|
|Exhibition： Canada／Japan： A Bridge Over the Pacific *|
|Date：||April 2 - May 15, 2008
Weekdays 9：00 to 17：30
Wednesday 9：00 to 20：00
* closed May 5
|Place：||Embassy of Canada Prince Takamado Gallery
* PDF format - Adobe Acrobat Reader
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