Don’t tell mom. Langley artists are drawing on the wall

Budding and established artists have collaborated on an installation in the Fort Gallery until late April.

Field Guide to Traveling Bridges features Trinity Western University art students along with Langley artists Doris Auxier and Edith Krause.

As a collaborative art installation, this exhibit will change over the course of the show which is open to the public April 6 to 24 at 9048 Glover Rd.

The show’s starting point was the artists embracing that childhood desire to draw on the walls.

The closing reception is 7 p.m. on April 24. For more, go to fortgallery.ca.

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Trinity Western University students Catherine Affleck and Erin Avenant have been playing music together for a number of years under the name Whippoorwill.

People can hear the duo at the Fort Gallery’s First Thursday events when live entertainment performs surrounded by the latest exhibition.

This free community arts event goes 7 to 9 p.m. on April 7.

Nobody’s visiting

Author Diane Welch is taking her fictional rapscallion around.

She had book events for Mr. Nobody, the character of her children’s books (Introducing Mr. Nobody, Mr. Nobody’s Shenanigans and Mr. Nobody’s Christmas Treasury). On April 1 she’s in Abbotsford and then on April 2, she will be at the Langley Chapters from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.

“Mr. Nobody loves his coffee so it is only natural that he will be at Republica’s Coffee and Roasters Shop,” she said about the April 3 event, which is 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

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