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Music for Mother Nature Night

Canadian Sound Therapy Arts Society

Thursday, 19 June 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

Music for Mother Nature Night

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Holly Arntzen and Kevin Wright (Artist Response Team)

When Holly and Kevin sing together think Joni Mitchell meets Bon Scott. An unlikely combination, but one that bears rich sounds, songs, energy and a unique perspective. They mix up heart and soul with edge,
serious issues with humour, and most important
an addiction to music and performing!

Corrina Keeling

"Corrina creates in service of compassion, consciousness & change. She is constantly seeking new ways of using participatory & public art, facilitation, music, and storytelling as a way to call us as individuals and as a community to authenticity, humility & healing, and loves it when people feel lit up about who they are and what they do. She works towards opening space in our complex world for reflection, gratitude, evolution and awe, and is stoked on sidewalk chalk, love letters, riding her bike, rhythm, and really good questions."

Youtube Video links:

Hollow Wooden Box:
Love is the Movement:

Emily Molloy

Hailing from Ontario originally, Emily found her true home in the western mountains of Canada. Her music fuses the traditional folk/acoustic styles with soul and just a tad of grunge to bring you a raw and powerful sound. Clever lyrics, catchy melodies and purely simple and beautiful songwriting.

Martin Sparrow

Martin is member of the Musqueam Nation, he is a singer, carver, fisher and dedicated to the preservation of his culture. He has many stories of and how his art and culture are his medicines to his own personal and community struggles. Martin believes strongly that the indigenous way and the protection of Salmon are good for all.

J Peachy 

J Peachy is a West Coast based multi-disciplinary artist. Through many forms audio, film, tv, visual art and street performance, Peachy utilizes the many art forms to challenge the status quo. He engages the community in progressive mental health and environmental dialogue through diverse creative interventions. Often misunderstood, some see him as a cultural mashup; an artist, activist, creative rodeo clown and wild salmon spirit. His artistic expressions are always a surprise

WIl D. Salmon 

Wil D. Salmon is a lost fish, him and his brother are on an aquatic and existential journey in search of their watersheds. However along the way, Wil comes across the city that was likely his ancestors spawning ground. On the way he meets interesting human, animal and human like creatures. Wil has his own TV show as part of the Wild Salmon Children's News media team. Wil makes a special appearance.

Check out episodes of the WIl D. Salmon show here

Have questions about Music for Mother Nature Night? Contact Canadian Sound Therapy Arts Society

When & Where

Inlet Theatre & Galleria
100 Newport Dr
Port Moody, BC V3H 5C3

Thursday, 19 June 2014 from 6:30 PM to 9:00 PM (PDT)

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Canadian Sound Therapy Arts Society

We are a collective of artists who believe in the multi-faceted power of the arts to heal, express and communicate.

We desire safer spaces where we can create and share our diverse lived experiences.

We desire inclusivity, all creatures are in our artistic eco-system and have a gift to contribute. It is our challenge to discover the gifts in ourselves and those that come across our path.

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