Hope and Wild Apples

1:00PM to 3:30PM December 13, 2013
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Centre for Dialogue, LIC
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RRU Staff

Robert Bateman has been an artist and naturalist since his early childhood where he roamed the fields and woods of his own backyard. He has always painted wildlife and nature, and in his early 30s he moved back to realism as a more suitable way to express the particularity of our planet. It is this style that has made him one of the foremost Canadian artists depicting the world of nature and it is his passion for the well-being of human and natural heritage that has made him an environmental champion and hero for the nature world.

In this afternoon conversation with Bateman, he makes a strong argument for us to make real efforts to reconnect by slowing down, paying attention, getting acquainted and falling in love with nature and in so doing call ourselves awake to becoming the protectors of it for the sake of all future of life.

  • Date: Friday, Dec 13, 2013
  • Times: 1 - 3:30 p.m.
  • Cost: $20 + applicable taxes

Note: All proceeds will go to the Child Nature Alliance. There will be a fine selection of his books for sale and signing - excellent for Christmas gift-giving.

Contact Continuing Studies 250-391-2600 x2513 to register.