Beyond Grief
Anderson Island  - October 2021

10/16

BEYOND GRIEF:
PANEL DISCUSSION


 

5pm, Community Club
Produced and moderated by Charlotte Seto.

10/23

POETRY IN OUT PARKS:

OPENING NIGHT + OPEN MIC

 

5:00pm, Andy's Marine Park
MAP ACCESSIBLE HERE

 

10/31

HALLOWEEN:

TRICK OR TREAT MAP


 

Download PDF

Access via Google Maps

Beyond Grief: Panel Discussion

Saturday (10/16)

This gathering of islanders will highlight the voices of Community Leaders who support us in continued grief integration. 

 

We will highlight unique material and spiritual resources that are available to serve our community's specific needs through a 40 minute panel followed by 10 minutes of audience Q&A. 
This event is; hosted by the Community Club, produced and moderated by Charlotte Seto. Sponsorship from AICF, AICC, AICC
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Halloween: Trick or Treat

Sunday (10/31)

We will trick or treat, enjoy unique sculptural installations, and build community resilience. 
4 or 5 sculptural stations will provide an opportunity for a unique photo opportunity. Candy will be attached to the sculptures so each visitor can have a piece. This event will feature art sculptures designed by islanders. Assorted Island landmarks and institutions will volunteer space.

Follow this link to see a highlight reel from last year's First Annual event: https://youtu.be/NEfSxjST0Eo

 

Sponsorship from AI Booster Club
Artists prompt:

Theme: “Habitat”

You have creative license (note: must be child friendly).

This can be taken in any direction – a few examples: the school is a habitat for kids, the forest is a habitat for spiders or racoons, the waterfront is a habitat for seals and seaweed. 

 

Location: Below is a shortlist of public spaces to select from, however, I am open to suggestions for additional parks!

 

+ Historical Society: pending

+ Old Swimming Hole: pending

+ Jane Cammon: Artists – Dana Ballou and team of teachers

+ Andy's Park: Artist - Candy Anderson

 

Specifics: 

This year, I will not be providing a frame / structure to give artists as much freedom as possible. 

 

1. The sculpture should be illuminated somehow – There will be access to electrical plugs at all locations.

2. The sculpture should be weather resistant.

3. The sculpture should present candy in a creative way. Pinched, stuck, strung, however you can imagine presenting candy safely so kids can easily take a piece or two. 

 

Additional note:

Some of the sculptures will be placed on 10/23, one week prior to Halloween, as a part of Poetry in the Parks.

Poetry in our Parks: Open Mic

Saturday (10/23)

Islanders are invited to an evening of poetry, art, and remembrance! 

A celebration of the island's enduring legacy, this event will encourage further reflection on resilience and community. The event will center a reverent tone featuring a 'stage' in front of an outdoor statue created for the occasion by multi-generational islander, Miz Candy Anderson! 

This event will coincide with the publication of our Poetry in our Parks/Trick or Treat Map.

 

Poetry in our Parks: Exhibit

(10/23 - 11/01)

An interactive poetry map encouraging folks to explore public spaces and ruminate on the meaning of community resilience, grief integration, and enduring legacy. 
 

The poems will be placed beside / incorporated into the display of sculptures for the week leading up to Halloween. 
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