|When||Mar 14, 2021 02:00 PM PST|
|Where||Zoom call – register here|
Dinosaur Provincial Park in Alberta is one of the most important UNESCO World Heritage sites in Canada, and the largest late Cretaceous (75 million years ago) find in the world (so far). They say, “if you drop your hat and don’t find a fossil, then you’re not in Dinosaur Park”. The bioreserve is the source of bones and fossils for the Royal Tyrell Museum in Drumheller, some 170 kms north west of the park, but bones from this area have been collected since the late 19th century and can be found in several major museums in the USA.
While the park provides great interest for dinosaur and fossil hunters, palaeontologists, and all kinds of scientific and geologic researchers, some contemporary artists are also fascinated by this place. Heidi Bergstrom is one of those artists who, after discovering the Drumheller region in the early 1980’s has been deeply influenced by this land and its history in her art since then.
In this talk, Heidi will share her knowledge of the park, her creative work and plans for artistic and cultural research in the park.
Please note: this event will be streamed on Facebook live and recorded for future sharing and viewing on social media such as YouTube and websites.
A Zoom account is not required to attend the talk.