In recognition of Canada’s 150th Anniversary of Confederation, the 75th Anniversary of the Alaska Highway, and 118 years of the Treaty 8 Agreement, the PLRAC is delighted to present “Emergence,” a public art sculpture created through the modification of a Caterpillar Trencher used in the building of the Alaska Highway and donated by Roger and Christina Gregoire. The sculpture seeks to reflect the history of the Peace-Liard’s Indigenous and non-Indigenous people and to emblemize a community moving together toward a deeper understanding of both.
Advisor: Brian Jungen
Lead Artists: Adrienne Greyeyes, Emilie Mattson, Karl Mattson
Contributing Artists: Kristen Auger, David Jacob Harder, Helen Knott, Barbara Swail
With the unveiling date set for August 11, 2017, check back often for more updates!!
The PLRAC acknowledges the financial support of the Canada Council for the Arts Government of Canada , City of Dawson Creek, BC | Canada 150: Celebrating B.C. Communities and their Contributions to Canada Fund, The McLean Foundation, Peace River Regional District, Northern Trails Historical Society & Trans Carrier Limited.