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Sun, Feb 11, 7:30, Rio Theatre

Mountain Art & Photography Show

Mountain Culture, Mountain Sports, Adventure, Climbing, Environment, Canadian

A celebration of art in the mountains – photography, painting & filmmaking.

Date, Time & Location:

Sun, Feb 11, Rio Theatre
Evening – Doors 6:30pm Show 7:30pm



John Price

John Price is an photographer & climber. He has spent the last six years traveling all over the world, while basing himself out of Canada. Over the last three years John has been actively climbing and photographing rock, ice and alpine ascents throughout North America, including the deserts of Nevada, the Ruth Gorge in Alaska, the remote corners of the Himalaya, rural Japan, recently in Alaska & the French Alps and extensively throughout the Canadian Rockies.

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Jessa Gilbert

Blurring the lines between artist and adventurer, Jessa Gilbert creates artworks that celebrate adventure and wilderness, drawing inspiration directly from her travels and exploration in the backcountry. She grew up in Upstate New York before moving to Vermont to study Art and Art History at the University of Vermont... and to snowboard. She worked primarily as a product developer in Vermont while also competing nationally in freestyle snowboarding through the sponsorship of various brands.

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Camera Trap

Director: Marty O'Brien
Origin: Canada
Year of Production: 2017
Duration: 25 min

Aspiring wilderness photographer Peter Mather puts everything on the line in his quest to capture one photo that will tell the story of the Porcupine caribou herd and the greatest land migration on earth.

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Lindsey Ross: A Less Convenient Path

Director: Andrew Schoneberger
Origin: USA
Year of Production: 2017
Duration: 12 min

In an age of speed, convenience, and ease, artist Lindsey Ross does things the hard way.

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In Perpetual Motion

Director: Krystle Wright
Origin: Australia
Year of Production: 2017
Duration: 5 min

The life of an adventure photographer often involves extreme environments and ever-changing terrain to navigate. A journey into the lifestyle and process of the photography of Krystle Wright.

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1660 East Broadway, Vancouver, BC | (604) 879-3456