Salishan Place by the River: The Intersection Between Community and Culture

Join us, as the Township of Langley’s Fine Arts Curator, shares some of the many possibilities that Langley’s new cultural centre, Salishan Place by the River, will have to offer. From community exhibition spaces to reception hall and amphitheatre bookings, Salishan Place is about building connections of inclusivity, while allowing leaders of the community to uses these spaces and raise the account of Langley’s Arts and Culture.


11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

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  • Kaitlyn Roberts

    Kaitlyn Roberts is an interdisciplinary artist absorbed in how art-making and art-viewing can create an empathetic relationship to the vulnerability and isolation surrounding mental illness. Through the use of photography, installation, and mixed media, her practice-based study conveys certain aspects of her autobiographic experiences. By inviting viewers into her memoirs, Roberts aims to bring mindfulness and emotion into the white cube of the gallery space. Originally from Toronto ON where she achieved her Honours BA in Visual Arts from Brock University, Roberts is currently living and working in BC’s Lower Mainland, where she completed her Master of Fine Arts at Emily Carr University of Art + Design. Today, Roberts is the Fine Arts Curator for the Township of Langley, where she hopes to assist in raising the arts profile throughout Langley.