Artists in Communities

About HCC

Lori and Laura’s time at HCC is coming to an end. Join us for their final event, Sunday January 23 from 1-3pm in Hastings’ Community Hall.

Build relationship to this land, and learn about Indigenous plants, foods, and medicines with Indigenous herbalist Lori Snyder and art historian and writer Laura Cisneros.

At this time, when we have been called to live differently and our hearts are deeply touched by the lives affected by the Covid-19 pandemic, In Harmony In Nature we stay committed to our intention on building a creative bridge between our community and nature. 

We are inviting you to take those inward ideas, dreams, energy… and bring them outward into this new reality.  

We will keep connected through different online platforms. Visit our blog and watch our videos and photos on some of the plants we can find or grow in our gardens this time of the year. Mark your calendars with the events we are programming.

We acknowledge that In Harmony With Nature will be walking on the unceded lands of the Squamish, Musqueam and Tsleil-Waultuth peoples. This land is home to diverse Indigenous people, plants and other beings whom we recognize as vital contributors of our society.

We are also feeling very grateful and honoured that Hastings Community Centre, the Hastings Community Association and the Vancouver Park Board have extended our residency for the upcoming year. We are looking forward to another year of expanding our relations in nature, in community with all of you. Thanks for the great support as we navigate together this beautiful and very particular 2021. 

Find out about our latest programming here: https://inharmonywithnatur.wixsite.com/inharmonywithnature/upcoming-events

Learn more about the Artists in Communities program here: https://vancouver.ca/people-programs/artists-in-communities-program.aspx