The Annapolis Royal Natural Art Festival was an event focused on bringing together community members and visitors through art and exploration. We had crowds of guests join us from 11am until 3pm at the beautiful waterfront Oqwa’titek Amphitheatre! Guests had the opportunity to join in on creating a 10 metre long watercolour painting, the longest watercolour painting in Annapolis Royal! Expertise and help was provided by local artist, Jaime Lee Lightle! Live, local music was played throughout the day as well. At both 11:30 am and at 1:30 pm, the hour long nature walks took place on the Harvest Moon Trail guided by a local naturalist.
We would like to thank the Nova Scotia Department of Energy and Mines, Jamie Lee Lightle, Dan Froese, and Kim Kelsey for helping with the event!
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PBJ Design acknowledges that our events take place in Mi’Kma’ki, on the traditional unceded lands of the Mi’kmaq People. Placemaking is nothing without the land and communities we work in, and we acknowledge that this place is Mi’Kma’ki. For more information, click here.