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Directions 1. Hwy 101 exit 11
2. Hwy 358 towards Canning
3. Right onto NS-221 E
4. Slight left on North Ave NS 358N
5. Slight left on Cape Split Rd
6. Left on Wharf Rd
7. Left of the foot bridge by the parking lot N 45° 17.983, W 064° 23.908
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Weir Weir is the sixth installation in Scot’s Bay of the What Was Left Behind series started in 2013. This series references artifacts of social history as its starting point. Each piece has been a visual reminder of what was once common and is now gone. Just as the debris of history appears and disappears over time, so too these installations appear and disappear. This Installations is sponsored by October 24-28, 2018
www.devourfest.com Genny Killin Genny Killin is a Halifax-born, educated and based artist. She received a Certificate of Costume Studies from Dalhousie University in 1981 and her BFA in painting from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design in 1984. She has worked since 1980 in theatre and television, making and designing costumes and props, and doing set decoration. She has exhibited in group shows and created outdoor, on-site, public sculptures for Uncommon Common Art since 2013. Genny is slated to have a solo exhibit of her works at the Craig Gallery, Alderney Landing 2 Ochterloney St., Dartmouth, NS, May 2019.