New artist in residence at Omineca Arts Centre

The Omineca Arts Centre is featuring a new artist in residence.

Gillian Wigmore will showcase her place-based poetry until mid-April.

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Gracing the walls of the centre are Wigmore's life-sized poems about Northern BC, family and the quiet tensions of everyday life.

Wigmore, originally from Vanderhoof, who now resides in Prince George, writes in the style of ecopoetry that has a strong ecological message.

Her work is in studio at Omineca Arts Centre, 369 Victoria Street. For studio hours and more information visit

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