On May 28 and 29, Yukoners were able to join instructor Donald Lawrence and an international group of artists and other researchers interested in camera obscura related optical phenomenon and the meeting places of: art and science, cultural and wilderness settings, learning and play, for a camera obscura workshop at the SS Klondike. This installation is a result of that workshop as well as a creating a site specific camera obsucra.   Visitors are welcome to view the camera obscura by stepping into the tent, pulling the door shut, and viewing the image projected onto the wall.


Presented in association with the Camera Obscura Festival happening June 17 – 22 in Dawson.


Thanks to Klondike Institute of Art & Culture (KIAC), The Yukon Arts Centre, the Camera Obscura Project, Thompson Rivers University and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research of Council of Canada / Counseil de recherches en sciences humanies du Canada. Thanks to Parks Canada for the use of the SS Klondike National Historic Site