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Revelstoke Reflections Winners

Winner in the Visual Art Category is Claire Sieber with her work Sifting.

claire sieber sifting

Winner in the media Arts Category is Remi Goguen with the work Follow the Sun.

remi goguen follow the sun

Winner in the tactile arts category is Penelope with her work Tranquillity.

penelope tranquility

Winner in the youth category is Lizzy McDowell with her work Escape Room.

lizzy mcdowell escape room

Winner in the child category is Maya Bolingbroke with her work The Planet of Corona.

maya bolingbroke the planet of corona

Winner in the writing category is Laura Stovel with her book review of Braiding Sweetgrass by Robin Wall Kimmerer.

laura stovel braiding sweetgrass book review

We also have two honorable mentions in the Visual Art category both awarded $125, the first is Jess Leahy with her work Western Anemone Colouring Page.

printable western anemone colouring page

The second is Mulgi with the work Hopeless Longing II.

mulgi hopeless longing II 2

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Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.
Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.

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Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.
Miriam’s career spans the arts in both the UK and Canada, including the Arts Council of England and the Banff Centre for the Arts where she programmed, funded and developed festivals, films, events, residencies and professional development courses.

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