Chris can be reached directly by email if you are inquiring about his availability to present to your organization or group. firstname.lastname@example.org.
His presentations will introduce new and ground-breaking concepts in photographic art, and will encompass his long and storied career in outdoor adventure and guiding, independent book publication, and teaching, in his home region of the British Columbia's Cariboo Chilcotin.
A presentation by Chris Harris is inspirational for photographers, outdoor adventurers and conservationists, and for those who seek beauty in the world.
For a deeper exploration of the work you will experience, please visit the Exhibitions, Gallery, Video, and Newsletter features on this site.
For workshops please follow the links to Workshops.
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Shuswap Theatre Fund Raiser Presentation
March 25 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
This is a major fund raiser for the Shuswap Theatre in Salmon Arm.
A Photographer’s Journey: from photo-journalist to visual artist
Chris Harris has explored and captured the grandeur of the natural world, and shared it with the rest of us, as few other photographers have done. In this image, music, and narrative presentation, Chris will take you on two distinct journeys.
The Chilcotin Ark takes us into the remote, majestic, and largely unknown reaches of the Chilcotin. The final 5 books of Chris’ impressive 13 independently published books, are his Legacy Project. These 5 books are an intimate, knowledgeable, and mind-blowing, exploration of his home region of the Cariboo Chilcotin Plateau.
Together we will explore the profound landscape of shield volcanoes; paddle through a garden of icebergs created by retreating glaciers; and discover emergent landscapes that animate the world around us.
The Art of Possibility, our second journey, is into the artistic process of a person who seeks a challenge; whether in mountaineering and exploring new landscapes, or in seeking new frontiers of creative expression. On this journey, you will travel with Chris as he takes his camera on unexplored paths of possibility.
For photographers, for lovers of the natural world, for those passionate about art, and for those who seek new ideas; this presentation is unmatched.
The cost for this special fundraiser is:
students – $10.00; Adults – $20.00. Tickets are sold at the door
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