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Public dreamer next up in Lulu Series

Victoria-based artist Paula Jardine will present highlights from four decades working as a public dreamer at the next Lulu Series lecture Feb. 21.

Jardine is known to create images and events that integrate artists, performers and the public with ritual, celebration and activism.

As co-founder of Vancouver’s Public Dreams Society, Paula established Trout Lake’s Illuminares Evening Lantern Procession and its fall counterpart, Parade of the Lost Souls—two popular East Vancouver outdoor spectacles.

Jardine’s Thursday presentation will be preceded by an interactive performance with members of the Steveston Seniors Drumming Circle.

This is the second of three events in the 2013 Lulu Series.

The evening starts at 7 p.m. at Richmond City Hall’s council chambers. Admission is free, but seating is limited. Reserve at lulu@richmond.ca.

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