Where Agriculture & Art Meet
Woodland Farm is a small organic farm on Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada
-the unceded territories of the Hul'qumi'num and SENĆOŦEN speaking peoples.
To honour the fact that we are guests on this land, we donate 10% of the Artist Residency fees to
The Moose Hide Campaign
a BC-born Indigenous-led grassroots movement to engage men and boys in ending violence towards women and children.
It has since grown into a nationwide movement of Indigenous and non-Indigenous Canadians from local communities, First Nations, governments, schools, colleges/universities, police forces and many other organizations – all committed to taking action to end this violence.
“So come to the pond,
or the river of your imagination,
or the harbor of your longing,
and put your lips to the world."
― Mary Oliver (excerpt from 'Red Bird')
Out of the Box Productions
For over 20 years
we have investigated diverse creation methodologies
pondering the agency of the human
in an increasingly digitally mediatized existence
while aiming to disseminate the ecological and social influence
of a natural setting on the creative process.
We have been generously supported by the following organizations: Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, BC Arts Council, York University, AC Lighting, Remenyi House of Music, ListenUp! Canada, CRD Arts Development, Victoria Foundation, Hamber Foundation, The Travellers Inn, Banff Centre for the Arts, Laurel Point Inn, City of Victoria, Croy & Co., Alison Piano, Copy Plus Centre, Thrifty Foods, Tom Lee Music, Monday Magazine, Victoria Arts Marketing, Bridges for Woman, Monday Publication, BC Ferries.