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Posted July 13, 2018

While hot and sunny conditions are welcomed news for most, Environment and Climate Change Canada and Medical Health Officers are reminding residents to take precautions to protect themselves from the heat. Keep cool by:

  • Spending time in an air-conditioned facility (such as a shopping centre, library, community centre or restaurant) for at least several hours every day.
  • Dress for the weather by wearing loose, light-weight clothing. Protect yourself from the sun by wearing a wide-brimmed hat and sunglasses.
  • Avoid sunburn, stay in the shade or use sunscreen with SPF 30 or more
  • NEVER leave children or pets alone in a parked car.
  • Check in on others - People living alone are at high risk of severe heat related illness.  
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Surface Tension: Recent Work by Gary Sim

Gary Sim - Cranes

Surface Tension: Recent Work by Gary Sim
November 28, 2017-January 29, 2018
McGill Library | 4595 Albert Street

Gary Sim was born in Vancouver in 1951. After high school graduation in 1969 he briefly attended SFU and the Vancouver School of Art. He started full-time employment in architecture in 1989. He was registered with the Architectural Institute of BC as an Associate for 15 years, from 2001 to 2016.

His spare time activities include drawing and print making, photography, Vancouver art history, research and writing, and volunteer work. In the past ten years, he has created hundreds of original artworks and shown them in more than 40 exhibitions. With his imprint Sim Publishing, he produces illustrated monographs and catalogues, greeting cards, artist stamps, and the extensive historical digital research project BRITISH COLUMBIA ARTISTS.

His newest exhibition can be seen at McGill Library in Burnaby from November 28, 2017 to January 29, 2018. 

For more information: www.sim-publishing.com/

Image Credit: Gary Sim, Waiting for More Ships from China (detail), 2014, original pen & ink and pencil drawing, 40.64 cm x 50.8 cm.