A Note on Safety: we will continue observing AHS Covid Health Guidelines throughout The Hibernation Project. Out of consideration for each other, please stay cozy at home if you’re feeling sick. In-person activities will be outside – social distancing and masks are recommended.

Logan Lape burning a sculpture for Gather by Fire, Hibernation 2019

Visit The Hibernation Project!

Want to participate in The Hibernation Project as a viewer? Audiences are intimate and friendly, primarily invited via word-of-mouth. All are welcome! You are invited in the spirit of community warmth, personal agency, sharing, mutual kindness, and respect. If you attend, you are participating at your own risk. We’ll all work together to keep each other safe. Thanks folks! ❤️

Read our list of 2022 Themes for dates and times.

This year, artworks will be appearing in a variety of “venues,” including:

  • Non-physical spaces (online and community radio)
  • Shared communal space (public parks)
  • Our yard in the Calgary/Mohkinstsis neighbourhood of Ramsay

Jennifer Ireland making work, Hibernation 2021
PinkNic gathering by Jennifer Crighton, Hibernation 2019