Stockwell Day challenges Death - Macleans.ca

Stockwell Day challenges Death

by

 

 

The National Arts Centre launched their B.C. Scene festival, which highlights the province’s arts.

Several giant cardboard boxes were set up where people went inside for a performance. Here Stockwell Day, Minister of International Trade and Minister for the Asia-Pacific Gateway, challenges Death to a game of chess.

img_8768

 

This actor’s performance piece included invited people to join her in bed and pretend to be her husband—and then she proceeded to get mad at them.

img_8793

Minister responsible for sport Gary Lunn was one of the people who joined the above actress.

img_8729

These guys interviewed you for the position of Prime Minister.

img_8783

Attendees included Laureen Harper.

img_8717

NDP Victoria MP Denise Savoie.

img_8723

Vancouver Liberal MP Hedy Fry.

img_8731

Vancouver NDP MP Libby Davies.

img_8736

Davies with Laureen Harper.

img_8743

B.C. Conservative MP Alice Wong.

img_8757

B.C. Conservative MP Ron Cannan.

img_8758

Stockwell and Val Day.

img_8762

(Left to right) Harvey Slack, executive director of The Canadiana Fund, retired senator Laurier LaPierre and Daniel Rubinstein, aide to Hedy Fry.

img_8750

Greg Denton, aide to Halifax NDP MP Megan Leslie.

img_8794

Some of the art.

img_8764

The music makers.

img_87651

Some of the performance art.

img_8798

The reception included a showcase of B.C. culinary arts.

img_8712

img_8722

img_87132

img_8721