Myron Campbell is an instructor of two-dimensional and Digital Media Studies at the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan campus. His artistic practice include drawing, New Media, painting, installation and digital animation. During the artist talk/presentation, Campbell will outline his artistic background, concepts, strategies, and approaches in his studio practice. He will further comment on his exhibition Ghosts of Robert Lake which is a visual essay addressing concerns about the sensitive environments and unique habitats in the light of the ever-expanding development of urban and rural communities. The motivation to create a series of images that reference what is happening and what might happen in the future to the existence of the small unique pockets of sensitive environments came from his own knowledge of a development of a new road in the vicinity of Robert Lake in the Glenmore area of Kelowna. Admission by donation.