Monthly Archives: July 2018

Music BC E-News 07/26/2018: RSVP for Music BC Summer Social + Last Call for Groundwerk Stage + Toronto Showcase Applications!

YOU’RE INVITED! MUSIC BC SUMMER SOCIAL As you may know, we got some fantastic news from City Hall last week when our recommendations to City Council regarding the Creative Cities Strategy were unanimously supported by council. To celebrate this achievement, … Continue reading

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KOOTENAY PRIDE is seeking submissions to add to the PRIDE Archive POP UP (PAPU)

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New Exhibitions at Kootenay Gallery Explore Organic Forms

Krestova resident Natasha Smith opens her first solo exhibition at the Kootenay Gallery of Art on August 3 alongside an exhibition, Glow, by Quebec artist Sonia Haberstich. Photo: Viewfinder by Natasha Smith Smith’s exhibition, Mapping Language consists of prints and … Continue reading

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Capitol Theatre Events

July 26, 27, 28 @ 7:30pm & July 28 @ 2:00pm Tickets: $16 adult, $11 student, $50 family of four The Capitol Theatre’s Summer Youth Program is excited to present The Hunchback of Notre Dame, a new musical based on … Continue reading

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Alliance News / New Petition Urges Federal Government to Fund Historic Places in 2019 Budget

Featured In This Issue Setting Priorities: Here’s How Our Members Responded to Our Recent Advocacy Survey Hot Off the Blog: New Petition Urges Federal Government to Fund Historic Places in 2019 Budget What’s On: July 25-August 7   Setting Priorities: … Continue reading

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DEADLINE EXTENDED | Call for Artists: Art 4 Life Exhibition

Do you explore themes in your work that would interest and inspire children? We’ve extended the deadline to apply to exhibit in Art 4 Life, our annual exhibition for the young and young at heart at the Port Moody Arts … Continue reading

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TDAC Weekly Arts Update

Kootenay Savings Music in the Park Music in the Park happens every Thursday (and a Tuesday) until August 30. With entrance by donation, it’s the perfect opportunity for you to get outside and listen to some live music. We are … Continue reading

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Caprice Fine Art & Co July Newsletter

News from the Studio It has been a while since my last newsletter.  In January I wrote to you stating that the future was bright here at Caprice Fine Art & Co.   Life has a way of occasionally going … Continue reading

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Columbia Basin Rural Development Institute: RDI Focus – Identifying Rural Data Gaps

If you need / collect / use data on arts, culture and heritage in the development of your programming, to apply for funding, to learn about your audience / supporters, or  to educate about the value / impacts of arts, … Continue reading

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GLOBAL HERITAGE FUND:Drought and Drone Reveal ‘Once-in-a-Lifetime’ Signs of Ancient Henge

UPDATES FROM GLOBAL HERITAGE FUND How Heritage Became Sexy (And What That Means for the Future of Conservation) The academic study of heritage is experiencing an unexpected renaissance. But what does that mean for the future of conservation? Using Today’s … Continue reading

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Parksville ArtWorks

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Indigenous authors across Canada donate their books to Ontario classrooms

Writers offer their work to Ontario educators after ministry of education cuts Rhiannon Johnson · CBC News · Posted: Jul 20, 2018 3:14 PM ET | Last Updated: July 21   Indigenous writers angry over the Ontario government’s decision to cut planned curriculum revisions aimed … Continue reading

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CALLING ALL VISUAL ARTISTS!

The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) will be presenting Celebrate! 20 Years in the Making. This is a juried visual art exhibition in celebration of the RCAC’s 20th Anniversary. 20 Years in the Making is both about what … Continue reading

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Culture Days is Returning to the Kootenays: Artists, Organizations & Community Groups in Nelson are hosting free, participatory activities and everyone is invited!

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NYTimes: She Gave Millions to Artists Without Credit. Until Now.

The artist Susan Unterberg, acting anonymously, has distributed more than $5.5 million over 22 years to 220 underrecognized female artists over age 40. Read More…

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10 or so questions to ask yourself before making art about a group you don’t belong to

Montreal musician Hanorah on the responsibility artists have when crossing into someone else’s narrative Hanorah · CBC Arts · July 4   Controversy swirled around the Montreal Jazz Fest this year with the production of SLĀV, a musical created by two … Continue reading

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Municipal Election Advocacy Alert – Help us develop ArtsVote BC!

In preparation for the upcoming municipal elections on October 20, we’re relaunching our ArtsVote BC advocacy campaign. We want to make sure we’re working for you — informing you as a voter, empowering you to advocate within your community, and … Continue reading

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HOT WITH A COOL VIBE in the Nelson and Kootenay Lake region

Sunshine, lollipops…and more Nelson International Mural Festival has started! Murals are going up daily, decorating backalleys and old buildings, giving Nelson that extra artistic vibrancy. Come see for yourself anytime, or experience the Festival August 17-18. Follow the artists on … Continue reading

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Professional Acting Studio Coming to Nelson

It’s an ongoing, permanent acting studio. The classes will typically be held evenings and/or weekends at the Bloom Nightclub in the Savoy Hotel. http://www.savoyhotel.ca/bloom-nightclub/ Classes are very affordable and are intended for beginners and those with some experience. Here is … Continue reading

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Idealware: Don’t Miss Our Summer Sale on Recorded Training!

School’s out for the summer, but there’s still plenty to learn. From now until August 3, we’ve made some of our most popular courses available as recordings for half off the regular cost. Looking for a good beach read? You … Continue reading

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