Monthly Archives: April 2019

Alliance News / Make Content Your Audience Can Find with #DigitalLadders

Featured In This Issue Make Content Your Audience Can Find with #DigitalLadders This May, Plan for the Future of Your Organization Hot Off the Blog: Music BC Announces New Executive Director What’s On: April 24-30 Make Content Your Audience Can Find … Continue reading

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Auditions, Classes and Events at the Capitol

CALL FOR AUDITIONS Capitol Theatre Summer Youth Program Youth age 13 to 21 are invited to audition for the Capitol Theatre’s 31st annual Summer Youth Production of James and the Giant Peach, directed by Adriana Bogaard, with musical director Malaika Horswill … Continue reading

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Oxygen Art Centre hosts Resident Artist Matthew Talbot-Kelly

Oxygen Art Centre hosts Resident Artist Matthew Talbot-Kelly for a site-specific sculptural installation project: “…concerning the inept and yes, foolhardy barricading of wayward denizens…” Project Dates: April 15 – May 19, 2019 Open Studio Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 1-5pm Closing Celebration: Friday … Continue reading

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White Buffalo returns for a night of true tales, singer-songwriters and delicious desserts!

Trail & District Arts Council presents The Best Songs & Stories of White Buffalo Friday, April 26 at 7:30 pm Muriel Griffiths Room at The Bailey Theatre Don’t miss this super fun night of true stories, original songs and tasty desserts at … Continue reading

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Music BC Announces New Executive Director Lindsay MacPherson

Dear BC Music members and BC music industry colleagues, After announcing the departure of Alex Grigg as Executive Director last week, on behalf of the Music BC Board of Directors, I am proud to share that Lindsay MacPherson has been … Continue reading

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Download Idealware’s Latest Article: The “R” in CRM

CRM is not about technology, it’s about people. Constituent Relationship Management, or CRM, is a kind of software—a database, more precisely—to manage information. But CRM is more than that. At its best, it’s a cultural change that can ensure your … Continue reading

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KOOTENAY AUTHORS PROVIDE WARMUP FOR CONVERGENCE WRITERS’ WEEKEND

Photos: Dead Crow (Art Joyce); Galadriel Watson Four Kootenay authors will offer warmup events during April and May for June’s 6th annual Convergence Writers’ Weekend, this year featuring Toronto novelist and memoirist Joy Kogawa. On April 26 at 7 pm, … Continue reading

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NYTimes: Bauhaus at 100

By Jade-Snow Joachim, Alex Marshall, Josephine Sedgwick and Eden Weingart April 18, 2019 In April 1919, the architect Walter Gropius founded one of the most influential art and design schools ever: the Bauhaus. Students learned to focus on simplicity and … Continue reading

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Revelstoke Art Gallery Employment Opportunity

The Revelstoke Visual Arts Society is currently accepting applications for the Gallery Attendant/Administrative Assistant position.  For more details and full job description please visit the link below. WORK BC LINK  

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Spring Registration Now Open for Startup Canada Digital Programs

It’s time to take your business to the next level! Connect with experts and entrepreneurs from across Canada online to gain the latest insights, tools, technologies, and expert advice. Build your growth program for free with Startup Canada and grow … Continue reading

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Upcoming Grand Forks Art Gallery dates

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Music BC E-News 04/11/2019: Alex Grigg, Music BC’s Executive Director Bids Farewell

Dear BC Music members and BC music industry colleagues, I am writing this, with mixed emotions, to let you know that I am leaving my role as Executive Director of Music BC as of April 22nd, 2019 in order to … Continue reading

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Heritage BC: Why should we care about building resilience?

Building Resilience and Environmental Impact If the warnings of climate change had not already been heard, the UN recently issued a “report by the world’s leading climate scientists [as] an ear-splitting wake-up call to the world.” The heritage community has … Continue reading

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BCTC Newsletter April 2019

THAT’S A WRAP! BCTC’s 43rd annual showcase and booking conference for performing arts touring and presenting has wrapped! Thank you to everyone who helped to support the conference. Special thanks to our funding partners, the Province of BC, the BC … Continue reading

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TDAC Weekly Arts Update

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Nelson Summer Arts Series 2019

Greetings from Selkirk College in Nelson, BC, one of North America’s finest art towns…where this summer you can make art education part of your destination! Nelson Summer Arts Series offers courses in June, July and August 2019 at the downtown Kootenay Studio … Continue reading

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Author Vanessa Farnsworth returns to the Nelson Library

Vanessa Farnsworth’s new collection of short stories will resonate with anyone who has ever found themselves teetering on the edge. Farnsworth reads from The Things She’ll be Leaving Behind on Thursday, May 16, 7pm at the Nelson Public Library. Described … Continue reading

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“Find the Plot” Writing Workshop in Kaslo

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Kalein Centre announces Dead Poets Gala, donation to Osprey Community Foundation

Spring commences with the announcement of Kalein’s first black-tie fundraising gala, to be held at the Hume Hotel on May 2, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.  The event will explore death, grief, and living fully through the lens … Continue reading

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Culture Days Newsletter / April 15, 2019

Catch up on the Culture365 Blog Being An Artist Means Health Risks—And Better Care Is Needed What are the health risks of working as a professional artist? When we think about the work artists do, that question isn’t top of … Continue reading

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