RCAC July Newsletter



The website issue preventing online membership renewals has been resolved! Members, please try renewing your membership again.

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We are running a social media campaign highlighting works created during COVID.

If you are an artist and are willing for RCAC to share your creations please send any videos or images to rosslandarts@gmail.com with your instagram handle and links to your facebook or website.

The RCAC is looking for volunteers to support programming and operations. Whether you want to help us look to the future by becoming a Board Member, bringing programs to life by volunteering on a committee, or help with social media and website development we are interested in hearing from you!

Please reach out if there is a way you would like to engage with us!

Dear Joe Hill Coffee House performers and friends:

This is a note to let you know that Joe Hill Coffee House will be back as soon as it is wise to come out of hiding.  (We’ll coordinate that with the Rossland Legion.)  Watch for further announcements in the Fall.  Also learn new stuff, and practice lots!

As potential inspiration, here’s a neat little song by David Olney which (I think) I have just learned:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ko8vZyIODQc

Only two things in life; music and that other stuff.  Have fun!

– Les

We have been setting up our past visual art exhibitions for viewing online. Click here to check them out!

Coming Soon: The Art of Craft Exhibition!

The RCAC Visual Arts Committee is working on bringing The Art of Craft Exhibition to Rossland this September!

Artists, artisans, and craft persons please note that application forms and full criteria will be online later this month.

Craft has been defined as the decorative arts that relate to functional objects that are used in daily life. These objects require a variety of historical skills and techniques to produce and are often underrepresented in the broader arts community. This exhibition offers an exclusive forum for the local craft persons/artisans working with wood, pottery, glass, textiles, metal, mixed media and jewelry to display their skills, explore their personal aesthetics and to share with the broader community their most expressive work.

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