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    Leonard Butt's sculptures and Anina Kunstler's paintings are showing at Cedar Hill Gallery from July 10-July 28. The show, entitled "Dialogue" is inspired by curiosity, questions and answers, archetypes, iconography and everyday ephemera. Opening reception is on Friday July 12 from 6:00 to 8:30.
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    Art Show and Sale By MARG WENGER June 28, 2019 – August 28, 2019 Viewing hours: Mon. – Fri. 9:00am – 4:00pm For a preview of the event, visit www.gowardhouse.com/artshow Media Contact: Elaine Leonard, Administrator Goward House Society gowardhouse@shaw.ca
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    Friday, June 14 from 7-10pm Open Space celebrates the opening of Neither One Nor the Other / Ni l'un ni l'autre, an exhibition presented in partnership with the National Film Board (NFB). Neither One Nor the Other is a collaborative multimedia installation by Anishnabek artist Dominic Lafontaine and Michif artist Jessie Short. The installation seeks to find the paranormal in the everyday and render the invisible visible. Consisting of video cameras and projectors arranged to create a feedback loop that is projected against a silver Mylar screen, the work augments and amplifies the unseen energies that move around us. Mesmerizing and ethereal, the light of the feedback loop reflecting on the walls creates an immersive and otherworldly visual space that draws onlookers into its folds. The artists will also be present for an artist talk Saturday, June 15 from 2-4pm. The exhibition runs June 15-July 13, Tues-Sat, 12-5pm.
  6. Open Space

    Anthony Coleman

    Over his 40-year career, avant-garde pianist Anthony Coleman has worked as a composer, improvising keyboardist, and educator, recording 13 albums under his own name, and playing on over a hundred more. He brings to Victoria a workshop and performance at the Church of Truth (111 Superior Street) Saturday, June 8th. Admission is free / by donation. Improvisation workshop: 4-6pm Performance: 7:30pm
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    June 7-23 The series of sculptures and works on paper and canvas invite the viewer to explore boats as a metaphor for transformation. Kathi Thompson uses kayak and umiak forms to depict adaptation, with vessels that carry us on our journey. Fashioned in thin layers of terracotta, each one reveals the bones of our experiences and the flotsam we gather along the way. The accompanying works on paper and canvas create a landscape of hope: a glimpse into our inner struggles through times of change. http://www.kathithompsonfineart.com/ Opening Reception 7.June, 7-9pm Otherwise Sats & Suns 11am-4pm. Artist talk 16.June, 3-4pm.
  8. The author would have you believe they are mining manufacturing heavy metals as opposed to manufacturing with metals that are heavy. Think about it.
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    Draw by Drawing returns! These are weekly drawing drop-in sessions facilitated by VISA Director, Instructor and Artist, Wendy Welch. A unique fun and imaginative project will be presented each week. $15/session. All materials supplied. Lots of parking! Sessions start next week, Thursday, May 23. This is a great way to put some art in your life without committing to a full course.
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    Friday, May 31 composer Giorgio Magnanensi will present RISONANZE, a workshop exploring the possibilities of using different materials as audio resonators. It will feature Giorgio’s West Coast Radians, which are cedar speakers made out of reclaimed wood and used in the current gallery exhibition, Field Guides for Listeners. The workshop will be followed by a sound performance by Giorgio and Victoria-based composer, multi-media artist, and facilitator Tina Pearson. Sound workshop: Friday, May 31, 5-7pm Performance: Friday, May 31, 7:30-8:30pm Open Space is not wheelchair accessible and is accessed by a flight of 23 stairs with two landings. There are two gender inclusive washrooms, one multi-stall and one single stall with a urinal. If you have any other questions or concerns about accessibility, please contact office [at] openspace.ca or 250-383-8833.
  11. The money laundering inquiry should look at the relationships between black market cannabis and logging contractors, how did some of those guys buy their fancy equipment? When a bank wouldn't touch loans in gluted markets.
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    In store at Munro's Books. Doors will open at 6:30. Tickets: $20, includes a copy of Indigenous Relations You may recall last year's runaway bestseller, 21 Things You May Not Know About the Indian Act, which helped us all understand the legacy of that not-so-long-ago document. Knowledge is the first step. Next comes action. Author Bob Joseph, founder of Indigenous Corporate Training Inc, will be teaching a mini-class based on his new book, Indigenous Relations: Insights, Tips & Suggestions to Make Reconciliation a Reality. With an eight-part process designed for both individuals and corporations, Indigenous Relations will equip you with the necessary skills to respectfully avoid missteps in your work and daily life—benefiting workplace culture as well as the bottom line. If you have ever been curious about the state of reconciliation in Canada and what we can all do to make it a reality, you won't want to miss this event.
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    One of Victoria’s finest short story writers returns this spring with another breathtaking collection. In Meteorites, Julie Paul explores the myriad ways we pick up the pieces after our lives have been shattered, whether through death or injury or subtler (but no less powerful) impacts. Twins in love with the same girl, grieving sons fleeing to faraway lands, duty-bound Sunday organists and criminals shedding dark pasts—no matter how quotidian or extraordinary their circumstances, Paul’s characters remain deeply human and infinitely compelling.
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    Vancouver Island. It’s easy to romanticize our lush, idyllic home—but there’s more to life here than hiking, whale watching, and wine. In Island Home, local chronicler Anny Scoones gives voice to the quirkier side of Island life, from overenthusiastic foodies, to chainsaw carving festivals and the giant gnome just north of Nanoose Bay. No matter what prompts her latest “little think,” Scoones proves an essential literary tour guide for anyone intrigued by our eclectic corner of Canada. Round up your neighbours and enjoy this local launch!
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  16. Victoria Event Explores life of Early Bute Inlet Pioneers Victoria’s Bolen Books is pleased to present an event with Judith Williams, who will be giving a talk and slide show based on her new book, Raincoast Chronicles 24: Cougar Companions, Bute Inlet Country and the Legendary Schnarrs ($26.95, Harbour Publishing), which explores the history of Bute Inlet and traces the remarkable story of the Schnarr family. Williams’s presentation, which will be followed by a book signing, takes place on Tuesday, May 28 at 7pm. Raincoast Chronicles 24 is an impeccably researched and richly illustrated history of Bute Inlet’s pioneering residents, including August Schnarr and his family. Schnarr, a trapper and a logger in the region from 1910 until the 1960s, was also an amateur photographer who faithfully took a Kodak camera on his many expeditions and used it to capture experiences on the family homestead. To create this fascinating history of these pivotal pioneers, Williams went on research trips to Bute Inlet and the Homathko Valley, conducted interviews and delved into oral history and old diaries. She also used Schnarr’s impressive collection of photos showing life on the remote BC coast—including those of floathouses, log booms, steam donkeys, residents with giant fish catches, boats and pictures documenting August’s daughters with their pet cougars. Judith Williams is an assistant professor emeritus at the University of British Columbia and is also the author of Clam Gardens (New Star Books, 2006) and Dynamite Stories (New Star Books, 2003). She lives on Cortes Island, BC. Bolen Books is located at Hillside Centre (1644 Hillside Avenue). Admission is free and books will be for sale at the event. For more information, please phone 250-595-4232 or visit www.bolen.bc.ca. www.harbourpublishing.com
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    Dahr Jamail, author of the recently released book "The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning In the Path of Climate Disruption" will be doing 4 stops on his lower Vancouver Island tour: Salt Spring Island (June 3), Sooke (June 4), UVic (June 5) and Duncan (June 6). Check those separate listings for time and place. The tour is being organized by Transition Sooke and is supported by UVic Social Justice Studies, Council of Canadians (Victoria), KAIROS (Victoria), One Cowichan and the B.C. Sierra Club. The climate crisis forces us to ask: to what do we devote ourselves? Info: https://sierraclub.bc.ca/event-the-end-of-ice/
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    Wednesday 15th at 7:00pm at Edward Milne Community School Theater . Doors open at 6:30pm, Tickets by donation. Set in the forests of Eastern Siberia at the turn of the century, it is a portrait of the friendship that grows between an aging hunter and a Russian surveyor. A romantic hymn to nature and the human spirit. Speaking of the film in greater detail, Kurosawa said, "The relationship between human beings and nature is getting worse and worse...I wanted to have people all over the world know about this Soviet Asian character who lived in harmony with nature... I think people should be more humble toward nature because we are a part of it and we must become harmonized with it. If nature is destroyed, human beings will be destroyed too. So, we can learn a lot from Dersu," (quoted in Donald Richie's The Films of Akira Kurosawa). Or, as the title character himself says in the film, "Man is very small before the face of nature." 94% Audience score in Rotten Tomatoes Dersu Uzala was the second Kurosawa film to earn an Academy Award. His 1950 film Rashomon won Best Foreign Language Film, and the director was awarded an honorary career-achievement Oscar in 1990. This story of friendship will fill your heart.
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    The Victoria Arion Male Choir with special guest violinist Tamsyn Klazek-Shryer celebrates in song Canada's diverse heritage, geography, and lifestyles. Featuring music composed by Ian Tyson ,Bruce Cockburn, Stan Rogers, Jan Garrett, Jimmy Rankin, Larry Nickel, Allister McGillvray and Harris loewen .It is an eclectic mix of joy and sorrow, upbeat and slow, frivolity and introspection.
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    Experience ten hot days and nights of the coolest music in town at this year's 36th Annual TD Victoria International JazzFest, starting June 21, 2019! Buy tickets today to discover world class artists and immerse yourself in the jazz, blues and more that contribute to Victoria's exceptional arts scene! Previously announced headliners appearing in the Marquee Series at the Royal Theatre and McPherson Playhouse are Raul Midón and Lionel Loueke & Laila Biali, The Suffers, Patricia Barber Trio, Joey Alexander Trio, Jesse Cook, Gregory Porter, and Jacob Collier. For more information on tickets and other acts, please visit our website at jazzvictoria.ca
  23. Why, because it indicates that he puts his concern for animals and the environment into actual, meaningful action? Are you an Inuit? If not, what's your excuse? No doubt you don't have one.
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    For the Love of Africa's Annual Water Garden Tour Tickets are $25 each. You can discuss your water garden designs with our designers. All proceeds of the tour will support our projects in Tanzania, East Africa. See www.watergardentour.ca for information on tickets, or call (250) 891-0762 for details. See also www.fortheloveofafrica.ca (for past projects). A ticket holder will see master gardeners, musicians and artists at many of the homes, as well as one location serving delicious desserts.
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    605 and 615 Speed Ave

    605 & 615 Speed Avenue The City is considering a Development Permit with Variances Application for a multi-unit residential development consisting of an approximately 14-storey and six-storey residential building. For more information, click here.
  26. 1900 Richmond Road The City is considering a rezoning application to replace the existing building at Richmond and Fort with a five storey assisted living building with ground-floor commercial use. For more information, click here.
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