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  1. until
    These 3 amigas started doing some simple colour exercises from a book which snowballed into this fun show. Can you imagine living in a world without colour? Deborah Czernecly, Marcela Strasdas and Sharlene Stushnov-Lee could not!! They think colour brings life, joy, passion and emotion in our lives. Come and see how each of them sees and interprets every stop in the colour wheel when they share their process in this informal demo. Demo: Nov 10, 2 pm Westridge Collection Gallery - Coast Collective 103-318 Wale Rd.
  2. CineVic

    Shock Therapy

    Short Indie Creepy Campy Horror Films From Around The World!After an incredibly successful debut in 2018, we're back for another round of fun in 2019 😈 Our programming team has selected this year's best genre-mashing and mind-bending short films, with a focus on the smart, creative, moody, and psychological 😱 We are pleased to bring 16 films to Vancouver Island in two programs from all around the world!Saturday October 19th, 2019The Vic Theatre7pm & 9pmFull program and film descriptions at www.cinevic.ca/shock-therapy-returns-2019 GET TICKETS >> - - -SCREENING ONE - 7pmThrough a glass darkly ...First BIte (Vancouver, Canada)Dillon (London, UK)Cut Off (Sydney, Australia)Hot Anger (Winnipeg, Canada)Guest House (Dublin, Ireland)Litla Hraun / Little Rock (Snæfellsjökull, Iceland)Blossom (Paris, France)Non è vero / It is not true (Kyiv, Ukraine)Lay Them Straight (Toronto, Canada)- - -SCREENING TWO - 9pmHow do we know the things we know are real, and what is real anyway ...Noche de Suerte / A Stroke of Luck (Buenos Aires, Argentina)Chateau Sauvignon: terroir (Brooklyn, USA)Twig (Sydney, Australia)A Triste Figura / A Sad Figure (Salvador, Brazil)Souvenir (Valencia, Spain)Noctámbulos / Night Owls (Canary Islands, Spain)Giltrude's Dwelling (Victoria, Canada)- - - GET TICKETS >> - - -CineVic acknowledges and respects the long history of the Lekwungen speaking people, now known as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, on whose traditional and unceded territory we carry out our activities. CineVic gratefully acknowledges the financial assistance and support of Canada Council for the Arts, Province of British Columbia, British Columbia Arts Council, and the CRD Arts Commission.
  3. admin

    Art “Fall” ness

    The Island Artisans Association Announces Art “Fall” ness This Island Artisan's event is being held at the Oak Bay Beach Hotel in the beautiful David Foster Auditorium and Conservatory on October 25, 1-9 pm, and on the 26 and 27th from 10-4. The official opening reception is Friday, October 25th, 6:30 - 9 pm. The event will show case the best work made by island artisans from Vancouver Island and the surrounding Gulf Islands. Art “Fall”ness has three juried parts to it: a feature of 23 artisans at tables in the David Foster theatre where you can meet and purchase a selection of their works; A small Gift Shop showcasing artisans work in the Conservatory and an Exhibition in the Conservatory. The event offers a variety of opportun ities for members of the Island Artisans’ Association as well as other outstanding artisans in the Islands’ community. The Island Artisans Association (IAA) formed 17 years ago as a way of supporting and creating opportunity for local artisans. They have had a varying number of members over the years and as many as 70 at one time. IAA was the organizing group of the Christmas event “Gifts for Myself and Others” that ran at the DaVinci Centre in Esquimalt for 10 plus Years. With this new show, Island Artisans’ is moving into a new era, in a venue that makes international exposure possible. The jury has already selected 34 artisans for the tables and shop. There is a wide selection of mediums that will be represented: ceramics, polymer clay, fabrics, up-recycled materials, quilling, jewelry made from precious metals, as well as wearable art, wood and glass. If you want any further information please check out the website: http://islandartisans.ca . Organizers: Linda Rajotte at lrajotte@shaw.ca or call her at 250 727-1232 and Flo-Elle Watson at floelle.artist@gmail.com or call her at 250-592-0832.
  4. until
    hapax theatre presents In On It by Daniel MacIvorIn On It explores a spiraling narrative about a dying man trying to make plans for the end, a pair of lovers trying to make it work, and two men trying to make a play. A world where accidents happen. A story about control. A play that keeps its options open.Tickets: $15 - all seatsDirector: Heather Jarvie-LaidlawFeaturing: Vaughn Naylor and Jared GowenStage Manager: Leah AnthonyDesign: Chad Jarvie-Laidlaw
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