Month: March 2019

Constant Change: Explorations in Art and Technology

The Comox Valley Art Gallery has instigated a gathering of community collaborators to look at and re-imagine possibilities for how humans, machines and data interface. The projects offer unique starting points for inquiry into the shifting terrain of shared language, intuitive and resonant gestures and communications – internally and in the world around us.

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Roxanne’s Story

When I was living in Victoria I had acquaintances who regularly drove to Fanny Bay to dine at the Fanny Bay Inn or ‘FBI’ – that’s what the locals call their pub. Little did I know that soon I would be hanging out in this cozy place, too, because Life had moved me to Fanny Bay.

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From Cambell River to Comox Valley and Beyond

An avid hiker, Catherine has linked her passion for exploring the outdoors with her innate talent for tourism promotion and marketing. Meet Catherine Temple, the woman behind the hiking trail map series, which has now added the Comox Valley in its new Go Hiking Vancouver Island rebranding for May 2019.

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World Community Presents Andrew Nikiforuk

Many politicians and environmentalists champion technology as the solution to all of our problems. What if technologies are accelerating our problems? What would the solutions be? These are the questions that award-winning journalist and author, Andrew Nikiforuk, will be addressing in his engaging presentation on Tuesday, April 9th at 7 pm at the Stan Hagen Theatre, North Island College, Courtenay.

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Ignite: Youth Fired Up Creating Films

A variety of short films made by local youth through the Comox Valley Art Gallery’s Youth Media Project will be showing on April 12th, 2019 at the Rotary Hall in the Florence Filberg Centre. It is a wonderful opportunity for the debuting filmmakers to ignite discussion about the things they care about.

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