Category: A & E

Pearl Ellis Gallery Closed

In consultation with the Comox Museum Board President and the Town of Comox, it has been decided that the Pearl Ellis Gallery will close its doors effective Tuesday, March 17, 2020.

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New Tradition Brewing Presents Art for Your Bathroom

New Tradition Brewing will host an opening reception for the exhibition Art for Your Bathroom on Saturday March 14 at 5 p.m.

The exhibition features work by five Comox Valley artists: Travis Curtis, Leah Hodge, Bran Mackie, Gabrielle Moore, and Audrey Smith. Art for Your Bathroom will be up for viewing from March 9 to April 9.

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Film Fundraiser for McLoughlin Gardens

The McLoughlin Gardens Society is postponing their screening of “Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy,” which had been set for April 2nd at the Stan Hagen Theatre. Tickets purchased at local bookstores can be returned for a refund. Tickets purchased online will be refunded directly through Eventbrite. For updates about the McLoughlin Gardens, please visit mcloughlingardens.org

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Art, Like Fine Wine, Improves With Age

Artist & graphic designer, Marci Katz, shares insights and stories from her life long creative career. Thursday, March 12, 1pm at Comox Valley Arts Boardroom – upstairs at 580 Duncan Ave, in Downtown Courtenay.

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Learn to Sculpt Clay with a Live Model

Have you dreamed of unleashing your inner Michaelangelo? This one-day workshop at Lewis Centre could be the start! Saturday March 14, CV/Arts hosts professional sculptor, Joel A. Prevost. Come and learn the essentials of forming clay into a figure.

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“The Time of Things” opens March 14 at CVAG

The Comox Valley Art Gallery will host an artist/curatorial talk and reception Saturday, March 14, starting at 1pm, to mark the opening of “The Time of Things: The Continuum of Indigenous Customary Practices into Contemporary Art.”
The exhibition is guest-curated by visual artist, researcher and curator France Trépanier. It features the work of five contemporary Indigenous artists from Vancouver Island, Montreal, and Inuvialuit: Daphne Boyer, Maureen Bruben, Susan Pavel, Skeena Reece and Maika Echasis Swan.

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Local Photographers Set to Share Stories

“This year’s exhibit has been crafted to tell a story through the print, that’s the reason for printing an image… to tell a story to the viewer,” says CVPS Showcase coordinator Norm Prince. This year’s exhibit will showcase both the technical and creative skills of the photographers, and images range from landscapes/wildlife to cityscapes and multiple exposed abstracts, printed in both colour and black and white.

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