“Double dog dare you” from one Penny to two friends triggered three local painters to commit to a year of exploration and development of their various painting styles, skills and methods used to represent the human figure in preparation for a group exhibition. The show runs from October 8-26 at the Pearl Ellis Gallery in Comox.
Join the Comox Valley Rotary Club on Thursday, September 26 for an evening of contemporary jazz at the Native Sons Hall with a fun 1920’s theme. Vancouver-born Cara Matthew has a unique talent for transforming pop singles into jazz numbers.
The Comox Valley Art Gallery has a new thematic program and related events to share with the community.
uncover includes artist residencies for creative research and development of new work, an exhibition, and community engagement activities.
The exhibition’s Art Opening day is planned for Saturday, September 28. CVAG welcomes everyone to this public/all ages day of events, that includes two artist facilitated community make projects 11am – 1pm, artist performances 11am – 1pm and 3pm – 5pm, and shared artist talk at 1pm with a reception following
Comox Valley Project Watershed Society, in collaboration with Bayside Cafe, is hosting a Keeping It Living art show this October and November to raise funds for the restoration and protection of the K’ómoks Estuary and Kus-kus-sum.
On Sunday, September 22, settle in to hear Scottish Super Fiddler, Alasdair Fraser, and rockin’ cellist, Natalie Haas, in concert at the Big Yellow Merville Hall in Merville.
The Pearl Ellis Gallery presents “Philocaly, the Love of Beauty”, by mother/daughter team, Christina Nilsson and Amanda Ritchie from September 17 to October 5.
World Community is hosting a series of four special events on the theme ‘Addressing the Climate Crisis: Activism, Adaptation & Resilience’. The series of films, panel discussions, and presentations will highlight some of the positive actions taking place in our community.
The Vancouver Island Silk Painters celebrate their 20th Anniversary with a “West Coast Symphony” from August 27 to September 14 at the Pearl Ellis Gallery in Comox. This group of eclectic artists has taken the ancient fine art form of silk painting to its optimum level.
Six weeks ago, David Hickey embarked on the 2019 Cosmic Sound Canada Wide Tour with his family. At the end of August, he will begin performing Crystal Journey shows in venues all around Vancouver Island, including the Comox Valley. The intent of the music is to create expansive and relaxing music, to awaken consciousness and to provide a Cosmic Musical Journey into the Unknown.