ARTS EVENTS

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July 17

Cruising with History

Campbell River Museum

9:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.

Join us and Discovery Marine Safaris on a voyage to Sonora Island with a lunch stop at Dent Island Lodge.  Our knowledgeable local guide will point out places of interest as you cruise the scenic waterways in a comfortable, heated boat.  Prepare yourself for great photo opportunities and glimpses of marine wildlife.  Cost is $145 per person, lunch is included.  Call 250-287-3103 to register.

 

Ongoing until

Sept. 16

Mesa’ by Catherine Tableau

Campbell River Art Gallery’s Discovery Gallery

Monday – Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Artist Catherine Tableau, originally from France, creates mixed-media paintings on wooden boards to evoke the earth’s raw and mineral beauty.  See www.crartgallery.ca for more information.

Ongoing until

July 26

Art in the Lobby

Tidemark Theatre Art Gallery

Tuesday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.

The Campbell River Arts Council is pleased to present works by Youth 4 Diversity (Y4D)  also featured is the Museum Logging Show which features great photographs as well as original logging equipment.  The Tidemark Art Gallery is in the lobby of the Tidemark Theatre. Everyone welcome

 

Saturday, July 23

Wearable Art Fashion Show and Silent

Auction

Campbell River Art Gallery Main Gallery

7 p.m.

Excitement is building as preparations continue for the Second Annual Wearable Art Fashion Show, sponsored by Walcan Seafood. Be amazed at art created for the human body. This year’s show promises to be bigger and even better than last year’s inaugural event.

Your $30 ticket also includes wonderful hors d’oeuvres and a no-host bar.

Tickets are available at the Campbell River Art Gallery Gift Shop. Call

250-287-2261 for more information.

 

August 6

Arts Appreciation Day

Spirit Square

11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

This is a call for all local artists to submit their work for show and Sale  $20.00 registration fee gets you a 6ft X 10ft wall display.  Register at Impressions Gallery or at Tide Line Books and Art.

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