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What’s better than having a new arts centre? Having new arts groups form to make use of it, of course.
For anyone who loves words, or the arts in general for that matter, this is a very important week.
The event features 11 storytellers from up and down the valley who have five minutes to tell their story.
The goal for the Arts Abandonment Project was to create and distribute 150 pieces of art.
Inspiration has a way of catching up to you in the most unlikely of spots.
The Summerland Singers and Players are on the hunt for a couple of performers for their upcoming spring show.
Sometimes, when you really don’t want to do something, the best thing to do is just sit down and do it.
Every once in a while a great “Act Now!” opportunity rolls around and, if you’re in position to be in a position where you can act now.
The cold weather makes everything that much more challenging and, eventually, you end up with a bad case of cabin fever.
I hope everyone had a Merry Christmas out there and that you were able to spend the time with friends or family, as your preferences lie.
We’re getting closer to the long, dark stretch of winter and, if you’re like me, having something creative to do can be a real life saver.
In 2009, Danielle Krysa did something a lot of people do when they’re not feeling inspired to create, she started a blog.
Inspiration is one of those things that can happen when you’re least expecting it.
There is nothing quite like being able to really personalize something you plan of giving to someone during the holidays.
Some people will spend the better part of a year writing 50,000 word
Cathi Shaw's second book of the year is coming out in early November.
Fall brings out the artist in people who might not normally consider themselves artists.
People who are looking for things to do will have quite a few options in the coming weeks.
The report talks about five strategic directions that have been established to help shape and guide the future of the arts.
This past weekend, the Summerland Community Arts Council held an open house.