Arts and Culture
Saturday, Nov 27, 9 a.m. at Michael Smith's farm (directions below)
By Chris Morasky, Pathways School
Our ancestors made many tools from bones, and more projectile points were probably made from bone than stone.
Bone is a beautiful material to work with and lends itself well to functional and...
Canadian mining and human rights in Guatemala will be the topic of a talk by human rights lawyer Grahame Russell this Sunday, Nov. 21 (7 p.m.) at Self Design High.
Russell is the co-director of Rights Action, a Canadian NGO long engaged in community development, environment and human rights work throughout Central America.
“Another world is possible and necessary,” said Grahame...
Awareness and silence are urged in support of the Sinixt Nation.
Friends of the beleaguered First Nation and now the Perry Ridge Wilderness Preserve Initiative are invited to an awareness raising benefit concert and silent auction on Sunday, Nov. 28 at The Royal on Baker (1 p.m. to midnight).
The Sinixt are currently preparing for a Supreme...
Selkirk College Contemporary Music and Technology Instructor Cheryl Hodgehas been nominated for the 2010 Hollywood Music and Media Awards (HMMA) for Best Jazz Song-Indigo.
She will be heading to Hollywood, California, to participate in the Awards that takes place on Thursday, November 18, 2010, at the world famous Kodak Theater Complex.
This is Hodge’s first major award...
Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child
The Capitol Theatre
Wednesday, Nov. 17, 7:30 p.m.
Centered on a rare interview that director and friend Tamra Davis shot with Basquiat over 20 years ago, this definitive documentary chronicles the meteoric rise and fall of the young artist.
In the crime-ridden New York City of the 1970s, he covers the...
Rachel Yoder and Natasha Smith exhibition
Opening: Nov. 19, 7-9 p.m.
Touchstones has divided their large Gallery A space between two local artists: Natasha Smith and Rachel Yoder.
The artists are friends and are at similar points...
By Timothy Schafer, The Nelson Daily
The flooding of a section of the Kootenay River in the 1970s was considered an “unforgettable” moment.
It was during the construction of the Libby Dam in Montana that Nelson born Stanley G. Triggs — who later became the curator of the McCord Museum of Photography at McGill University,...
Nelson Daily staff
"The Armed Man must be feared;
Everywhere it has been decreed
That everyman should arm himself
With an Iron coat of mail"
— Anon, c1450-1463
The Armed Man
The Capitol Theatre, Nov. 11-13
By Jeff Yasinchuk, BC Teacher-Librarians’ Assoc.
Over 65,000 students and nearly 19,000 teachers, parents, and school volunteers participated in the Drop Everything and Read event on Oct. 25, including hundreds of readers in Nelson.
Selkirk College is counting on the support of the community, foundations and organizations as it launches its campaign to raise $150,000 for the upgrade of Studio 80— the practice, recital and concert space for faculty, guest artists and students of the Contemporary Music and Technology program.