Arts and Culture
Creativity is soon to abound in Robson, with the first-ever Rock ‘N Art Show Aug. 19 – 21.
Organizer Joshau Leeworthy said he hopes any and all artists looking to increase their profile come on out and participate.
The Heritage city’s arts scene comes alive this weekend with the Columbia Basin Culture Tour.
Explore artists' studios, museums, art galleries and heritage sites during this free, self-guided event (August 13-14 from 10 am - 5 pm).
Travel to studios and archives that aren't normally open, see demonstrations, new exhibitions and collections or...
The Root Sellers w/ DJ Dubconscious
@ Spiritbar, Thursday at 10 pm
- Tickets: $5 at the door
The Spiritbar presents the unofficial Living Room/Beach Stage after party, featuring custom visuals by Onelight Media.
The Root Sellers...
Seasonings: A Year of Local Flavour in Words and Recipes (published by the Kootenay Country Store Cooperative and the Nelson Library last fall), is short-listed in the English-...
Dance Workshop by Mutya Macatumpag
@ Moving Center, 533 Baker St.
- Wednesday, Aug. 17 at 2 pm
Mutya Macatumpag, the Artist-in-Residence at Oxygen Art Centre for August, will be offering a dance workshop at the Moving Center for children ages 8-14....
This week at The Royal on Baker.
Soulfull Recovery Feat. Russ Liquid, Bogl, Honey Larochelle & Erica Dee
Tuesday, August 9 - Showtime 10 pm
- Tickets $10 available at www.liveattheroyal.com and at the door
Erica Dee and Honey...
- Check out the ins and outs of the music festival at: http://www.shambhalamusicfestival.com/
If you missed the five-day window in which to purchase tickets to Shambhala Music Festival when it opened in late spring (before it sold out), this story won’t do you any good.
And if you do have tickets to one of the biggest festivals in Western Canada, this story probably won’t do you any good either — you are already there.
One of Nelson’s heritage jewels is on display at this year’s Columbia Basin Cultural Tour.
A Cathedral Whispers is a presentation on the magnificent memorial stained glass windows at St. Saviour’s Anglican Church.
The church, located at the corner of Silica and Ward Streets, will be open Saturday, Aug. 13 from...
The Tall Man may be the latest film to be shot in the West Kootenay, but a recent infusion of cash for Kootenay Columbia Film ensures it won’t be the last.
The Province handed the Nelson-based film commission $30,000 Wednesday to continue to attract and provide services to film and video producers from around the world.