Three new art exhibitions are on display at the Bayside gallery.
The Federation of Canadian Artists’ Arrowsmith Chapter will hold its first major public show since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic at the McMillan Arts Centre (MAC) in Parksville this spring.
Canadian visual artist Laura Payne will speak about her work at an upcoming North Island College (NIC) virtual artist talk.
Three new exhibitions are on display at the McMillan Arts Centre (MAC) in Parksville until March 27.
The PERSPECTIVES collection features the work of six photographers’ and their perspectives on photography and how it impacts an image-saturated world.
The series will begin Feb. 3 with Preston Buffalo, a Cree, two spirited artist whose work explores the complexity of Indigenous identity through the use of mediums such as sculpture, printmaking, photography, soundscape and digital media.
Three new exhibitions by local artists are coming to the McMillan Arts Centre (MAC) this month. The work will be on display from Jan. 18 – Feb. 27.
A new exhibit is coming to the Bayside Gallery in Parksville from Jan. 4 – March 31, 2022, featuring the work of three local artists.
Parksville’s Knox United Church will soon be the stage for several debuts, including the launch of the National Stage Company of Canada’s inaugural season.
Maynard Johnny Jr.’s design was selected out of 36 submissions by a committee of Indigenous artist peers and BC Ferries representatives.

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