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New art in the streets of Sechelt

New art in the streets of Sechelt

Three new artworks have arrived on the streets of Sechelt in the form of colourful vinyl wraps.
Red-carpet gala planned for Coast film screening

Red-carpet gala planned for Coast film screening

The Sunshine Coast’s Driftwood Players and the cast and crew of their film, A Visit to Spoon River, are so immensely proud of the production that they have decided to put on their own “red-carpet” evening as a chance to see the film
Art Beat: It’s Art Crawl weekend

Art Beat: It’s Art Crawl weekend

The 2021 Sunshine Coast Art Crawl kicks off Friday, Oct. 22 at 10 a.m., with 164 venues open to visitors until 5 p.m. all three days, through Sunday. And at 10 of those venues (as of press time), Friday evening from 7 to 9 p.m.
A stitch in time for Stormy the teddy bear

A stitch in time for Stormy the teddy bear

The doctor is in. Teddy bear repair specialist Doctor Cavalcade, that is.
An elegant collection of travel stories

An elegant collection of travel stories

If, as we await the pandemic’s end, you are making plans for a trip to the exotic lands of Asia, you will welcome the timely arrival in bookstores of Under the Bright Sky (Caitlin Press) by award-winning Sunshine Coast author, journalist and ed
2021 Art Crawl welcomes newcomers and regulars

2021 Art Crawl welcomes newcomers and regulars

The 2021 Sunshine Coast Art Crawl is going to have plenty on offer next weekend, with many popular venues coming back for this, the Crawl’s 12th year, and dozens of new artists joining in.
Art Beat: Al Capone once set up a ‘hit’ that wasn’t deadly

Art Beat: Al Capone once set up a ‘hit’ that wasn’t deadly

Murderous 1920s Chicago gangster Al Capone was no angel. Or was he? In the theatre business, an “angel” is someone who provides crucial financial support of a new production.
SILLY WALKS

SILLY WALKS

Hoping to encourage a bit of spontaneous performance art, the Sechelt Arts Festival (Oct. 8-24) has posted “Silly Walks” signs at crosswalks outside the Sechelt library.
‘Voices’ recounts real-life tale of loss and redemption

‘Voices’ recounts real-life tale of loss and redemption

Fate can be as cruel to the rich and talented in this world as it is to the destitute.
BLACK AND WHITE

BLACK AND WHITE

Meticulously created graphite drawings by Charles Keillor and painstakingly captured photographs by Robert Keziere are in a two-artist show on now at Gibsons Public Art Gallery. Keillor’s 18 works, like Behind the Point (30 by 53 in.