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Michael Gurney

Michael Gurney

Michael Gurney covers lower Sunshine Coast arts and culture for the Coast Reporter.

Recent Work by Michael

Gibsons author's stories explore age and belonging

Gibsons author's stories explore age and belonging

See You Later Maybe Never from Gibsons author Lenore Rowntree presents readers with a series of linked tales that roam the landscape of its protagonist’s lifetime
Film captures performance where art is medicine

Film captures performance where art is medicine

A spellbinding live performance at the shíshálh Nation Longhouse crowned a week of filmmaking for a forthcoming documentary about communities healing through the power of stories.
Annual Young Artists Exhibition and Banner Project on at arts centre

Annual Young Artists Exhibition and Banner Project on at arts centre

The public is also invited to help shortlist the images that will adorn Sechelt lamp standards in 2023. The Young Artists Exhibition and The Banner Project remain on display until Dec.16 at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre.
Art Beat: Voices and instruments ring across the Coast, it's concert season

Art Beat: Voices and instruments ring across the Coast, it's concert season

Here are some of the upcoming choir performances
The Elves Club Telethon is Saturday

The Elves Club Telethon is Saturday

The Elves Club Telethon starts at 2 p.m. on Eastlink Channel 610
Pop-up art to enliven downtown square during Sechelt's Festival of Lights

Pop-up art to enliven downtown square during Sechelt's Festival of Lights

Amplify Space public art project is coming to Sechelt
Local dancers sell cookies and rake in dough

Local dancers sell cookies and rake in dough

The annual Tim Hortons Smile Cookie campaign in cooperation with the Sunshine Coast Youth Dance Association this month broke all previous sales records in support of community dance.
Threads of power run through woven art at Gibsons Public Art Gallery exhibit

Threads of power run through woven art at Gibsons Public Art Gallery exhibit

Intersecting themes of freedom and authority are spliced into intricate paper tapestries in a new exhibition by Istanbul-born artist Damla Tamer in her first solo show on the Sunshine Coast.
Sunshine Coast Art Crawl continues rebound, draws world-wide interest

Sunshine Coast Art Crawl continues rebound, draws world-wide interest

The numbers are in for the Sunshine Coast’s 2022 Art Crawl, and organizers are calling this year’s colourful cultural pilgrimage an unqualified success. Combined with 2021 proceeds, a total of $1,030,000 was earned by artists over two years through their participation in the event. 
Art Beat: A place for faith in climate crisis

Art Beat: A place for faith in climate crisis

The Green Forum series sponsored by St. Hilda’s Anglican Church will feature presenter Seth Klein, author of A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency, on Nov. 25 at 7 p.m.
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