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Paula WildRecord Arts At age seven, Vivian Douglas hung some velvet curtains…
Trees symbolize strength, growth and change. Their branches provide greenery, shade and…
It’s said the Comox Valley has the highest population of artists per capita and a surprising number of them live in Fanny Bay.
“For people who know ballet, the performance will speak volumes; others will simply enjoy it as a funny piece,” notes Destrooper.
There’s turmoil and tenderness, anger and affection.
“Build it and they will come” is a term that’s often heard
“Light changes your energy and space,” says illuminated glass artist Loris Dawn Nygaard.
Sometimes it takes an entire elementary school to heal a broken spirit.
Now in its 23rd year, the volunteer-run festival is billed as British Columbia’s premier documentary film festival.
Thorsten Böehnke hitchhiked his way along the Atlantic, eventually buying his own sailboat and inviting Laura Winter to be his deckhand
She decided to take elements of what she'd discovered in various museum archives, twist them around and explore the world of fiction...
“There’s something special about sharing your voice that’s very different than playing an instrument,” says Wendy Nixon Stothert.
Once again the musical stars of the Comox Valley are shining brightly
Out of 52 nominations for the prestigious Vancouver Island Music Awards, Valley musicians scooped 11...
I usually don’t get anxious at the hairdresser’s but last week was different.
Two decades, ago Linda Tillery heard a choir singing spirituals on a television program and thought, “Wow, I really like that!”
It's not often people are welcomed into an artisan's studio to view works in progress while they make their purchases...
Helen Austin's latest kids' CD, Colour It, allows new owners to do just that — colour the CD cover. It even comes with four crayons
Shannon Bool never guessed she'd live in Berlin and exhibit her work in prestigious galleries in Europe and Canada...