Kelly & Gibson are doing a 30 minute set for Creative BC’s Showcase BC program.
The newly expanded 24th annual Eastside Culture Crawl takes place across two consecutive weekends: November 12–15 and November 19-22, 2020. This year’s innovative Culture Crawl offers attendees a fully customizable experience, designed to suit the needs and comfort levels of all participants during these extraordinary days. Art patrons will have the opportunity to engage with artists through interactive virtual programming, a new digital appointment scheduler for controlled, in-person viewing opportunities at open studios, virtual studio tours, coupled with livestream and live chat functions. Complete details of this year’s intimate and enriching Eastside Culture Crawl events, artists, talks, and viewing opportunities at culturecrawl.ca
LIVE ONLINE CONCERT ANNOUNCEMENT: “A TRIBUTE TO CANADIAN WOMEN IN SONG” (PRE-RECORDED)
FRIDAY NOVEMBER 6, 7:00 – appx 8:00pm PST
Join Karen Fowlie and her friends Terri Breeze (bass), Mal Temple (drums), Owen Thomas (electric guitar) and Mike Hurst (keyboard) for their pre-recorded live concert from the comfort of their living rooms to yours. You will hear songs from Sarah McLachlan, Joni Mitchell, Shania Twain, Sylvia Tyson, Loreena McKennitt as well as “Moment in Time”, one of Fowlie’s Originals. Feel free to chat with the band live during the show. Hope you can make it!
Tickets through SideDoorAccess $10
The Bill Reid Gallery of Northwest Coast Art presents the exhibition Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities, curated by Jordana Luggi – which celebrates the deeply personal and profound work of four emerging artists – and their unique identities and stories as queer Indigenous people, on display October 21, 2020 – January 24, 2021. The featured works from artists Levi Nelson (Lil’wat First Nation), Jaz Whitford (Secwepemc), Morgan Whitehead (Plains Cree) and Raven John (Coast Salish/Sto:lo) explore the roles they see themselves playing in their communities today, influenced by their own rich experiences that reflect the diversity of Indigiqueer love and life. Delving into themes of Indigiqueer existence, resistance and resilience, Resurgence: Indigiqueer Identities showcases various mediums from large-scale portrait and abstract paintings, traditionally-inspired jewelry, clothing and accessories with a twist, and colourful and creative sculptural art. Supported by the BC Arts Council, and presented as part of the Chief James Hart Emerging Artist Program.
Admission details and information at: billreidgallery.ca
Red Truck Beer is honoured to have four rotating regulars take over our Instagram page weekly. Red Truck Live Music nights has now moved online and you can tune at 8pm weekly, to catch your Red Truck favourites.
Friday, May 1st – Dino DiNicolo @ 8pm
Friday, May 8th – Matt Hoyles @ 8pm
Saturday, May 23rd – Patrick Gavigan @ 8pm