Arts Matter Online: Watercolour Demo by Ariane Kamps

From our friends in arts and culture. Visit Don’t Stop Here, find more events in British Columbia in the arts and culture industries.

Watch Ariane Kamps paint a Frontline Worker portrait with watercolours!

Ariane` Kamps is a painter and illustrator who works in traditional and digital mediums to create figurative works. Her work reflects a deep interest in memory and the value of the individuals story. Her work ranges from portraiture to surreal dreamlike landscapes that she creates out of her home studio in Penticton, British Columbia. When she isn’t painting she can be found teaching her 5 bright children, hiking the hills around Okanagan lake and trying to spot the elusive Ogopogo.

Ariane offers this free painting demo as part of the Penticton Arts Council’s Arts Matter Online program.

For more information or to apply for the Arts Matter Online program please visit:

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Mark your calendars for a special online match of culturecapital, the performing arts economy trading card game.

Wednesday, May 20th, 2020
6pm PT / 7pm MT / 9pm ET
FREE Event

+ Playing a super rad card game about the Canadian performing arts ecosystem
+ With $500 of arts money on-the-line, online
+ and the best dang performing arts discourse since EVER

We’ll be using the Vancouver (BC), Edmonton/Calgary (AB), and prototype Montreal (QC) decks. This event will be hosted by the games creators, Milton Lim and Patrick Blenkarn.

Special thanks to our residency partners for their assistance in the creation of our regional versions. Boca del Lupo + Azimuth Theatre + Fonderie Darling + SummerWorks Performance Festival

All info about the project (including tutorials):

Presented as part of École nationale de théâtre – National Theatre School of Canada’s #ArtApart

Greenstock Live 2020 | Facebook Live

A interactive online music & arts festival dedicated to engaging people to get creative and showcase their talents. Open platform for the day with feature acts at the top of each hour.

Event can be found on Facebook, watch parties will be created throughout the day to help showcase all the talent.

A virtual tip jar will be collected & divided equally to all feature performances to help during the Covid-19 crisis.

Combining live-stream’s with live performers bringing you the closest thing to a festival from the comfort of your home.

Museums and Chill Museum of Vancouver | Online

Although our physical location remains closed to the public, MOV (along with countless other museums and galleries across the lower mainland and worldwide) is committed to providing engaging content, valuable resources, and updated news digitally!

This page contains resources and content to keep you, your family, and your friends all engaged and entertained during a time of social distancing and isolation.