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Bluegrass at its very best

Bluegrass at its very best

Pete and Joan Wernick live at the Anglican Hall next week.
Sculpture and serenity

Sculpture and serenity

In the 40 years since its foundation was laid, the Vallican Whole Community Centre has been many things, including a school and dance hall. Now you can add outdoor art gallery.
Beyond scratching the surface

Beyond scratching the surface

What is the shape of sound? Local artists Anita Levesque and Bradley Smith will attempt to express the essence of communication itself through drawing, writing, and sculpture in their installation titled Re-surface, opening at Touchstones Nelson on September 26.
Travel in time at Balfour

Travel in time at Balfour

Concert at Kootenay Lakeview Lodge features ‘world’s best Beatles show’ and a natural setting organizers hope will be the next great outdoor venue
Enter the world of Michael Binns

Enter the world of Michael Binns

The otherworldy artwork of George Michael Binns is now on display at the Nelson Public Library. These rich, landscape-inspired abstract and figurative works add texture and colour to the library’s walls, from the vertical, lilac-hued acrylic Into the Mystique to the acrylic and rice paper vista in Extreme Exposure, every mountain climber’s ultimate dream.

Challenge put out to artists

ANKORS is challenging local artists to put their creative stamina to the test with their 72 hour art slam.
Growth of an artist

Growth of an artist

Honing one’s craft can require a lot of work and dedication, and for Nelson-born artist, Kristy Gordon, it’s meant a lot of traveling.
John Mayall gives a legendary performance

John Mayall gives a legendary performance

It was the kind of concert that many blues fans dream about, blues legend John Mayall in a small bar, and for Nelson blues fans, that dream came true Thursday night at the Royal.
Kaslo’s perfect little festival doesn’t disappoint

Kaslo’s perfect little festival doesn’t disappoint

Deep in the heart of the mountains on the western shore of Kootenay Lake midway between Nelson and Nakusp is the small and charming town of Kaslo. Well-kept Victorian storefronts fill the narrow main street, and the sky and mountains are interrupted only by a few sailboats.
Get involved and make more than just change

Get involved and make more than just change

Do you have a good idea to address climate change that just needs a little money? Or maybe a favourite related non-profit organization that you’d like to promote? Then check out the Ideas for Change contest, being held within the Change exhibit from September 3 to November 20 at Touchstones Nelson.