Henry Small to emcee opening reception at Old Courthouse Cultural Centre
Local musician and personality Henry Small will emcee. Many know Henry as a performer, radio DJ and producer of Music in the Park; as the Kamloops Arts Council celebrates its 50th anniversary in 2018, Henry will speak about his involvement with the KAC over the years.
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Feb. 22 Lantern Parade leads to BC Winter Games Opening Ceremonies
The Kamloops Arts Council’s Lumière Lantern Festival offers kids, youth, adults and seniors a chance to express creativity and join in a celebration of community spirit.
This year’s Lumiere Lantern Festival Parade leaves Thursday, Feb. 22 at 5:15pm from Unit 210 at Lansdowne Village on Lansdowne Street (between Spitfire Computers and London Drugs).
Led by energetic musicians / drummers Dance Afreaka and hoopdancer Daryl Black, the procession will head east down to 1st Continue reading Get glowing at this Thursday’s Lumière Festival Parade
The Kamloops Arts Council’s 3rd annual Art in the Dark fundraiser returns Saturday, Nov. 18, this year at Art Knapp.
The 19+ event will feature a DJ and dance floor as well as activities such as black light bodypainting by Kelly Wright, live painting by Amie Stoltz, clay with Amanda Eccleston, and much more.
Shuttle service between the event location and downtown, and the event and Cascades Casino, will be available.
“This is a great evening out — a little different than traditional Continue reading Bodypaint, Dancing & More at Art in the Dark Fundraiser
Nov. 1-18 in the KAC Main and Hallway Galleries at the Old Courthouse
Opening Reception: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 6-8pm ~ all welcome
A collection of works created by the Kamloops Arts Council’s Crossing Bridges art instructors, past and present.
is an interactive multidisciplinary collaboration among the arts community and social service agencies. The program delivers high-quality arts workshops at no cost to children, youth, families, adults and seniors in the Kamloops area who may be facing challenges or in crisis.