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ArtsAlive installations start popping up in Oak Bay

ArtsAlive 2018 officially launches with artwork and pianos in place by June

TD Victoria International Jazzfest releases 2018 concert schedule

From blues to bluegrass to jazz in all its forms, JazzFest has something for everyone

Nanaimo’s inaugural poet laureate Naomi Beth Wakan retiring from public work

Wakan will host a final haiku workshop at the Nanaimo Museum this weekend

Story of Sam Cooke
A Christmas Carol at the Belfry Theatre
Onegin fills the Belfry Theatre
The Handmaid's Tale more believable in Trump era: Atwood

Join the Stampede to hear iconic rockers

Original three Stampders playing Nanaimo, Duncan, Courtenay and Campbell River

CCPA: Working for their year-end show

Canadian College of Performing Arts presents Working, April 26 to 28

  • Apr 7th, 2018

Author recounts ‘Cross Canada Adventures: Two Journeys a Lifetime Apart’

Qualicum Beach writer Ralph Martin reads from new book at Nanaimo North Library

Canada’s North seen through Bowser painter’s work in new book

Ken Kirkby’s North shows the results of his love for Canada’s colder places

Nanaimo comedian Peter Hudson hosting comedy fundraiser at the Queens

Hudson recently performed at Just for Laughs NorthWest in Vancouver

Inspiration for artists comes in various forms: Art Gallery director

Responding to social issues such as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report critical

Coast Salish artist Luke Marston delivers new carving to Portugal

Public art installation for Lisbon inspired by Shore to Shore

City honours ‘Nanaimo’s poet’ Audrey Alexandra Brown for ‘lifetime achievement’

Brown, an officer of the Order of Canada, enjoyed literary success in the 1930s and ’40s

VIDEO: Three smaller festivals add even more lustre to Laketown Ranch lineup for 2018

With acts like Current Swell, Jon and Roy, Neon Steve, and Towers and Trees, there’s lots to like

VIDEO: Eric Church leads a star-studded lineup at Sunfest Country Music Festival

There’s lot to like in a jam-packed lineup at Sunfest this August.

Canada’s seventh poet laureate George Elliott Clarke coming to Nanaimo Museum

Event will include poets laureate from Nanaimo, Victoria and Comox Valley

Toronto sculptor Ayala Reznik is Gabriola Island’s April artist in residence

Reznik will be working on her series of figurines at the Haven from April 3 to 30

Chemainus singer, Island choir touring China

Beijing and Shanghai among the stops for tenor Ken Lavigne and his band

Lucy Haché reveals the inspiration behind her second book ‘Stars’

“Stars was written as part of a process of healing for me as a Kwakwaka’wakw woman”

Rescheduled 54-40 set to wow at Tidemark

Tickets for canceled show Feb. 24 will be honured at April 7 concert