The community of Fernie is fortunate to have a plethora of organizations backed by an army of dedicated volunteers, ensuring this community continues to be at the forefront when it comes to arts, culture, history and recreation, and also offering support to ensure nobody is left behind. This coming weekend, two well-known organizations are hosting unique evenings to raise events for their cause, in a fun and entertaining way.
The Fernie and District Arts Council has been awarded a Public Art Grant by the Columbia Basin Trust to add to the public art inventory of Fernie. The project will be to select and install a permanent mural in Fernie.
Join Sue Hanlon for a social evening of painting. Sue will guide you through a painting step by step for 2 hours. Beginners are most welcome! She will be supplying all of the materials and instruction. We’re putting the fun back into painting as we concentrate on the process on the way to a finished product!
Repeats every week 1 times. Also includes Sat Sep 21 2019, Sat Oct 05 2019, Sat Oct 19 2019.
Saturday, September 7, 2019
Saturday, September 21, 2019
Saturday, October 5, 2019
Saturday, October 19, 2019
1:00pm - 3:00pm
6 week course — every second Saturday, 1-3 p.m.
Choose either FALL SEMESTER or WINTER SEMESTER:
FALL: Sept 7, 21; Oct 5, 19; Nov 2, 16
WINTER: Jan 11, 25; Feb 8, 22; March 14, 28
Maximum 8 participants per semester
This collection has evolved from a previous show of abstracts that were predominantly black on white. This time, colour dominates the abstract theme and is the inspiration for this exhibition.
Creativity plus experimentation work to inspire each piece. Many are peppered with a good bit of luck! Knowing when to toss or continue, to add more or not is key. Layering simple design to dramatic effect, with an eye for colour and balance all work together to create each compelling image.
Century 21 Mountain Lifestyles welcomes two new realtors and ET Hair Salon welcomes two new stylists, East Kootenay Hypnobirthing is now available to help preparing for your journey of parenthood and much more.
Each No School Friday, we will be offering funky arts based projects, with chilled out vibes! A new project each week, each with valuable creative learning outcomes.
The workshops are suitable for kids aged K-G6.Full and Half day options available: 9am-12pm and/or 1pm-4pm (lunchbreak supervised, bring a packed lunch - please note, we ask for a nut free environment)
Half day $28, full day $56 per child (sibling discount available)
All activities take place at the Arts Station. All arts supplies are provided.
Lindsay Dew holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design Unviersity, majoring in Fine Arts. Lindsay also attended Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris, France. Her artwork has been exhibited nationally and internationally.