Saturday, August 7, 2021 to Sunday, August 8, 2021
Welcome to the 13th Annual Columbia Basin Culture Tour! This self-directe4d tour is free of charge, creating a unique opportunity to meet people behind the scenes at galleries and museums, visit studios and venues not normally open, shop for original art or fine craft, and experience special events planned only for this weekend. This year's tour has fascinating heritage sites and skilled local artists, including returning favourites and exciting new locations.
Each week you will be focusing on a different medium, with demos and facilitation led by experts in each respective medium. While learning and creating enjoy a glass of wine to spice up the night! This is the perfect chance to learn something new or develop your skills with other like-minded people. Art in the Eve takes place In The Arts Station Theatre.
The cost is $20 and includes basic materials and a glass of wine! Additional materials/tools are encouraged to bring if you have them. A second glass of wine can be purchased during the workshop!
Art in the Eve is back and better than ever. Each week will be focusing on a different medium each week, with demos and facilitation led by experts in each respective medium! This is the perfect chance to learn something new or develop your skills with other like minded people. Art on the Deck takes place on the deck of The Arts Station.
Cost is $15 and includes basic materials. Additional materials/tools are encouraged to bring if you have them.
Pre registration and masks are required. Registration will open once covid restrictions allow.
This Camp is an introduction to Street Art. You will learn the history of graffiti, Public Art and discuss the legality and ethical ways of this art form. The group will design and paint a dumpster as a team through the 4-day camp.
Ages 12 and up
Cost: $120 for 4 day
July 21st-24th, 10am-1pm each day
This week Art on the Deck at The Arts Station will feature Pottery with Dejana Lukac.
Spend the afternoon handbuilding pottery on the Deck. Handbuilding is an ancient pottery-making technique that involves creating forms without a pottery wheel, using the hands, fingers, and simple tools.