Learn the art and pleasure of painting 'en plein air.' Cost & program info tbc.
The exhibit features 30 new works by Fernie artist Michael Hepher which explore the scenic backroads of British Columbia as seen by the artist and his family during a 2-month summer road trip in 2017 throughout each of the distinct regions of BC in their 1971 Volkswagen van.
Repeats every week 1 times. Also includes Sat Jul 07 2018, Wed Aug 01 2018.
Friday, June 15, 2018
Saturday, July 7, 2018
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
1:30pm - 3:00pm
Live painting by Fernie artist, Michael Hepher. Exhibit artist Michael Hepher will be live painting at the Museum in the gallery. All welcome. Admission to the event included in standard museum admission.
Join Club Cre8’s Rachel Butterworth and Sadie Rosgen from Tunnel Theatre company for three days of singing, drama, poetry and movement workshops. Suitable for children aged 7-13, the three day workshop this Summer will take place in the Arts Station theatre and culminate in a fun, scratch performance on the Thursday late afternoon.
“Once upon a summer” is an exploration in childhood adventures and the love for outdoor play. It features paintings, all acrylic on canvas. The show is inspired by Mimi watching her children play in nature. These romps helped her evoke her own childhood memories about imaginary play, challenging your fears and the beauty in little discoveries around us. To Mimi, these paintings are stories of adventure and joy painted on canvas.
Ben Sures is a Singer Songwriter based in Edmonton, Canada. He connects with his audiences on many levels. Armed with an acoustic guitar, his songs reach you in a way that make you think, feel, understand the world in a whole new way and laugh at yourself while you are at it.
And don’t forget, the Wednesday Socials are about a lot more than just music. They have a drinks tent serving Fernie Brewing Co., Lonetree cider and wine + a kids corner with free crafts, food trucks and more! A great place to meet your friends, soak up some afternoon sun and listen to awesome live music.
Join the community for the grand unveiling of Fernie's latest piece of public art, a sculpture inspired by the legacy of the 1908 fire.
The Great Fire of 1908 was a dramatic, defining moment for Fernie that saw the community obliterated by fire in less than 90 minutes on August 1st, 1908. The fire claimed no lives, but the property loss was valued at over $5 million dollars, a staggering amount at the time. READ MORE ABOUT THE GREAT FIRE OF 1908
In partnership with the Fernie Pride Society and Valley Social, the Fernie Museum will host a night of creativity and carousing as members of Fernie’s LGBTQ community gather to express their queer identity through art. The works created will be shown as part of the Above Ground: Kootenay Queers pop-up exhibit hosted by the Fernie Museum from September 27 to October 14 and later be available to take home.