From Spalding to Abdou: A history of books from and about Fernie, their authors and inspiration.
The stories that have been written in and about Fernie record our history, our lifestyle and our hopes and dreams. The collection of published works includes a wide range of genres from children's books to researched historical texts, novels, memoirs, poetry, anthologies and guides.
Along with supporting materials from the Museum and community, Stories from Fernie celebrates Fernie's literary heritage.
If you are solo artist looking to exhibit in The Arts Station Gallery, the call for entry is open Dec 3rd until February 1st 2021. Read the Gallery 2021 info here before applying. They would also recommend attending professional development for artists sessions in January ahead of completing your application.
Brock and Erika Hornquist are siblings from Fernie who are inspired by their natural environment. Together they combine their interests of woodworking, design and the new technologies of laser cutting to explore different techniques and mediums at multiple scales.
There’s a moose on the loose at the Nordic Centre! Head on over to try to find the large-scale moose installation created by Wild Wolves Design.
Celebrating the creativity diversity and independence of the Canadian Film Industry with feature films, shorts and more.
The Reel Canadian Film Festival features an eclectic and engaging mix of the year’s best features including Indigenous productions, French-language features, comedy, drama and documentary features plus shorts from across the country. Now in it’s 13th year, Reel looks forward to celebrating with you, although this year will look a little different.