Over the past two decades, his artworks have toured the world in solo shows, and been collected by major international museums and galleries.
This exuberant artist brings a life-like presence to luminaries he finds interesting. “I wonder who these people are,” he asks, “how they lived their lives and chose to express themselves.”
Bobby Faulds would probably have loved his comeback gig at CFB Esquimalt this Saturday. Although he’ll only be there in spirit — the Edinburgh-born entertainer died Oct.
Joshua Watts at the Victoria Arts Council Sept 9 - Oct 30.
Homeland is an historic journey that reveals the artists’ pre-war lifestyle in Syria, the beginning of unrest, and finally, the trauma of dislocation. These artworks reflect on personal and cultural identity through the lens of memory and migrations.
Life's Work: A Visual Memoir
by B.A. Lampman
at the Victoria Arts Council Gallery
June 3 - July 17, 2022. Opening June 3, 7:00-9:00
On April 1, 2022, Pope Francis apologized to First Nations, Inuit and Métis gathered at the Vatican in Rome.
Jerry Bryant, a blues musician who had a knack for opening doors into the world of music for generations of local students, has died at age 98. The singer and jazz pianist, who was born in Kansas City on April Fool’s Day in 1923, died Aug. 19.
Denise Tierney at the Chapel Gallery May 6-15.