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It will only take a couple minutes of your time! As a first festival, we’d love to be able to improve with your thoughts on what worked and didn’t while we consider the ability to do it again! Many thanks!
And as a plus, all those who take the survey will be entered in to win $100 art bucks from the Gabriola Arts Council! This can be theatre tickets, art from artists on the 2017 Gabriola Studio Tour, Isle of the Arts Festival workshop registration, and more!
Mitch Miyagawa has been hired as the new Program Director for the Gabriola Arts Council.
Mitch has been producing large-scale community and arts events for 20 years. Among his accomplishments in the arts sector, Mitch founded and produced a Fringe-style theatre festival in Whitehorse; produced a series of arts-based multiculturalism events; and is a nationally-recognized writer, playwright, and filmmaker. He has run his own film production company, and worked as a producer, sound technician, and volunteer in the performing arts. He was Program Director Read more…
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The Gabriola Arts Council is pursuing a Regional District tax contribution of $50,000 annually.
The Gabriola Arts Council is one of only a few community arts councils in British Columbia that does not receive regional district and/or municipal operating funds. Around B.C. and across the country, local governments recognize the value that locally-based arts programming brings to a community. In the absence of municipal funding, we are pursuing regional district funding. This will bring GAC in line with other arts councils in B.C., and will ensure that we can continue the successful operation of our lively organization that so enhances community life on Gabriola. Read more…
Indigenous Resurgence & Radical Imagination
Embodying Indigenous Resurgence
In order to realize true freedom from colonization, as both Indigenous and Settler peoples, we must reject the idea of “reconciliation,” move beyond acts of resistance, and Read more…