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Upcoming Shows

Tue. September 26th 8:00pm doors at 6:00pm
Hermann's Jazz Club (All Ages)
The Victoria Jazz Orchestra, Ryan Oliver $10 workshop, $20 consert, $25 both
Sat. October 14th 8:00 PM
The ACT Maple Ridge BC (All Ages)
ACT Presents Series The Brothers Landreth Adult and Seniors: $40 Youth: $15

Past Shows

Mon. January 9th 2017
Francis Sullivan (Photographer)
Thu. July 16th 2015
Title: Big Ones & Little Ones , Shelby Assenheimer
Fri. February 13th 2015
Tai Chi Dinosaurs Reg Fleet
Thu. March 21st 2013
Slide Room Gallery (All Ages)
CURATOR'S TALK: JENIFER PAPARARO
British Columbia Arts Council

British Columbia Arts Council

#2nd Floor,-800 Johnson Street Victoria BC
V8W 1N3


Administrative/Mailing Address
PO Box 9819, Stn Prov Govt
Victoria, B.C. V8W 9W3

Contact Details


BCArtsCouncil@gov.bc.ca
250 356-1718
Hours:

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The British Columbia Arts Council supports arts and cultural activity in communities across British Columbia. From professional dance companies, to art galleries, local museums and music festivals – the Council works to enrich the lives of British Columbians in virtually every community in the province. The Council supports a range of activities that includes funding for professional artists and arts organizations, community initiatives, training and scholarships.

Mandate BC Arts Council (BCAC) was established by the Province in 1995, under the Arts Council Act, to:

- Provide support for arts and culture in British Columbia
- Provide persons and organizations with the opportunity to participate in the arts and culture in British Columbia
- Provide an open, accountable and neutrally administered process for managing funds for British Columbia arts and culture.

In 2014, the Council released its Strategic Plan for 2014-2018. The Strategic Plan guides the Council’s development of policy and program priorities as it strives to support the creative and innovative capacity of the arts and cultural community and represent the interests of the creative sector.
Mission Engage all British Columbians in a healthy arts and cultural community that is recognized for excellence.

Core Values

- Artistic excellence: Foster the development and support the achievements of individual artists and arts and cultural organizations, including those with diverse voices across diverse practices, throughout British Columbia
- Recognition: Acknowledge and promote the work of British Columbia’s artists.
- Access: Provide the opportunity for all British Columbians to actively engage and participate in the arts
- Aboriginal Engagement: Embrace Aboriginal culture and heritage and celebrate its ongoing connection to the lives of all British Columbians
- Consultation: Work collaboratively and creatively with artist and cultural communities throughout the province to develop new initiatives and improve existing programs
- Governance: Use fair and transparent processes that adhere to principles of accountability, independence, merit and equity

Goals


  1. Foster artistic excellence in all art forms and practices.

  2. Strengthen engagement in the arts.

  3. Support the richness of aboriginal artists and communities in British Columbia.

  4. Enhance support for arts and culture in British Columbia.


For more information on Council’s mission, core values and goals, please see the 2014-2018 Strategic Plan.



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