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Exhibit: Models & Miniatures

the Courtenay and District Museum 207 4th St, Courtenay, BC, COURTENAY, BC, Canada

Explore this exhibit as if you were a giant, and enjoy the new perspective that miniatures give us to see the world. This Courtenay and District Museum curated exhibit showcases items of various scales and sizes almost entirely from the museum’s collection. These artifacts represent well over 100 years of artists with a deep understanding […]

By Donation

Island Clay Works – Guest Artist

Potters Place Gallery 180B 5th Street, Courtenay, British Columbia, Canada

The Potters Place Gallery is pleased to feature the ceramic art of Anita and Neil Lawrence of Gold River for the month of May. Drop by to see their beautiful display of sgraffito trays, bowls, mugs, vases and much more. Neil’s work is finished in wildlife and fish designs and Anita’s is more eclectic with […]

Community Improv

Little Red Curch 2182 Comox Ave, Comox, British Columbia, Canada

Community Improv is for all humans who want to play, have fun, make stuff up and take a little seriousness off for a few hours. Drop-in by donation (sugg. $10.00 - $20.00)

$10.00 – $20.00

The Octet Salon

Artful the Gallery 526 Cumberland Rd, Courtenay, BC

Eight Comox Valley artists doing what they love best! Kate Bridger, Janice Hayward, Teresa Kachanoski, Jude Goffman, Elaine Smith, Laurie Martz, Sonja Turnbull and Nina Menz bring their creativity, inspiration, and productivity to expression through felt, fabric, photography, paint, and mixed media. Artist Reception: May 11, 7-9 pm.

Free

NIC Fine Art Courses Fall 2024 /Winter 2025

North Island College Comox Valley Campus Shadbolt + Raven Studios 2300 Ryan Rd, Courtenay, BC

The NIC Fine Art schedule lists courses that are open to the public.  Registered Fine Art students have priority for seats in the classes but non program students are welcome to enroll.  The Fine Art courses are for all levels of creatives from beginners to experienced.  Join our creative community. Continuing Student Registration begins May […]

Online Zoom Lecture: Mark Merlino: A Presentation on Artificial Intelligence

Event type: Online (Zoom) Time and Date: 7:00 pm, Tuesday, May 21st, 2024 Cost: Free Admission or by donation to the Courtenay and District Museum  (https://www.courtenaymuseum.ca/your-support/charitable-donations/) Join our guest speaker, Educator/Librarian Mark Merlino, for an enlightening Zoom presentation about how Artificial Intelligence (AI) facilitates machine learning and its present and future role in our lives. […]

Free/By Donation

NIC Fine Art Courses Fall 2024 /Winter 2025

North Island College Comox Valley Campus Shadbolt + Raven Studios 2300 Ryan Rd, Courtenay, BC

Register for NIC Fine Art Courses Fall 2024 /Winter 2025 Our classes are open to beginners and experienced people interested in art. There is no portfolio requirement. Join our team of creatives!

Strathcona Symphony Orchestra presents Tchaikovsky – From Dark to Light

Florence Filberg Centre 411 Anderton Avenue, Courtenay, BC

The Strathcona Symphony Orchestra’s (SSO) From Dark to Light! program features two of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s iconic works, Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, and one of the most difficult violin pieces in history, Violin Concerto in D Major, with Canadian-born soloist, Gregory Lewis. The performances will be at the Filberg Centre in Courtenay (Friday, […]

$15 – $25

Miniature Craft Workshop: Custom Fridge Magnets

the Courtenay and District Museum 207 4th St, Courtenay, BC, COURTENAY, BC, Canada

The Courtenay and District Museum will be hosting a miniature sculpting/painting workshop on Saturday, May 25th from 11:00 am until 1:00 pm to celebrate the completion of the new exhibit, Models & Miniatures.  Anyone 10 and up is welcome to drop in the museum's Rotary Gallery and sculpt, bake, then paint their very own custom […]

Free/By Donation

Strathcona Symphony Orchestra presents Tchaikovsky – From Dark to Light

Tidemark Theatre 1220 Shoppers Row, Campbell River, British Columbia, Canada

The Strathcona Symphony Orchestra’s (SSO) From Dark to Light! program features two of Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s iconic works, Symphony No. 5 in E Minor, and one of the most difficult violin pieces in history, Violin Concerto in D Major, with Canadian-born soloist, Gregory Lewis. The performances will be at the Filberg Centre in Courtenay (Friday, […]