The KFS is proud to be supporting this new community-based arts studio and meeting space. Launched in late summer of 2021, under the direction of the Tilted Brick Gallery's Marnie Temple, Artspace has quickly attracted artists and performers from across the community, offering workshops, hosting speaking events and further developing this centrally-located venue for use in multiple disciplines -- including music, darkroom photography and film recording.
For more information on using the space and/or supporting this important venue through volunteer and other means, please email email@example.com
In development for a couple of years now, the appointment this summer of regional Film Commissioner John Wittmayer means kootenayfilm.com can now accelerate in becoming a centre of gravity in the region for aggregating a wide range of moving picture industry information – including contact info for practitioners/professionals, equipment/resources and other information pertaining to film, television and web-based production and support.
If you have film/television industry experience and wish to list yourself and your services on the kootenayfilm.com-sponsored database, go to https://airtable.com/shrmYMRxnFjAQ8d7S and fill out the form.
The Kootenay Film Society welcomes the new board of the Creston Valley Arts Council and wishes them all the success in building for the next 50 years of this Creston-based institution.
The Creston Concert Society is a registered charitable organization providing high quality, professional musical performing arts to the Creston Valley in southeastern B.C., Canada since 1950.
Each season runs from September to April with six performances per season, usually held at the 325 seat auditorium in Prince Charles Secondary School. Additional performances may be scheduled at any time during the year on an ad hoc basis.
The performances are funded through various levels of government, donations from individuals and local corporations and ticket sales.
The ART of collaboration
The Creative Combine is a smaller group of artists in Creston who've been working on various components of the work of local writer and musician Gary Deatherage. To culminate in the fall of 2022 as an interarts interpretation of Gary's Sunpipes for the Dreamers novel, the exhibition will comprise some combination of dance, theatrical, animation, painting and film components.
Watch for further updates throughout 2022.