Arts

Hailey Conner will star in Peninsula Productions’ Sorry, Wrong Number later this month in White Rock. (Guy Fauchon photo)

Classic radio play set for White Rock stage

Peninsula Productions’ Sorry, Wrong Number to be limited run, limited seating event

 

Delta Stageworks Theatre Society is hosting the three-week My Mother’s Story for Diverse Voices writing workshop Aug. 8, 15 and 22, both online and in person. The program is led by Vancouver actor and author, and member of Delta Stageworks’ artistic team, Marilyn Norry. (Submitted photo)

Delta Stageworks hosting diversity-focused writing workshop

My Mother’s Story for Diverse Voices Workshop running Aug. 8, 15 and 22, both in person and via Zoom

 

Luke Eddie Stripp, seen with with some of his paintings at his just-opened art gallery in Langley City in (Dan Ferguson/Langley Advance Times)

From goaltender to successful artist; how B.C.’s Luke Eddie Stripp did it

An on-ice injury turned out to be life-changing

 

Logan Warkentin, a longtime former Delta Sungod Swim Club athlete, is a fixture on the deck these days as a coach of the club’s Dragons Learn to Compete group. (Sungod Swim Club/Facebook photo)

Over $945K in grants coming to Delta arts, culture, sports groups

Funding is being provided through the B.C. government’s Community Gaming Grants program

Logan Warkentin, a longtime former Delta Sungod Swim Club athlete, is a fixture on the deck these days as a coach of the club’s Dragons Learn to Compete group. (Sungod Swim Club/Facebook photo)
Jennifer Tiles’ banners are on the lamp post beside Laura’s Coffee Corner, among other locations, while the works of Tracy Hetherington and Niki Singleton can be found in West and East Beach. (City of White Rock photo)

Banner year for three White Rock artists

City project provides opportunity for expression

Jennifer Tiles’ banners are on the lamp post beside Laura’s Coffee Corner, among other locations, while the works of Tracy Hetherington and Niki Singleton can be found in West and East Beach. (City of White Rock photo)
A hand-painted green silk scarf by Surrey Artswest member Lynn Verra-Lay. (Contributed photo)

White Rock exhibit designed to ignite passion for the arts

Surrey Artswest Showcase to include semi-private lessons

A hand-painted green silk scarf by Surrey Artswest member Lynn Verra-Lay. (Contributed photo)
This year’s Monsoon Festival will still feature workshops but from the comfort of participants’ homes as the festival turns digital for 2020. (South Asian Arts Society)

Monsoon Festival of Performing Arts turns digital for fifth anniversary

The festival celebrates South Asian artists and performers

This year’s Monsoon Festival will still feature workshops but from the comfort of participants’ homes as the festival turns digital for 2020. (South Asian Arts Society)
A girl holds an art kit delivered by Arts Umbrella. (submitted photo)

Art kits delivered to at-risk kids in Surrey during pandemic

Arts Umbrella program switches gears in partnership with Opus Art Supplies

A girl holds an art kit delivered by Arts Umbrella. (submitted photo)
Ballet Victoria’s Paul Destrooper Brings Dance to the People

Ballet Victoria’s Paul Destrooper Brings Dance to the People

Former dancer is now the artistic and executive director

  • Sep 11, 2018
Ballet Victoria’s Paul Destrooper Brings Dance to the People
This is the tutu Kevin Kreisz made for the Project Tutu competition, being modelled by dancer Ashton Gordon. (Photo submitted)

MINTY: Surrey dancer has future in costume design all mapped out

Accomplished male dancer Kevin Kreisz is the man to call if you need a tutu

  • Jul 24, 2018
This is the tutu Kevin Kreisz made for the Project Tutu competition, being modelled by dancer Ashton Gordon. (Photo submitted)