• One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest

    Kelowna’s award-winning Fred Skeleton Theatre Company presents a ribald, unrestrained take on the classic story about a mental hospital and its motley group of inhabitants. Ken Kesey’s 1960 novel, One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, left an indelible mark on literature, theatre and film — and its themes of individuality, free will, and rebellion against […]

  • Metalocalypstick Fest – July 1st and 2nd

    Formed in 2016 and based in Valemount, BC near Jasper National Park with the beautiful backdrop of the Canadian Rockies, METALOCALYSPTICK was created to present a unique experience within the Western Canadian metal community, a gathering of similar views, aspirations and musical taste. (similar to former mainstream music festival Lilith Fair.) The festival was founded […]

  • See The Big Picture at the Kelowna Art Gallery

    What is it about big things that fascinate us so much? For example, Duncan, BC boasts the world’s largest hockey stick and puck, Wawa, ON has bragging rights for its gigantic Canada Goose, and Sydney, NS has its Big Fiddle – drawing thousands each year who flock to see these massive monuments. Does this fascination […]

  • World Renowned Free Jazz Duo Comes to Kelowna

    Legendary European free jazz saxophonist Peter Brötzmann and acclaimed pedal steel guitarist Heather Leigh bring their world renowned duo project for an electrifying concert performance in Kelowna on May 30th at Kelowna Forum. This concert is the nineteenth installment of the Skin And Bones Music Series and marks the series’ second year anniversary. Now into […]

  • Exhibition of art by local students celebrates thirty-first year

    Visitors to the Kelowna Art Gallery will get a glimpse at just how much artistic talent resides in youth in the Okanagan through a new exhibition on view. Art in Action: LOVE celebrates the creativity of over 150 middle- and high-school students from the Central Okanagan region and features a diverse selection of works of […]

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You may be under video surveillance

Monitor February 11 to April 9, 2017 Do you ever feel as though you’re being watched? This question may bring to mind “Big Brother” from George Orwell’s classic novel 1984, or perhaps some of the dystopian films or fiction novels of more recent years, and now, a new group video-installation project produced by UBC Okanagan […]

Immersive installations on view at Kelowna Art Gallery

Fabrications Installation works by Gisele Amantea, Yael Brotman, Libby Hague, and Laura Vickerson February 4 to April 16, 2017   A new exhibition at the Kelowna Art Gallery entitled Fabrications features work by four women artists who are from different regions of Canada, but all of whom work in installation. A common thread among them […]

Double Vision at the Kelowna Art Gallery

Double Vision: Connor Charlesworth and Malcolm McCormick February 18 to March 26, 2017 No, not the legendary 1978 song by Foreigner, nor the outcome of a bone-jarring hit in football, this reference to Double Vision is to two local artists, Connor Charlesworth and Malcolm McCormick, who are both in a new exhibition at the Kelowna […]

Meditative Movement Workshop

Meditative Movement Workshop “Compass with Chantell Foss” helps people find their way Compass with Chantell Foss is a 5 Rhythms workshops that will be offered in Kelowna on March 17, 18 and 19th, 2017. 5Rhythms® is a transformative movement practice that includes – and transcends – dance. Free, improvised movement becomes meditation, and medicine for […]

A TWIST IN THE TALE

Children’s Showcase is pleased to announce the return of the “Nearly World-Famous” Dufflebag Theatre, spinning their own madcap version of Rumpelstilstkin. The Dufflebag players offer up fast-paced and hilarious improvisational theatre, and make the audience the stars of the show. Since 1992, this troupe has been traveling the world with their original adaptations of fairy […]

The art of time and space

The art of time and space at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art Exhibition: The Scale of Clusters v3 Artists: Alexis Bellavance Date: March 10-April 22, 2017 Montreal artist Alexis Bellavance blends silence, noise and the vagaries of time in his latest exhibition The Scale of Clusters v3 at the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art […]

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