Crow Theatre, a very innovative and unique project by the Campbell River Arts Council, is designed to be an outdoor street theatre, with multiple applications for community engagement. The Arts Council has contracted… Continue reading
So often we are surrounded by the familiar, and as a result, cease to see it. This is the case with Public Art, which is found throughout our community, but we don’t… Continue reading
Do hospital walls have to be blank and white? Or can they be bright with vibrant colour? Art in medical facilities has been proven to have healing power. In the following interview with… Continue reading
Saturday, April 12, 2014 Time Capsule by Ken Blackburn.
The Campbell River Arts Council is asking the performing arts community to submit URL links of their talent. As part of the Mapping Culture Project (www.crmappingculture.wordpress.ca), the Arts Council is organizing a Campbell… Continue reading
Youth from the Homalco First Nation helped create a documentary about their nation’s history and culture with the support of Homalco youth leader, Dorothy Paul, videographer, Glen Bytel and social work student and… Continue reading
This map image of Campbell River area illustrates the locations of the local organizations that have participated as resources in the cultural mapping project. Below is an interactive Google map that allows you… Continue reading
The Campbell River Mapping Culture Project consists of a series of arts based community initiatives linked through a common exploration of ‘mapping’. The projects collectively attempt to reveal a sense of person and… Continue reading
Campbell River Cultural Mapping has provided the following resources; links to cultural documents for further reading, and a list of cultural resources in our community.
The Campbell River Arts Council, in partnership with the Ministry of Community, Sport and Cultural Development, is embarking on a Cultural Mapping Project. Funded through the BC Creative Communities program, the Mapping Project… Continue reading