Welcome to Comox Valley Arts

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Did you know that Comox Valley Arts is a great vehicle for sharing your business and services with an engaged and active audience? We’d love to talk with you about advertising with us!

Become a monthly donor and know you’re giving the arts a good name. Yours.

A small contribution of just $7/m makes a HUGE difference to us. Supporting our operations and programming is the best way to grow and build an arts-centric community.

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Like to help? Meet new people? Get into your community? 

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Join us in cultivating, educating and advocating for an arts-centric community.

The Comox Valley Community Arts Council works to:

* facilitate, create and promote arts and culture in our community 
* actively engage and educate about the value of arts & culture in our daily lives, and for creating the world in which we want to live 
* promote the Comox Valley as a creative and dynamic arts-producing center to visitors and locals alike 
* guide and partner with policy-makers to affect positive change that involves public access to arts and culture.

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We respectfully acknowledge that we live, work and play within the traditional territory of the K’ómoks Nation.

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2017-19 Comox Valley Poet Laureate - Natalie Nickerson! 

The second Poet Laureate of the Comox Valley, selected in April 2017,  has plenty of plans already.

And she’s open to hearing ideas from others in the community as to how she can best promote the art of poetry, cultivate poetic literacy and encourage the reading and writing of poems.

See what she's up to!

Our Amazing Members are featured often on Arts Beat with Kate on Shaw TV

Arts, Advocacy, Appreciation, Access

We exist to animate the arts in the Comox Valley by: acting as a resource for the arts community; informing the public about the arts; and celebrating the Comox Valley as an arts-producing centre.