Get Your 50/50 Tickets – Win Cash!

Because, who doesn't like to win big pots of cash?? We are excited to open the gates on our first ever big prize 50/50 draw! With ONLY 3000 tickets available, at $10 each, the winner could take as much as $15,000.00! There are lots of things that we, Comox Valley Arts, like to do, that...
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CVAG 44th Winter Art Market

The Comox Valley Art Gallery celebrates the holidays in style. CVAG is gearing up for its 44th Winter Art Market (November 23-December 26), and is joining Courtenay’s Moonlight and Magic Festivities (November 23). The Gallery will host a series of community interactive Make Art Projects (Saturdays – December 1, 8, 15 and 22). November 23–30th...
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NIC asks: can you write under pressure?

Join NIC Sunday, Nov. 18, for the 10th Annual Three-Hour Fiction Writing Contest, a literary competition designed to see what you can write in three short hours. The contest takes place at NIC’s Comox Valley campus, in Tyee Hall, Room 114, starting at 1 pm. Everyone is welcome. “It’s amazing what can happen when you lock...
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Cumberland WinterFaire

Cumberland WinterFaire features the exceptional talents of over 70 crafters and artists under three roofs; the Cumberland Recreation Hall, the Cumberland Masonic Hall, and the Cumberland Museum and Archives. Discover a variety of homemade, handmade, and fair trade goods.  Exciting products for 2018 include: Upcycled bags; bowls, plates, and platters made from locally sourced and...
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The Joy of Colour! – Workshop Series

The Joy of Colour Workshop Series helps artists at any level gain an understanding of colour, while enhancing their ability to work with it. Whether you struggle with colour relationships or have an intuitively good colour sense, this workshop series will help you build skills faster and with more confidence. Each workshop in the series consists...
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Vote for Vancouver Island’s Elasmosaur! 

Help pick BC's provincial fossil by voting in the BC Government’s official poll. Support our world famous 80 million-year-old elasmosaur in joining BC’s other provincial symbols, the Spirit Bear, Steller’s Jay and Pacific Dogwood. This marine reptile was found right here on the Puntledge River in 1988, and has been a beloved part of our...
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