Our Arts Council

The Slocan Valley Community Arts Council (SVCAC) is located in the beautiful Slocan Valley region of British Columbia. Our Council’s mandate is: “To increase and broaden the opportunities for residents of the Slocan Valley and area to enjoy and participate in arts and cultural activities.” Our work in the community is guided by this mandate.

 

Our ByLaws

Our non-profit society bylaws set out the rules for governing and operating the Slocan Valley Community Arts Council. 

Read Our By-Laws 

 

We Acknowledge

The SVCAC recognizes that we carry out our work on the unceded traditional territory of the Indigenous peoples of this region. We acknowledge and raise our hands with gratitude to the ancestors and keepers of the land.

 

 

What We Do

Grants

We provide funding to member groups and individuals through an annual grant program.

Community

We coordinate and host arts and cultural events and projects throughout the Valley.

Advisory

We make recommendations to the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance (CKCA) for the yearly allocation of monies they make available for our area.

Our Board

Natasha Smith 
President 

Lance Hall 
Vice-President
 

Fletcher FitzGibbon
Treasurer

Peter Vogelaar 
Past-President
  

Eden DuPont
Communications  

Lynne Alexander
Membership  

Lisa Heisler 
Grants

 

 

Staff

Val Mayes | Administration

 

Contact Us

svcarts@gmail.com

 

Funding Partners

Additional funding is provided by the BC Arts Council, the Regional District of Central Kootenay and the Columbia Basin Trust.

 

Join Our Community

Slocan Valley Arts membership is open and inclusive to all residents, artists, organizations and businesses, anyone in the community who supports our mandate. Please visit our membership page.

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The SVCAC recognizes that we carry out our work on the unceded traditional territory of the Indigenous peoples of this region.
We acknowledge and raise our hands with gratitude to the ancestors and keepers of the land.