The Shed

The Shed

Transmitting from the Slocan Valley, British Columbia, The Shed features a one-night, online extravaganza of live music and poetry fandangadoccio. Marking the (perhaps) end of COVID-19 as we know it, “The Shed” takes flight 30 July 2021 at 7 PM with the...
2020 AGM Minutes

2020 AGM Minutes

Slocan Valley Community Arts Council Minutes of the Annual General Meeting of September 14, 2020 7pm Held remotely via Zoom Present: Board members – Peter Vogelaar, Eden DuPont, Natasha Smith, Lisa Heisler, Fletcher Fitzgibbons Other members – Seathra Bell,...
Arts Council welcomes new Administrator

Arts Council welcomes new Administrator

The Slocan Valley Community Arts Council is pleased to announce our new administrator, Robin Medland. Robin has lived in Winlaw the past five years where she has enjoyed staying home with her two young artistically enthused children and has casually been employed...
We’re Hiring!

We’re Hiring!

Job Posting The Slocan Valley Community Arts Council is looking to hire a part-time contract Administrator (4-6 hours per week). Working under the direction of the SVCAC Board, the Administrator will provide administrative and clerical support with respect to...
Thanks for your feedback!

Thanks for your feedback!

So far, our Art on the Rails outdoor exhibition seems to be a success! We’ve been getting lots of feedback, and have spoken to many folks on the trail while out checking the signs. Yet we’ve heard from some friends and followers how it could be even...
Sculptor Lou Lynn wins Governor General’s Award

Sculptor Lou Lynn wins Governor General’s Award

The Canada Council for the Arts announced this week that Lou Lynn, Winlaw visual artist and long time Slocan Valley Community Arts Council member, has won the Saidye Bronfman Award, which is the highest distinction handed out in Canada to an artist working in fine...