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Dance, nature and society are intertwined in the upcoming art opening being held at Tidemark Theatre. The work is by Swedish born Marianne Enhörning. Her muses stem from her training as an architect, her passion and joy of life and nature, and her need to express her voice where words are not sufficient. Enhörning, a […]

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Current Swell are back on the road after an exciting summer of festivals and are looking forward to playing their way across Canada this fall.  The band’s four-piece lineup will be joined by trombone/trumpet duo Dope Soda Horns, who promise to boost the overall live show performance and take the fan experience to the next […]

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Ken Blackburn is primarily known for the social aspects of his artistic life: executive director of the Campbell River Arts Council, the public programmer for the Museum at Campbell River and an instructor at Emily Carr University. But, Blackburn is also an extraordinary artist. Why extraordinary? Why should you take the time to view his art? […]

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The Campbell River Art Gallery and the Tidemark Theatre are teaming up to present a one-day documentary film festival Saturday, Nov. 28, celebrating contemporary art and artists! The Reel Art Film Festival will feature a collection of innovative, award-winning documentaries. Experience the worlds of a renowned virtuoso solo percussionist, one of Canada’s most celebrated photographers […]

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