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We have a limited number of Vendor Tables available in our Festival of the Arts venue at Lumby Days Family Festival June 7-9, 2019. Non-profit groups & vendors who are displaying handmade, original arts/crafts are invited to take part. Please find the link for the application below: Artist and Artisan Vendor Tables Application Form 2019
The theme of this year's Lumby Days Family Festival is MEDIEVAL and in keeping with our history, ancestry & genealogy the Monashee Arts Show is hosting a juried art show entitled "What Did Your Ancestors Do?" We invite local artists in any medium to participate in this show which will run during Lumby Days June 7-9, 2019. This is a separate art show apart from our annual critiqued art show that will run concurrently. Artists may submit up to 3 pieces. Each piece must be ready-to-hand and be clearly labelled with the artist's name, medium, and price. There is a display fee of $5 per piece. Please see the attached document for all the information and guidelines or stop by our office to pick up a copy in person. Download: 2019 juried art show application What Did Your Ancestors Do
The Monashee Arts Council is inviting local artists in any medium to participate in a critiqued art show in conjunction with the Lumby Days Family Festival June7-9, 2019. Artists may submit up to 3 pieces. Each piece must be ready-to-hang and be clearly labelled with the artist's name, medium, and price. (Display fee of $5 per piece). Please see the attached Entry Form for all the details & guidelines or you can stop by the Monashee Arts Council's office which is located within The Village Gallery at 1975 Vernon Street in Lumby, BC. Download: 2019 Lumby days critiqued art show application
Yes! It is coming soon so get your cameras out and snap your most creative pics! The Monashee Arts Council is very pleased to be hosting our annual Photography Contest once more at the Lumby Days Family Festival (June 7-9, 2019) There are FIVE categories this year for both Youth & Adults: People Landscape/scenery Abstract/Other Animals/Pets Macro Download: Lumby Photo Contest Entry Form 2019
The Monashee Arts Council invites local organizations to apply for a grant to sponsor visual and performing arts programs in our community. We welcome proposals that include educational or entertainment activities that present the visual and performing arts. 1. Grants are available to any local non-profit group who wants to bring cultural/arts activities or events to our community. 2. Proposals must include a project description, budget, and timeline. 3. Deadline for applications is March 21, 2019 Application forms and guidelines (links attached to this post) are available from Monashee Arts Council office at 1975 Vernon Ave. Lumby, BC or online from our website monasheeartscouncil.com email: email@example.com This initiative supported by White Valley Parks, Recreation and Culture (Grant allocation pending financing from RDNO-WVPRC) Downloadable Documents: 2019.MAC_.GuidelinesLocalArtsandCultureGrant appl.form_.2019.MACLocal Arts Culture Grant proposed project budget.2019MACLocal Arts and Culture Grant
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the Monashee Arts Council must regretfully announce that the CABARET! performance scheduled to take place onSaturday, February 23, 2019 at the Lumby Legion has now been cancelled. On behalf of the organizers and volunteers who worked so hard to bring this event to fruition, we would like to thank everyone who expressed interest in this new performing arts event.
We are celebrating our 20th year of sharing & promoting arts & culture in our region! We are going through our records to create a truly special celebration of this and we would love to hear from YOU!
The Monashee Arts Council is taking a Cultural Survey of Lumby, Whitevale, Mabel Lake, Lavington/Coldstream, Cherryville and the surrounding areas. Are you an artist, sculptor, potter, performer, writer, playwright or any other type of cultural creative? Let us know who you are! MAC directors will be doing interviews to discover what talents are in the area.
Meet the Artist Project - call for participating artists The Monashee Arts Council has entered into an agreement with the Okanagan Regional Library (Lumby) to offer a program to raise the awareness in the community of our local artists. This project will provide a venue for local artists to showcase their work in the Lumby Branch, as well as take part in evening/weekend events during which the public can meet the artists to discuss their pieces