Vancouver-based, original, vagabond performers constantly touring around the globe. Biscuit sings old time tunes with her guitar, bringing Latin grooves, train and gypsy swing next to jazzed-up Dr. B on his trumpet and other percussive implements. Involved with multiple projects, performing and recording with Canada’s finest jazz and blues musicians, they bring the best of what they love to every stage.
Recent textural abstracts in wood, beeswax, copper, rust & pigments. Opening reception TBA
Until further notice. The paintings in my “Motherwork” project utilize traditional casein paint I have created from natural pigments* and raw cow’s milk. Some of the paintings are also created from paint that incorporates expired breast milk that would otherwise be thrown away. In preparation for my project I acquired one gallon of outdated breast milk with which to make my own paint. Show runs to Apr 29th.
Featured with as a three piece this time, it will be another intimate evening.
Pétunia – acoustic guitar vocals kazoo
Devin Champlin (from Sons of Rainier) – mandolin, fiddle backing vocals
Jan Peters – harmonica, Mandolin
19+ ID required. Price tba
April 1 – 4th. world-class performances with 10 ticketed events taking place throughout Powell River’s national historic district. Intimate venues will play host to a variety of jazz flavours
Food, friends, favorite hits in Powell River’s premier venue for adult live music. Dennis Fox, Ron Campbell, Fraser Ross and Neko – The Toneados – play songs from the 50’s to 70’s for your dancing pleasure.
There’s only two people on stage, but you hear a full band: two lead singers, the interplay of fiddle, jug, and kazoo melodies, guitar, banjolin, and foot-operated bass instrument. The Ever-Lovin’ Jug Band combines the skill, fun, and spectacle of two one-man bands, with a vast repertoire of 1920s & 30s jug band music and two albums’ worth of original material.
Vancouver Rapper plus and Snak The Ripper’s DJ
DJ D-REC featuring Desean Jackson, Alex Cruz and MC Bane
Wed 7:00pm; Thur 1:30 and 7:00pm : PG – 137 minutes
This show will surely delight – this phenomenal Celtic duo is a tour de force of versatility, fine musicianship and technical dexterity.
The Tla’amin Nation will be the official host of the 2021 Tribal Journey. This concert is a fundraiser that will go towards this amazing event which celebrates First Nations youth and culture.
Wed 7:00pm; Thur 1:30 and 7:00pm : PG – 131 minutes
Instructor, Shaunalee Yates. You will explore the technique of wet felting while using a “resist” – a layer used between two pieces of wool to avoid them felting together. A resist is only used DURING the felting process and will be removed after the process is complete.
Participants will use this technique to create a felted piece such as a vessel, a bag, a hat or a tea cozy. All supplies will be provided.
$35 (plus supply fee $10)
We continue with our music on Sunday evenings into the Spring. Come on down for some easy listening to local and out of town musicians. No cover
Great fun for both beginners and experienced artists! Evelyn Kirkaldy will be sharing step-by-step instructions on creating lively, colourful birch trees using a simple acrylic painting technique. Some basic sketching skills can be helpful. Participants will go home with a finished ‘work of art’ – a simplified version of the attached photo.
Unless you choose to bring your own paint and tools, all materials, except canvas can be supplied. Please bring a canvas or primed panel, approximately 9” x 12” in size.
For supply list and to register, please go to:
Mar 14, 15, 16. Prior Knowledge is not necessary 18yr and older. Paint and equipment required. Pls contact Jane Dow @ firstname.lastname@example.org
with Ben Wayne Kyle & Walter Martella. By donation