The MAC opens January exhibit to artist ‘white sale’

Deadline Dec. 10 to submit works for sale, display at Parksville arts centre

For its January exhibit, the McMillan Arts Centre will host a White Sale for artists who want to clear out some of their work to make a fresh start in the New Year. All artists, members and non-members alike, are invited to enter their original 2-D artwork in this sale.

Deadline is 4 p.m. Dec. 10.

Each artist may submit any medium and up to ten piece of 2-D Art work. Artwork will be hung at the Gallery’s discretion or placed in bins, racks or on a table. All artwork sold will be subject to 30 per cent commission to the MAC.

In lieu of a registration fee, the MAC requests each participating artist donate one piece of art to the sale.

Instead of its usual opening reception, the MAC will host a closing reception Jan. 30, 2016, from 1 to 3 p.m..

Registration forms are available for download at www.mcmillanartscentre.com, and registration will be taken via email at info@mcmillanartscentre.com, or dropped off in person by 4 p.m. Thursday. For more information, please call 250-248-8185.

— Submitted by the MAC

Just Posted

Cycle of Life Tour seeks donations for hospice society

Riders will cycle 200 km to help keep hospice care in motion

Qualicum Beach to ban all open burning

Prohibition takes effect at noon, Wednesday

Campfire ban coming into effect across West Coast

The Coastal Fire Centre says bans will begin on Wednesday

Parksville fun park celebrating 30 years after starting with mini-golf course

Managers share what the view has been like from the castle

Qualicum Beach play wins 4 awards at BC festival

Collected Stories wins include Best Actress for Beth DeVolder

VIDEO: Skydivers land at Beach Day in Qualicum Beach

Sandy arrival one of various attractions at annual event July 15

14-year-old pilot attempts to break Guinness World Record at B.C. airport

Mohd Shaikhsorab wants to become youngest pilot with fewest hours logged to fly solo

Price no guarantee for safety with horse riding helmets: new report

A Swedish insurance report reveals that many brands of equestrian helmets do not protect riders as well as they could.

One year later: Still no suspects in killing of 13-year-old B.C. girl

Marrisa Shen was killed in Burnaby’s Central Park on July 18, 2017

Cougar shot by police in Nanaimo

Shooting occurred in water at Nanaimo Yacht Club at about 1:30 a.m. Wednesday

BC Games opening ceremonies promise to be magical

Features Shane Koyczan and his band, Asani, parade of athletes, and lots more

VIDEO: Toronto Raptors send DeMar DeRozan to Spurs in colossal NBA trade

Toronto also sent Jakob Poeltl and 2019 first-round pick, gets Kawhi Leonard and Danny Green

More lightning forecast as storm sparks 38 new wildfires in B.C.

22 new fires in are burning in the Kamloops Fire Centre according to the BC Wildfire Service.

Most Read