Artists sought for Sunday Painter’s Exhibition

The Old School House arts centre to present eligible artwork

If you are a recreational artist or art student your are invited to submit your best painting for inclusion in a juried exhibition at The Old School House (TOSH) in Qualicum Beach.

The Sunday Painter’s Exhibition is for up and coming artists and a jury will award ribbon prizes for three mediums; watercolor, oil/acrylic and pastel.  There is a separate category for high school students.

There is a $5 fee to enter except for high school students.

Eligible artwork must be delivered to TOSH between 10 a.m. and noon Saturday March 31 and will hang in the galleries until Saturday April 7.  The jury is comprised of three professional artists and educators; Janice Bridgman, Sherry Mitchell and Martin Hill.

An opening reception is being held Wednesday, April 4 at 7 p.m.

 

There will be a critique with the judges on Thursday, April 5 at 1:30 p.m. for a $5 fee. For more information phone 250-752-6133 or visit www.theoldschoolhouse.org.

 

 

Just Posted

Retired Nanoose Bay teacher ‘Set for Life’ after $675K lottery win

Shannon plans to buy new sails for his sailboat

Country music star Aaron Pritchett back in Qualicum Beach to play benefit concert

Singer to headline Thalassa restaurant fundraiser for Ronald McDonald house

Qualicum school district sees utility costs go down

Capital funding opportunities promote clean energy and drive efficiencies

Order in the chambers: Qualicum Beach votes for council code of conduct

Coun. Robert Filmer’s motion passes unanimously at town meeting

Rainbow crosswalk in Qualicum Beach covered in mysterious black substance

‘It was disappointing to see this act of disrespect take place inside our community’

Ethnic media aim to help maintain boost in voting by new Canadians

Statistics Canada says new Canadians made up about one-fifth of the voting population in 2016

Wife charged in husband’s death in Sechelt

Karin Fischer has been charged with second-degree murder in the death of her husband, Max

B.C. Hydro applies for rare cut in electricity rates next year

Province wrote off $1.1 billion debt to help reverse rate increase

Speculation tax forces sale of Greater Victoria’s iconic ‘Tulip House’

Bob and Jan Fleming selling their retirement home famous for its thousands of tulips

New police force in Surrey must avoid VPD, RCMP errors made in Pickton case: Oppal

Boots are scheduled to be on the ground by spring 2021

Man at centre of dropped HIV-disclosure case sues province and 10 cops

Brian Carlisle of Abbotsford says Mission RCMP defamed him and were ‘negligent’ in their investigation

Striking Western Forest Products workers could lose benefits in September

Union, forest company at odds over Vancouver Island benefit payments as strike enters third month

Conan turns to the Property Brothers for tips on buying Greenland

Jonathan Scott suggests removing glaciers and mountains to bring in ‘more natural light’

Most Read