Table of Contexts
¶ Editorial: The Challenge of Change
¶ THE ART OF Creativity Lisa Harrison discovers that creativity takes many forms and has many benefits, for ourselves and our community.
¶ THE ART OF the Voice Uplifted Karin Wilson explores the spirited and spiritual music of Barbara Samuel and Jane Eamon, and comes away inspired by their soulful sounds.
¶ THE ART OF Rhythm and Healing The use of percussion-based therapy is becoming very popular as people recognize the power of rhythm, Trevor Salloum explains.
¶ THE ART OF Local Heroes Jarrod Thalheimer celebrates Paul Johannsson and Jason Matlo, both of whom left the Okanagan to achieve success and fame elsewhere.
¶ THE ART OF the Bean The most popular drink in the valley is coffee, and Sue Harper shows how some are turning the cup of java into a work of the roasters art..
¶ THE ART OF Ullus Portia Priegert profiles the innovative work of the aboriginal media production collective that produces ground-breaking work.
¶ THE ART OF Community Spirit In bringing together the community in 2006 to create mediallions, a special memorial has also been created. Karen Close documents the process.
¶ THE ART OF Artists Among Us The ArtWorks Studio program of the Canadian Mental Health Association provides a unique collaborative and supportive environment.
¶ The State of Cultural Stewardship in the Okanagan Don Elzer, community economic development expert and artist, provides a case study in arts planning based on the experience in the Okanagan, and articulates a strategy for growth and change that includes all stakeholders in the process and outcomes.
¶ Shirley Nilsson, Fabric Art Pioneer Catherine Mamo enters a Westbank home and finds an internationally-known artist in her creative prime..
¶ The View from the Land of the Big Red Apple The North Okanagan has long been a creative wellspring, and that tradition continues, Devon Muhlert reports.
¶ Open Studios: The Welcoming Door of Art
¶ Arts Agenda
¶ Arts Directory
¶ Arts Galleria