Current and Upcoming Events around Richmond

Arts Events and Artist Opportunities – March 2017

Prepared by the Richmond Arts Coalition

If you’d like to add an event to this monthly list, please send information to rac@richmondartscoalition.com by the 15th of the month preceding your event.

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ARTS AWARDS
Do you know a Richmond artist or arts organization who deserves recognition? Is there a star volunteer or community-minded business that has supported the arts, beyond expectations?
If so, nominate them for the ninth annual Richmond Arts Awards by Friday, March 17 at 5:00 pm!
The Awards will celebrate excellence in six categories: Business and the Arts, Volunteerism, Cultural Leadership, Artistic Innovation, Arts Education and Youth Arts. All artistic disciplines are eligible, including visual, performing, literary and culinary arts, as well as craft, environmental arts and new media. Nominations are now being accepted across all categories. 
The Richmond Arts Awards are designed to recognize the achievements and contributions of Richmond residents, artists, educators, organizers and business leaders. Award winners will be announced in a special ceremony on May 16 hosted by Mayor Malcolm Brodie. Richmond Arts Awards 2017 was developed in partnership by the City of Richmond with the Richmond Arts Coalition, and is supported by The Richmond News.
 For more information on the Richmond Arts Awards, visit 
richmond.ca/artsawards.

Online submissions are now being accepted here!

 

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Richmond Arts Coalition (RAC) seeks Executive Director

Since its inception in 2005, RAC has accomplished a great deal with a small volunteer Board. We are now ready to take the organization to the next level by contracting a part-time, passionate, efficient and results-oriented Executive Director to drive forward our strategic plan. We wish to expand our outreach and better serve the community. Position starts in March 2017.

More information can be found at: http://richmondartscoalition.com/wordpress/executive-director-search/
To apply, email resume to secretary@richmondartscoalition.com before February 24, 2017 at 5pm.

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March 1 – March 31
West Coast Calligraphy Art Exhibit
Thompson Community Centre
5151 Granville Avenue
Phone: 604-238-8422

March 2, March 9 (Thursdays)
Creative Nights – Youth
City Centre Community Centre 
5900 Minoru Boulevard
7:00pm-8:00pm 
Thursdays only. Explore new art mediums and techniques by working with provided supplies that include paint, charcoal, plasticine, clay and recycled materials as well as a dedicated performance space for performances and singing.
Phone: 604.204.8588
Website: www.mycitycentre.org

March 3
The Robert Cray Band
River Rock Casino Resort
8811 River Road
7pm
With five Grammy Awards, thousands of sold-out performances and millions of record sales worldwide, Cray is considered “one of the greatest guitarists of his generation”. Rolling Stone credits Cray with reinventing the blues with his “distinct razor sharp guitar playing” that “introduced a new generation of mainstream rock fans to the language and form of the blues” with the release of his 1986 album, Strong Persuader which featured the hit single, “Smoking Gun”. He has gone on to record fifteen Billboard-charting studio albums while writing and performing with such artists as Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan and John Lee Hooker. His most recent album, 4 Nights of 40 Years Live was released last year and features both new live recordings and live cuts from Cray’s archives including a 1982 performance at the San Francisco Blues Festival. Inducted into the Blues Hall of Fame in 2011, Cray is one of the youngest living legends to receive the prestigious honour.
Website: http://www.riverrock.com/
Phone: 1.855.985.5000

March 3
Celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday through a Camera Lens 庆祝加拿大建国150年摄影讲座
Brighouse Library
7700 Minoru Gate
6:30pm
Mandarin with English Translation.
摄影师将跟大家分享加拿大的风景和人物,及拍摄技巧和经验体会。The presenting photographers from CIPA will share Canadian landscapes and portraits, and the experience as well as the techniques behind those photos. 系列讲座结束后会有影展。An exhibition of the photographer’s photos will be held after the series of workshops.
Website: http://rpl.yourlibrary.ca/

March 3 – March 5
Richmond Youth Dance Showcase: Mosaico
Richmond Arts Centre
7700 Minoru Gate
7pm (March 3rd, March 4th), 2pm (March 5th)
Mosaico (Italian for mosaic) will take you on a journey through a collage of different works creating one beautiful piece performed by members of the Richmond Youth Dance Company. Under the direction of Miyouki Jego and Megan Phillips, dancers will perform in groups showcasing their self-choreographed skits in addition to choreographed pieces by Miyouki Jego and guest artist Delara Tiv.
Phone: 604-247-8300
Email: artscentre@richmond.ca
Website: http://www.richmond.ca/culture/centre/about.htm

March 3 – June 23 (Fridays)
Art Café
City Centre Community Centre 
5900 Minoru Boulevard
7:30pm-9:30pm
Fridays only. This is an open arts studio with music created for artists in the community to connect with one another over pressed coffee.  Limited art supplies available for use. Pressed coffee included. Live music available on some nights.
Drop-in fee of 5.36$
Phone: 604.204.8588
Website: www.mycitycentre.org

March 4
Band2Gether4RCRG
Fraserview Church
11295 Mellis Drive
7:30pm-10pm
CanadianFilipinosforRCRG, in cooperation with Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives (RCRG), will be staging a band fest on Saturday, March 4, at Fraserview Church, featuring local bands and choral groups all performing for the love of volunteerism and community giving. The main features of the concert are Jim’s Underground, a Rock, R&B and New Wave band, and Five For the Road, a Soft Rock and acoustic band. BC Acafellas and the OLGC Family Choir will also be performing. All proceeds will support RCRG. Tickets: 15$
Website: https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/canadian-filipinos-band2gether-for-rcrg-tickets-31184384333?aff=es2
Phone: 604.279.7020
Email: info@rcrg.org

March 5
RYCB 10th Annual Musical Gala, Dinner, and Silent Auction
Continental Seafood Restaurant
#150-11700 Cambie Road
5:30pm-10pm
Richmond Youth Concert Band musical gala, dinner, and silent auction. For tickets or information,
contact:
Email: petej@flinch.ca
Phone: 604.618.5626
Website: www.rycb.org

March 5
Sandra Lang & 2 Mikes Charity Event
River Rock Casino Resort
8811 River Road
8pm-10pm
Three well-known artists, Sandra Lang, Michael Remedios and Michael Samson will be performing together for the Canadian Liver Foundation at the River Rock Show Theatre. Don’t miss out on this opportunity for charity and some good music! Price: $58, $78, $138, $188, VIP$288
Email: jyeung@gcgaming.com
Phone: 778.997.9928
Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/1356378007740126

March 6
Eric Walters – An Author Event
Brighouse Library
7700 Minoru Gate
10am-11am
A person can last:  3 minutes without air, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food.  A community begins to die in just seconds… A global viral catastrophe has paralyzed earth. Come and meet Eric Walters, Canada’s prolific and award-winning author, as he relates his gripping new series “The Rule of Three”.  Brace yourself for adventure, chaos, and survival!  Suitable for Grades 6 and up.
Website: http://rpl.yourlibrary.ca/

Ongoing – March 6
Exhibition by Richmond Arts Centre Instructors
Richmond Cultural Centre – Upper Rotunda Exhibition Space
7700 Minoru Gate
Email: Camyar.Chaichian@richmond.ca 
Phone: 604-247-8326 

Ongoing – March 6
New Primary Colours School of Art & Design: A Selection of Works
City Hall Galleria
6911 No. 3 Road
Website: http://www.richmond.ca/culture/gallery/ee/outreach.htm

Ongoing – March 6
CreArt2016 Canadian Painting & Design Exhibition for Children and Youth
City Hall Galleria
6911 No. 3 Road
Website: http://www.richmondartgallery.org/exhibitions/city-hall-galleria/

March 6 – March 31
Richmond Photo Club Exhibition
Richmond Cultural Centre – Upper Rotunda Exhibition Space
7700 Minoru Gate
Email: Camyar.Chaichian@richmond.ca 
Phone: 604-247-8326 

March 7 – April 24
Blurring the Lines in Visual Conversations: Paul Clarke
City Hall Galleria
6911 No. 3 Road
Website: http://www.richmondartgallery.org/exhibitions/city-hall-galleria/

March 9
The Lulu Series – David Vertesi – Collaboration as Innovation
Richmond City Hall Council Chambers
6911 No. 3 Road
7pm
Once viewed as a form of vandalism, graffiti and underground street art have been gaining popularity as a legitimate art form around the globe over the past few decades. Today, street art is finding its place with mainstream audiences. In 2016, the Vancouver Mural Festival brought together thousands of onlookers and in its first year, successfully mobilized more than 150 businesses, organizations and artists to work cooperatively to create a unique public celebration. David Vertesi, Executive Director of Vancouver Mural Festival, oversaw its inaugural year which commissioned more than 50 new large-scale murals in one month. This talk will be preceded by a short performance by local beatboxer, Shamik. Free.
Website: http://richmond.ca/culture/about/events/lulu.htm

March 9 – March 18
The Pipeline Project
Gateway Theatre
6500 Gilbert Road
World Premiere. A provocative and comedic foray into a firestorm of debate.
Immersive theatre company ITSAZOO and aboriginal performance company Savage Society bring to life a vibrant and personal account of the ongoing political battles over the Trans Mountain and Northern Gateway pipelines. Peak oil, First Nations land claims, and climate change are all explored with humour and empathy in this timely, meta-theatrical event.
Website: https://www.gatewaytheatre.com/pipelineproject
Tickets: http://tickets.gatewaytheatre.com/
Box Office: 604-270-1812

March 10 – March 11
Engelbert Humperdinck: The 50th Anniversary Tour
River Rock Casino Resort
8811 River Road
8pm
Legendary singer Engelbert Humperdinck is getting ready to embark on a special tour celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of his #1 single, “Release Me”. It was in 1967 when music’s “King of Romance” rocketed to the top of the UK Singles charts with “Release Me”. The song remained at #1 for six weeks while preventing The Beatles’ single, “Penny Lane”/”Strawberry Fields Forever” from reaching the top. “Release Me” stayed on the charts for a record fifty-six consecutive weeks becoming one of the best-selling singles of all time with sales of over 150 million copies worldwide.
Website: http://www.riverrock.com/event/engelbert-humperdinck-50th-anniversary-tour/
Phone: 1.855.985.5000

Ongoing – March 11
Poetic Dance of Ink – Artby June Yun in collaboration with Dr. Paul Crowe
Vancouver Lipont Art Centre
4211 No. 3 Road
Open daily, 9am-5pm.
Poetic Dance of Ink is the first artwork between June Yun and Paul Crowe in exploring their shared aesthetic and interests: water is their theme, dance is her passion. Daoism is his philosophy; ink painting is the root of her art—dreamy mist is their shared aesthetic. The dance, music, painting, ink in water and photography are sublimated and transferred as multimedia images onto mylar. Free admission.
Phone: 604.285.9975
Email: art@lipont.com
Website: www.lipont.com

March 11
Meet an Author: Dana Salim
Brighouse Library
7700 Minoru Gate
1pm-2pm
Join us for an interactive storytime with Dana Salim, author of the Yousuf’s Everyday Adventure picture book series. Activities include a nature quest and a photobooth. Best for kids age 4 and up with a caregiver.
Website: http://rpl.yourlibrary.ca/

March 11
Red Curtain Arts Series – Axe Capoeira
Thompson Community Centre
5151 Granville Avenue
2pm-3pm
Join us for our free Red Curtain Arts Series, a showcase of various artistic performances in celebration of Canada’s 150th celebrations throughout 2017. Axe Capoeira is our highlighted group in March. They will be demonstrating a Brazilian Martial Art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music.
Website: http://www.richmond.ca/thompson
Phone: 604.238.8436
Email: ssingh@richmond.ca

March 12
Branscombe House Open Studio Drop-in
Branscombe House
4900 Steveston Highway
1pm-3pm
Learn how to see everyday materials in new ways and creatively upcycle scrap paper to make unique art objects. In this drop-in workshop, participants will learn precision paper-folding techniques, practice color composition, and develop skills in three-dimensional design. You will leave this workshop with your own handmade artworks and the skills to create more. No experience is necessary and all materials will be supplied.All ages are invited to attend free art workshops with 2017 artist-in-residence Barbara Meneley at Branscombe House (4900 Steveston Highway) between 1:00 -3:00 pm, the second Sunday of every month. 
Website: http://richmond.ca/branscombe

March 12
Cannery Farmer’s Market
Gulf of Georgia Cannery
Moncton St & Third Ave
10am-3pm
Continuing the tradition of the Steveston winter farmers’ market as a local attraction and a gathering 
place for hundreds of neighbours, the Cannery Farmers’ Market provides an opportunity for local food producers and artisans to showcase their products, which follow the “Make it, Bake it, Grow it, Catch it” philosophy. Only approved products that are made, baked, grown, raised, caught or harvested by B.C. vendors can be sold. Community partner information tables, entertainment, and guided tours of the heritage site (by donation) enhance this fun market. Admission is Free. Dates: March 12, 26, April 9, 23.
Website: www.canneryfarmersmarket.org

March 15
Appreciation of Chinese Essays Yueyang Tower 經典美文共賞: 岳陽樓記
Brighouse Library
7700 Minoru Gate
Language: Mandarin
Come join Mr. Ronald Zhang in discussing and analyzing Yueyang Tower, a famous essay from the Song Dynasty.
Website: http://rpl.yourlibrary.ca/

March 16
Jana Seale
Chinese Bunkhouse, Britannia Shipyard
5180 Westwater Drive
7:30pm
Mesmerizing audiences from all over the world with her unique and gentle style, West Coast acoustic guitarist/vocalist Jana Seale was a featured guest artist on luxury cruise lines from 2006-2014. Jana’s warm, dynamic delivery returns to the roots of the solo performer, reminiscent of Joni Mitchell, Joan Baez and the coffeehouses of times gone by…
Now back on shore, she reinterprets folk, country and singer/songwriter favourites covering decades from the 60’s to modern times. Inspired by open tuning troubadour Nanci Griffith, and Eva Cassidy’s simply elegant guitar arrangements, Jana performs with warm, understated finger style guitar. But it’s her multi-faceted voice that captivates her audience night after night. Tickets: 10$
Website: http://www.stevestonfolk.net/

March 16
Art After Dark Remix : March Session
Richmond Art Gallery
7700 Minoru Gate
7pm-9pm
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ichmond Art Gallery and the Richmond Media Lab host a monthly evening of hands-on art and music making. Marina Szijarto will be our guest artist in March, working with participants on the art of ‘creative public actions’ to develop costume elements or props inspired by the photographic works of Meryl McMaster, that can be used in public gatherings, peace marches, or arts events. Participants are also invited to create music and remixes during short demonstrations on the DJ equipment held throughout the session. Free admission, all art materials and equipment provided. Recommended for ages 14+
Website: http://www.richmondartgallery.org/upcoming/art-after-dark-remix-march-session/
Phone: 604.247.8300
Email: gallery@richmond.ca

March 18
Abbamania @ Night Fever
River Rock Casino Resort
8811 River Road
8pm
Abbamania recreates ABBA classics like Waterloo, Fernando, Dancing Queen, Thank You for the Music, The Winner Takes It All and Super Trouper. Night Fever presents history of the Bee Gees, chart-toppers including, How Can You Mend a Broken Heart, Jive Talkin, You Should Be Dancing, Stayin’ Alive, and More Than a Woman. With all of the high vocals and perfect harmonies, the show captures the look and the sound that defined the Brothers Gibb. Audience members will enjoy Cher tribute artist, Kara Chandler, performing the music icon’s hits, I Found Someone, If I Could Turn Back Time and Believe.
Website: http://www.riverrock.com/event/abbamania-night-fever/
Phone: 1.855.985.5000

Ongoing – March 19
Exhibition: Meryl McMaster – Confluence
Richmond Art Gallery
7700 Minoru Gate
Meryl McMaster’s colour photographs explore the fluid domain of identity, and the possibilities of 
examining and revisioning the self and its representation. Placing her body centrally in front of the camera, she transforms her appearance, whether by layering photographic images onto her body or through elaborate costumes and props she creates and inhabits as alter egos. An artist of Plains Cree and Euro-Canadian heritage, McMaster explores the dimensions of her own sense of identity, and the complex history of the photographic representation of Indigenous peoples. The three bodies of work in Confluence collectively trace the evolution of McMaster’s practice, with its recurrent thematic threads.
Website: http://www.richmondartgallery.org/exhibition/confluence/
Phone: 604.247.8300
Email: gallery@richmond.ca

March 19
Tax Basics for Artists
Time and Location TBD. What do you need to know to keep track of finances and file your taxes? This 3-hour workshop with Jessica Somers from Cordova Street Consulting will provide artists with an introduction to tax considerations; taxation of grant income; GST & PST sales tax issues; and bookkeeping and record retention. Free.
Email: publicart@richmond.ca

March 24
Chinese / Korean Book Launch 《楓雨同路:加華作家小說選》新書發布會
Brighouse Library
7700 Minoru Gate
Language: English / Mandarin
Adventures Shared on the Maple Leaf Road”, a collection of short stories by 16 local authors, is the first Chinese-Canadian work to be translated into Korean and published in South Korea.  Both the Chinese and Korean editions will be launched at this event.  The editor and several of the authors will be present to discuss their works and writing experiences.  Book sale and signing after the event. 陳浩泉編著的 《楓雨同路:加華作家小說選》共收入十六位加華作家的作品。該書已由韓國釜山大學的學者翻譯,在首爾出版韓文版,書名為《他是我弟弟,他不是我弟弟》。兩書將在這次新書發布會上同時與讀者見面。屆時,編者與部分作者將出席發布會,暢談他們的創作心得。 並有新書簽售。
Website: http://rpl.yourlibrary.ca/

March 26
Cannery Farmer’s Market
Gulf of Georgia Cannery
Moncton St & Third Ave
10am-3pm
Continuing the tradition of the Steveston winter farmers’ market as a local attraction and a gathering 
place for hundreds of neighbours, the Cannery Farmers’ Market provides an opportunity for local food producers and artisans to showcase their products, which follow the “Make it, Bake it, Grow it, Catch it” philosophy. Only approved products that are made, baked, grown, raised, caught or harvested by B.C. vendors can be sold. Community partner information tables, entertainment, and guided tours of the heritage site (by donation) enhance this fun market. Admission is Free. Dates: March 12, 26, April 9, 23.
Website: www.canneryfarmersmarket.org

March 26
Family Sunday March 2017
Richmond Art Gallery
7700 Minoru Gate
Join us in the Richmond Cultural Centre Performance Hall for an afternoon of printmaking!  Learn some basic printmaking techniques to develop a series of prints using the Gallery printing press.  Experiment with shapes, colours and repetition to create stunning abstract artworks. All ages welcome, children must be accompanied by an adult. Activities include: Relief Printmaking with a Press. Story time. Music by a Guest Artist DJ. All art supplies provided.
Website: http://www.richmondartgallery.org/upcoming/family-sunday-march-2017/
Phone: 604.247.8300
Email: gallery@richmond.ca

Ongoing until Spring 2017
Women on the Homefront: Women’s Contributions during World War II
Open daily 10 am to 5 pm
Gulf of Georgia Cannery National Historic Site
12138 Fourth Ave
With thousands of Canadian men overseas, it was the women of Canada who harvested the crops, kept factories running, looked after the children, and raised money for the war. Women on the Homefront explores the fascinating contributions made by women toward the war effort, with a particular focus on the impact of their work in Canada’s west coast canneries and in their homes. The new exhibit invites visitors of all ages to do their part for the war effort. Try on a uniform and join the workforce, explore ration‐conscious sugar free baking recipes, sit and knit, sort and recycle, or plant a row of vegetables in a ‘Victory Garden’. Wander through the different ‘vignettes’ of life at home and work during the war years. Reminisce, share or listen to the stories of this important part of Canadian history.
Phone: 604.664.9009
Email: info@gogcannery.org
Website: www.gulfofgeorgiacannery.org

Ongoing until June 11
Leave Your Mark – Wang Duo: Calligrapher for the Ages
Richmond Museum
7700 Minoru Gate
Discover the work of Wang Duo, a revered Chinese calligrapher from the Ming and Qing Dynasties, 
and see his legacy in Richmond today. You can also explore objects and ideas previous generations have left for us. Get inspired to create your own legacy! Highlights include Wang Duo’s calligraphy and rubbings, and historic legacies from an egg decorated with the City’s coat of arms to a horse-hoof inkwell and printing press. The exhibit also reveals how evolving technologies have created new opportunities to leave different types of legacies, from portraits to digital images.
Website: http://www.richmondmuseum.ca/explore/exhibitions/current-exhibitions/
Phone: 604.247.8300
Email: museum@richmond.ca

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Artist Opportunities:

Submission Deadline: March 15
Your Kontinent: Digital Carnival
Cinevolution’s Your Kontinent: Digital Carnival is back! This time for a two-day extravaganza on September 1& 2, 2017 as part of the Richmond World Festival. Bringing art to the heart of community, Digital Carnival is a cutting-edge showcase of:
– Emerging media art talent
– New, immersive digital technologies, and
– Innovative, interdisciplinary art practices.
This year we are putting the spotlight on LAND in response to Canada 150. A celebration or a critique? – You decide! We are seeking cutting-edge media works and site-specific installations that explore the theme of LAND with the artistic potential of new digital technology. Selected works will cast Richmond in a new light at this one-of-a-kind, family-oriented, FREE multicultural event!
ACCEPTED WORKS:
Works can include, but are not limited to: video, installation, integrated media, artware/software art, digital poetry, wearable technologies, generative art, interactive art, cold lighting technologies (LEDs), video mapping, sound art, performance art and gaming technologies.
Digital Carnival Curator: Wynne Palmer, integrated media artist/curator at wynnepalmer.net
Please complete this form: http://richmondartscoalition.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/Digital-Carnival_call-for-artist-2017.pdf
Submit, along with your proposal, CV, photo (300dpi) and bio to: submissions@cinevolutionmedia.com
Website: www.cinevolutionmedia.com

Submission Deadline: May 31
Saltspring National Art Prizes
The Salt Spring National Art Prize (SSNAP) is pleased to launch its second national juried competition of Canadian visual art. The intent of SSNAP is to encourage artists whose practice demonstrates originality, quality, integrity and creativity—resulting in significant work with visual impact and depth of meaning. Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada who are eighteen years of age and older as of January 1, 2016 are invited to submit their two-dimensional and three-dimensional work for consideration. Approximately 50 finalists will be chosen by an independent jury from across Canada. All artists’ submissions will be anonymous to the jury.
THE JOAN McCONNELL AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING WORK:
$17,000 ($12,000 and a $5,000 Salt Spring Island artist residency)
THE JUROR’S CHOICE AWARDS: Three awards of $2,000 selected by each juror
THE ROSEMARIE BEHNCKE PEOPLE’S CHOICE AWARDS: Three awards determined by a vote of visitors to the exhibition: 1st prize – $3,000, 2nd prize – $2,000, 3rd prize – $1,000
THE ASA (Alliance of Salt Spring Artists) AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SALT SPRING ARTIST: $1,000
Original works will be exhibited and presented for sale at the Finalist Exhibition at historic Mahon Hall on Salt Spring Island, from September 22 to October 22, 2017 (Open daily from Saturday, September 23).
Guidelines and Submission Details: www.saltspringartprize.ca
Event: http://tinyurl.com/SSNAP2017Call

Various dates
March 2017 Grant Deadlines
Little Dog Creative Consulting helpfully compiles monthly lists of grant deadlines for artists in BC. You can find it online at: http://littledog.ca/2017/01/01/mar-2017-grant-deadlines/

BC Artist Registry
Calling all BC artists! We invite all British Columbian adults who are artists in any discipline to be counted in the BC Artist Registry. Whether your arts practice is your full-time or part-time career, or your avocational pursuit, you may join the Registry through our simple online form.
Across the province, arts champions in municipalities and local agencies express the need to learn more about artists in their communities, but lack the channels to connect with those individuals. The BC Artist Registry becomes an important tool for reaching artists directly, inviting their participation in surveys and other types of consultation.
The BC Artist Registry uses a simple online form recording an artist’s name, contact information, and field(s) of artistic discipline. Joining the Registry is free, and the personal information remains private and confidential. From time to time, artists on the Registry will be invited to participate in more detailed surveys or other consultations. The Registry will be open for ongoing registration with no deadline, to ensure a growing resource for meaningful statistics and research in our province’s cultural sector.

Website: http://www.allianceforarts.com/bc-artist-registry/

Rocanini Cafe
Call to artists wanting to show at Rocanini Café in Steveston Village: please send short bio and 8-10 thumbnail images of your paintings with title, size, medium and price.
Email: art@jeanettejarville.com

SpaceFinder BC
SpaceFinder BC increases the visibility of creative workspaces throughout the province of British Columbia. Venues can market unbooked rental space by creating a listing and uploading a digital calendar, while artists and public alike can discover space based on location, price, amenities, and up-to-date availability. Built by nonprofit Fractured Atlas, SpaceFinder BC is free to list or search for space.
Website: http://bc.spacefinder.org/spaces

Open Call for Artists to exhibit in City Hall Galleria
The Richmond Art Gallery is accepting submissions for 2017 exhibitions at Richmond City Hall located at 6911 No. 3 Road. Proposals should include a current CV, an artist statement, a statement of the proposed work and 5–8 images of work. Please contact Carie Helm, Interim Curatorial Assistant at chelm@richmond.ca for more information and/or download the application form here: http://www.richmondartgallery.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/11/submission-application-RAG-CityHallGalleria-2016.pdf

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