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NAR #2 Mottishaw a mainstay in Mile Zero arts

NAR #2 Mottishaw a mainstay in Mile Zero arts

An artist who wants you to consider how choices we make affect the landscape.
Catch up with the NAR: the Northern Arts Review

Catch up with the NAR: the Northern Arts Review

Hello readers, and welcome the the Northern Arts Review! My name is Haley Bassett and I will be your local arts columnist for the foreseeable future.
Florida Georgia Line, Nickelback producer Joey Moi with a Peace region balance in his mix

Florida Georgia Line, Nickelback producer Joey Moi with a Peace region balance in his mix

Joey Moi is up for Producer of the Year at the 2020 ACM Awards, slated for September 16.
Dawson Creek's heART walk round two kick off

Dawson Creek's heART walk round two kick off

The Dawson Creek Art Gallery is excited to announce the second round of heART Walk with music by Mechanical Botanicals at KPAC July 15th, 3:30 to 5:30! HeART Walk was developed as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic to create a safe, socially distant
Local artist Lowe finds new subject

Local artist Lowe finds new subject

Six months ago DC racounteur and Peace region gadfly, and writer Robin Gibson met Gary Lowe at the Dawson Creek Art Gallery where he acquired a pencil sketch for a small sum of money. “Gary informed me, that I was a good artistic study.
DC art gallery is now open!

DC art gallery is now open!

The DC Art Gallery is set to reopen June 23. “We’ll start off by hosting our AGM at 6pm that day,” says ED at the gallery Marsha Stewart. “Our hours of operation have changed as we are hoping that local folks will visit us on a regular basis.
Northern arts, culture and support during COVID-19

Northern arts, culture and support during COVID-19

People throughout the north can continue to enjoy arts and culture thanks to targeted relief for artists and organizations from the BC Arts Council.
A one-on-one chat with author Barbara Glasier

A one-on-one chat with author Barbara Glasier

Having a chat with author Barbara Glasier. 1.
It is never too old to start writing

It is never too old to start writing

Nobody was more surprised than me when I finished and published my first novel at the age of 72. I’m somewhat embarrassed to admit that it took me 11 years to do it. My initial motivation for starting to write this book was a dream I had.
April 22 live on the Dawson Creek Mirror: THE SCHWAG BAG

April 22 live on the Dawson Creek Mirror: THE SCHWAG BAG

In this time of social distancing - for children's and youth programming - we will be attempting something new here at the Dawson Creek Mirror.