Alberni book sale was great success

Days with the arts, a news exhibit and more on the Alberni arts scene.

A community arts council volunteer puts out more books as people begin to fill the room at Echo Centre during the annual arts council book sale

Thank you Port Alberni for another great successful book sale.

The Community Arts Council would like to send a big thank you to the community with a heart, who year after year show such support to help the Rollin Art Centre continue with helping to grow the arts in the Alberni Valley.

Days with the arts

Don’t miss out in taking part with the Alberni Valley’s first cooperative Arts.

If you are an artist, artisan or vendor and are interested in renting a table to display your work in this beautiful setting, applications are still available.

The Solstice Arts Festival is a three-day event from June 17-19.

Drop by the Rollin Art Centre for more information. Table rentals are $80 for the entire weekend.

Coastal Creations

Pop by the Rollin Art Centre to take a peek at our latest art exhibit.

The trio of local artists features pieces from Linda Ross, Sandy Bouleau and Nona Hawley.

Unique and beautiful and a bit of something special showcasing intricately designed theatrical leather masks, photography and a wet on wet method of oil paintings. This exhibit runs until May 27.

Solstice Festival

The Solstice Arts Festival, from June 17-19, brings four Alberni Valley arts groups together under one umbrella featuring Days with the Arts at the Rollin Art Centre, joined by Portal Players Dramatic Society, Alberni Art Rave Society and Art Matters Society – F.A.C.E., for an unforgettable weekend of artists, art exhibits, music, theatrical performances and street entertainment fun for the whole family.

Tickets are now available at the Rollin Art Centre, and Char’s Landing.

Tickets are $20 for adults, $15 for seniors and students, between 13 and18 years old, $50 for a family pass (2 adults and 2 students) and children 12 and under are free when accompanied with adult pass.

For more details please follow our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/AlberniSolstice, www.facebook.com/rollinartcentre, www.

portalberniarts.com, www.avenue.zone, alberniartrave.org, atthecapitol.org, or call the Rollin Art Centre at 250-724-3412.

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