Haida Gwaii Arts Council is grateful to present our programs on the unceded traditional and ancestral land of the Haida Nation.
We are a volunteer organization that encourages the development of visual and performing arts, literary and other cultural activities through collaboration, and coordination.
2023 ALL ISLANDS ART SHOW
YOUR FEBRUARY EVENTS
Adriana Barton, author of WIRED FOR MUSIC – A Search for Health and Joy Through the Science of Sound
Author reading with collaborative performances by The Alkemist
Friday, February 17 @ 7:30 PM Earth Temple, Daajing Gids
Saturday, February 18 @ 4:00 PM Delkatla Nature Centre, Masset
Jazz Night with Jennifer Scott and Rene Worst
Friday, February 24 @ 7:30 PM Howard Phillips Hall, Masset
Saturday, February 25 @ 7:30 PM Hall in Daajing Giids
YOUR JANUARY EVENTS
Artistic producer of RibbitRePublic Theatre Jonathon Paterson is coming to Haida Gwaii. Don’t miss out on his solo production, How I Met My Mother and learn some storytelling techniques and skills from him.
Performance Dates: January 20 – Howard Phillips Hall; January 21 – Daajing Giids Hall
Storytelling Workshop: January 22 – Port Clements Senior Room
Click here for more information on these upcoming events.
OCTOBER 29, 2022 – Earth Temple, 403 Oceanview Drive, Daajing Giids
7PM, free admission
Come enjoy an evening of poetry reading by our favourite islander, Poet, Novelist and Essayist, Susan Musgrave.
OCTOBER 22, 2022 – Skidegate Community Hall
This Juno-nominated Hip Hop artist hit the ground running in the early 2000s with internet and mainstream hits that challenged society’s views of Indigenous people.
Don’t miss out on this – ONE SHOW ONLY!
AUGUST 30, 2022 – Earth Temple, 403 Oceanview Drive, Daajing Giids (Queen Charlotte)
SEPTEMBER 1, 2022 – Vancouver Island Regional Library Port Clements Branch – 36, Cedar Avenue W, Port Clements
7PM, free admission
Enjoy poetry reading by Poet, Memoirist and Educator, Jane Munro as she travels to Haida Gwaii in August.
THE ALL ISLANDS’ ART SHOW IS ALMOST OVER!
June 6th-10th is the last week to go see the show in person so get out there and go visit the museum! The entrance to the show is free for locals. With the success of last years’ virtual tour, we have decided to repeat the experience once again so we can reach out to a bigger audience. For those who need or prefer to stay home, you can enjoy the art exhibition from the comfort of your home, through our virtual tour (on our YouTube channel) or via the online gallery located on the Haida Gwaii Museum’s website.
We are grateful to Andrew McDermott, pastel artist, past President and a senior member of the Federation of Canadian Artists, for being our adjudicator this year.
ARTIST PICK UP DAY: June 11th, between 1 and 4 p.m.
We will have a volunteer at the Temporary Gallery directing artists to pick up their pieces. If you are sending someone else to pick your piece up or if your piece has sold and you have received an email about it, the name of the person picking up your piece and their contact info will be recorded by our volunteer. Thank you once again for entrusting us with your beautiful art!
WE ARE THANKFUL TO THIS LAND
We are grateful to live, learn, work and present our programs on the unceded traditional and ancestral land of the Haida Nation.
WE ARE GRATEFUL TO THESE FUNDERS