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Local teen takes first place at provincial arts fest

Local teen takes first place at provincial arts fest

Geneva Iten has been playing music since she was three
Remembering Sue

Remembering Sue

Sue Popesku was honoured with the Freedom of the City on Saturday afternoon, recognizing her decades of championing arts, culture, and heritage. Known for her passion and tenacious spirit, Popeksu’s legacy lives on in Fort St. John.
Juried art exhibition celebrates the Peace Region's character

Juried art exhibition celebrates the Peace Region's character

An opening reception will be held at 7 pm tonight at Peace Gallery North for the Peace River Chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists’ juried art exhibition, titled ‘Faces of the Peace’.
Sue Popesku to be honoured with Freedom of the City award

Sue Popesku to be honoured with Freedom of the City award

Posthumous award to be presented Saturday during "Remembering Sue" Day
Fort St. John artist opening dialogue through her paintings

Fort St. John artist opening dialogue through her paintings

"It's open-ended. There is no right answer. You can't guess incorrectly."
EX SITU art exhibition celebrates Filipino Heritage Month

EX SITU art exhibition celebrates Filipino Heritage Month

EX SITU is back – a milestone art exhibit is returning to Peace Gallery North this week, celebrating everything it means to be from the Philippines.
"What does Pride mean to me?"

"What does Pride mean to me?"

Pop-up art show opens Fort St. John's Pride Week
Meet Tumbler Ridge's artist in residence

Meet Tumbler Ridge's artist in residence

Alex Landon Richardson creates surreal but colourful landscapes with oil paints
Library funding referendum to be held

Library funding referendum to be held

Previous attempts to establish library funding services in 2000 and 2002 failed
Awards handed out at Open Sky regional juried art exhibition

Awards handed out at Open Sky regional juried art exhibition

The 40th annual Peace Liard Regional Juried Art Exhibition debuted May 6 in Tumbler Ridge, celebrating and awarding the best of local art in Northeast B.C.
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