Fall updates from KHC

In this News post …

  • Summer Kicks movie
  • Live Kicks
  • AGOG presents Pennylane Shen Visual Arts Pro D. workshops Oct. 2-3
  • Film Kicks Oct 7 at Kicking Horse Movies
  • AGOG presents Stephanie von Neudegg “Back Country Brights”
  • Christmas Craft Faire at Mt 7 Rec Plex Nov. 26-27

 

We want to say a great big “Thank You” to all of you who came out to Summer Kicks this year in Keith King Park. It was a great location to spread out and folks came out in record numbers for this 16th year! We were really disappointed that PHO orders prevented us from presenting our last two shows of the season … but, the fun was good while it lasted. So much so that we decided to commission Madeline Archibald to put this souvenir video together for you. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be up on stage with the band? Well, here’s “A Bill’s Eye View.” Check it out!


We do have a full season of Live Kicks concerts at the Civic Centre planned and all set up ready to go. But, given the current PHO restrictions on audience capacity for indoor gatherings/concerts in Interior Health we have decided that it’s best to ‘press pause’ right now and wait and see whether it will be safer come the next scheduled announcement in late October. Please stay tuned for an update then.


Professional Development Weekend for Visual Artists #2
Making art is one thing, making a living is another. Learn the nitty gritty of building an art career from one of Vancouver’s most vibrant art advisors, Pennylane Shen. There are still places available for these workshops on Oct. 2 & 3. Register for the two days or pick a workshop that meets your need. Click here for info.

AGOG is very pleased to welcome Stephanie von Neudegg with her first solo exhibition entitled Backcountry Brights.
Runs through Oct. 16. Click here for more.


Our Film Kicks volunteers have crafted a Fall season of movies that kicks off at 7:30pm on Oct. 7 at Kicking Horse Movies with Arab Blues. TIX go on sale this Tuesday Sept 28 at AGOG. Advance sales only. First movie up is Arab Blues “…a charming French/Tunisian comedy with delightful performances by a cast with fine comic timing.” Click here for more.


We are hoping and planning that our 2021 Christmas Craft Faire will be OK to go forward this year on Nov 26 & 27 at the Mt 7 Rec Plex. Vendors from the 2019 Craft Faire will be receiving your email registration package this week. If you want to be put on the wait list or have questions please email coordinator Kelly Pippin at pa@kickinghorseculture.ca

 

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