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The show must go online: actors from around the world virtually perform Shakespeare

The show must go online: actors from around the world virtually perform Shakespeare

West Vancouver actor, producer shares experience of global theatre troupe
Q&A with Lisa Shatzky: A Thousand Ways to Kiss the Earth

Q&A with Lisa Shatzky: A Thousand Ways to Kiss the Earth

Lisa Shatzky talks her sixth book of poetry, A Thousand Ways to Kiss the Earth, coming in October from Black Moss Press
Aristophanes’ smash hit Lysistrata coming to Bowen

Aristophanes’ smash hit Lysistrata coming to Bowen

The outdoor production comes to Veteran's Park at the end of August
The Hearth pays tribute to outgoing curator Emilie Kaplun

The Hearth pays tribute to outgoing curator Emilie Kaplun

Last week, the Hearth bid adieu to one of its much-respected team members. Emilie Kaplun is moving on from her role as curator for the organization, though she’s sticking around Bowen and will continue to be involved with the Hearth.
Saving Sea to Sky: new show at the Gallery at Cove Commons

Saving Sea to Sky: new show at the Gallery at Cove Commons

It's also curator Emilie Kaplun's last week on the job
Come write with me this summer: Carol Cram

Come write with me this summer: Carol Cram

I’m thrilled to offer a three-session writing workshop that is free to residents of Bowen Island. The sessions are offered online over Zoom, but will be interactive and allow for lots of sharing.
No livestream for sign blessing but doc available shortly afterward

No livestream for sign blessing but doc available shortly afterward

Plans for Sunday's Nexwlélexwm sign blessing have changed but organizers are still asking the public to not attend.
How the Hearth is moving forward

How the Hearth is moving forward

From our silver linings edition
It’s business as ‘unusual’ at the Hearth

It’s business as ‘unusual’ at the Hearth

Updates from our local arts council
Meet the Hearth's new executive director

Meet the Hearth's new executive director

Jami Scheffer previously spent 15 years with the Columbia Valley Arts Council
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