The artworks of former UBC Okanagan students are featured in a new exhibition opening today at the Kelowna Art Gallery.
The Westside will be getting a much-needed art gallery as Grizzli Winery opens a gallery specializing in Okanagan works in its spacious wine tasting room, one of the largest in Canada.
Just knowing that I was walking into a theatre to watch a scary play sent chills of excitement through me. I stood in line waiting to be escorted to my seat, because with new regulations we are only allowed to go into the theatre one or two at a time.
A popular arts festival in Lake Country may have been cancelled due to COVID-19, but the spirit of the event will soon be on display across the Okanagan.
Conscious Hip-Hop is a rising subgenre of the classic Rap/Hip-Hop scene, and “Bird’s Eye View,” the newest single from Vernon-born rapper “Kalateral” (Kyle Hesketh) is a perfect representation of where the genre is going.
In a summer plagued by an avalanche of cancelled events due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Crossing Creek Community Theatre’s outdoor production of the Canterbury Tales or Geoffrey Chaucer’s Flying Circus at Kalala Winery is a welcome change.
In the pouring rain and what felt like gale force winds I arrived with my husband at Kalala Organic Estate Winery in West Kelowna excited for the chance to see some theatre in the form of The Canterbury Tales.
COVID-19 has been especially hard on Kelowna Actors Studio which receives no local, provincial or federal grants. Yet fueled by an undeniable passion for theatre, executive producer Nate Flavel and artistic managing director Randy Leslie vow the show must go on. And on and on.
Patrick Masse, an award-winning Canadian country music singer-songwriter, will headline a live-streamed performance in Kelowna’s QUSIC concert series on Wednesday.
After 15 years of showing her fabric work as part of the Peachland Little Schoolhouse Summer Arts Program, Peachland quilter Connie Ross held her final show and sale at the school house last week.
As live theatre takes a bow for now due to these unprecedented times, the North Okanagan’s Caravan Farm Theatre is taking steps to ensure its future.
A Kelowna Afro-fusion and hip hop artist has released a new single with a disco flavour. “Vice City Vibes (S.S.C.R.C.Y.)” from local artist Edge lands as a follow-up to his previous release, “11:11” — which sits at over 70,000 streams and counting.
Last week as the Okanagan gently opened up to more public events and gatherings, we as a community stepped back two steps by being a named town for a cluster of COVID-19 cases.
It’s one of those things. You are riding high on life, there is a plethora of events to keep our creative selves busy, from painting to culinary classes, wine tastings, theatre, concerts packed with people enjoying life — and then silence.
Ad Lib Gallery at 3063 Bridlehill Dr. in West Kelowna hosts Vienna Classics from 2 to 4:30 p.m. It's an afternoon celebrating Vienna and its extensive musical and cultural heritage surrounded by an arts environment and award-winning garden.
Lake Country artists Alison Beaumont and Lynette Schlichting come together with Vancouver-based artists Katherine Coe and Eve Leader for the exhibition Significance Stares at Me from Everywhere, opening July 4 at the Lake Country Art Gallery.
One-third of our food relies on bees for pollination. It's that kind of important role that led the Okanagan's Jennifer Krezan and her husband, Brad, to start Hiveology in 2019. “Without the bees, farmers would face having to hand-pollinate many of our foods, but as this is labour-intensive …
Chief provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry and health minister Adrian Dix provide an update on the province's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.