The World is Our Stage: Caravan Theatre Exhibit Opening
Fashion & costumes
Film & video
History & heritage
Celebrate Armstrong's iconic Caravan Farm Theatre, one of the world’s most esteemed outdoor theatre companies. View the opening of an exhibit at the Vernon Museum of original, hand-crafted masks and other set pieces. Then watch a special viewing of Niall McNeil’s documentary film "The Originals." Filmed on location at the Caravan Farm Theatre in 2021, and featuring interviews from Caravan Farm Theatre alumni spanning four decades, "The Originals" is an artist’s ode to his creative home. The exhibit will be on display throughout all of Culture Days.
This event is free and will be accepting optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Greater Vernon Museum and Archives
The Vernon Museum sees its role in the community to be both that of caretaker and resource centre. In the role of caretaker of the public trust, it has a responsibility to care for and house objects and information of historical value to the community. The Vernon Museum has become the recognized repository for archival material in the North Okanagan. As a resource centre and a cultural institution, it seeks ways to contribute both to the economic growth of the community through its fundraising initiatives and provide opportunities for improved quality of life for its residents through diverse education programs and social events.
This event is part of a hub:
Get involved in Vernon's Arts and Culture scene! Participate in art workshops, attend demonstrations, explore art exhibits, exchange works of art, and make your mark on a community art project. Learn about Vernon's history and local cultu...
3009 32 Avenue
This event is wheelchair accessible, has gender-neutral washrooms, and offers closed captioning or subtitles.