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Culture Days will return September 20 – October 13, 2024.

Through the Lens: a Kelowna Project


Digital & new media Film & video Storytelling Theatre Youth & teens
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This activity runs the duration of Culture Days.


Downtown Kelowna

Kelowna, BC



Offered in English and French.


Élodie Orsei’s "Through the Lens: A Kelowna Project" highlights kindness, love, empathy and gratitude among members of her community. Élodie and students from The Centre for Arts and Technology hit the downtown core of Kelowna, looking to document acts of kindness and really chat about what kindness looks like for all of our different minds. What can you pledge to do today that is kind? In true Warhol-esque fashion, the mundane becomes the object of fascination and Love; its storyteller.

The short film “Through the Lens: A Kelowna Project” releases, here, on October 15, 2022.



Élodie Orsei - BC Culture Days Ambassador

Artist, creator and singer-songwriter, Élodie’s interests lie within bringing strength and meaning to the different communities she belongs to.

With a background in musical theatre and music as well anthropology, Élodie’s approach to art is inspiring an introspective journey where we can reconnect to empathy, gratitude and understanding. In her work with performance art, Élodie explores with movement-based theatre, where creation from physical cues offer a mysterious yet poignant way for humans to express themselves and comprehend the world around. Élodie also works closely with the human voice and breath, powerful tools that hold a lot of emotion and truth. She is currently working on the release of her debut EP, upcoming in July 2022.

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