The next chapter in A Story of Beach Creek and other Fish Tales
In-personClimate Action Kids Painting Sculpture & installation Visual arts Youth & teens
Date and time
Town Hall of Qualicum Beach
201- 660 Primrose Street
Qualicum Beach, BC
Directions: The Art will be on display in the Lobby of the Town Hall of Qualicum Beach and the Public Library. Hours of operation are Monday- Friday 9:00am to 4:00pm.
Offered in English.
open to all
“A Story of Beach Creek and Other Fish Tales” The next Chapter
September 26-October 3rd.
Wooden hand painted Salmon decorated by local youth and adults from the community. That begun their journey at BC and World Rivers Day September 24th. Will be on display in the lower lobby at The Town Hall Qualicum Beach in hopes to continue to educate and inspire visitors.
Please drop by our Town Hall of Quailcum Beach anytime during regular hours on display September 26th to October 3rd available for viewing during regular Town of Qualicum business hours.
Diane Moran Visual Artist & Community Connector
Diane Moran is a retired Recreation Leader II and practicing Visual Artist residing in Qualicum Beach BC. She has been active in the arts for over 30 years and was Culture Days South Island ambassador in 2018 from Sooke to Port Renfrew. My mandate and vision is create and connect others to art through meaningful engagement and public awareness projects. Sometimes focused on humanitarian efforts, environmental awareness, conservation and mental health advocacy
This event is part of a hub:
"The Art of Nurturing Nature in Qualicum Beach" takes place though out the unceded traditional territory of the Qualicum, Snaw-naw-as, Snuneymuxw, K'ómox, Tseshaht, Hupacasath, and Ditidaht First Nations, on whose traditional lands Qualicum...