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Arts Impact Survey for Vancouver Island/Gulf Islands/Central Coast

A consortium of arts councils on Vancouver Island/Gulf Islands has commissioned a survey to measure the economic, social, cultural, and health impacts of arts across the Vancouver Island/Gulf Islands/Central Coast super-region. This important survey is open until...

OCAC Members Night at the QB Cafe May 6

UPDATE !!  (May 28) In-room dining is back!  the Qualicum Beach Cafe will host OCAC members in the dining room for Members night (and not on the patio). Original post: Given the current COVID restrictions, the Qualicum Beach Cafe is happy to host OCAC members on the...

Oceanside Benchmark – A community Art Project

A CALL FOR ARTISTS - Deadline to submit is March 8 Project Description: A co-generational public art project designed to encourage community creativity and collaboration!  This is a wonderful opportunity jointly organized by the TOSH, the MAC, and the Chambers of...

How to access and support the Arts during COVID-19

The world is adjusting to the new reality of living in the midst of a pandemic.  This means changes in day-to-day life, including how we do the things we enjoy the most.  Here are some ideas of how you can be involved in the Arts in Oceanside during these different...


S1 E2 – My Musical Career

A is for The Arts Podcasts
A is for The Arts Podcasts
S1 E2 - My Musical Career

This podcast series features stories from artists of all kinds on their aesthetic experiences with the arts. In this first episode, host John Churchley shares his artful stories as a music teacher, conductor, and educational songwriter.

S1 E1 – Introduction

A is for The Arts Podcasts
A is for The Arts Podcasts
S1 E1 - Introduction

This introduction sets the stage for what this podcast is about and starts to answer the question “Just what is an aesthetic experience?”.