Beyond dance, Shay Kuebler / Radical System Art represents movement with meaning – a blunt force of power explodes on the stage with a message to look at the glorification (Glory) of violence in media, childhood and how we’re watching it go by –are you willing to do anything about it? Are you affected by bullying? A dark intensity seeps into the steps of these skilled performers who rise into new realms of dance by marrying martial arts, hip-hop, ballet, and theatre.
SHAY KUEBLER DANCE WORKSHOP
May 2 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm $20 Adult/Youth
SHAY KUEBLER/RADICAL SYSTEM ART: GLORY
May 3 @ 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm $23 Adult / $5 Youth
ArtSpring’s 17 th annual three-day fundraiser for the arts, Treasure Fair, is now ready to collect unique items and services for its silent auction July 13 -15, with a grand finale Live auction hosted by ever entertaining, Chris Humphreys. To volunteer or donate, please contact Terri Reid: firstname.lastname@example.org (778) 353-0014 www.artspring.ca
There were glowing smiles and hearts when our volunteers gathered for our annual appreciation gala on April 13th. Sadly, I was the only one taking photos – someone either give me a photography lesson or get the camera out of my hands! Alas, some photos survived the terrible fate of me behind the camera.
Hello! My name is Jessica Beck, but most people call me “Jess”. I’ve been based on Salt Spring Island since 2012, where I live with my dog named Myrtle.
I’ve worked as a promotional writer for the past seven years. In that time, I’ve collaborated on multi-million dollar projects to strategizing with farmers. My area of speciality is writing for websites & marketing campaigns.
Well, what a winter we had with record-breaking snowfall. Many of us shovelled more snow than we thought possible on Salt Spring and trudged our way into town with a unified wish for warmer days. Or was that just me? Lucky for us, April is here and we’re in for a real treat this month with a stellar line up of Salt Spring’s celebrated visual artists, Canadian-made comedy, world-renowned choral music and much more. With a slight twinkle of snow or sunshine, the show will go on.
A message from our Treasure Fair Manager, Terri Reid:
Ahoy There! Join the crew who follows up on donated treasures!
Every year Salt Springers contact us with generous donations to Treasure Fair. We are looking for volunteers to receive, unwrap, photograph, take histories of and document these treasures.
It’s interesting work. You never know what you will see.
If you want to get out and about, meet new people and support ArtSpring, Welcome Aboard!
Call Terri at 250-537-2125 email@example.com
Come one, come all – to help create the most fabulous show on earth: the 2017 Treasure Fair! Planning for this July’s Treasure Fair – ArtSpring’s annual three-day auction fundraiser since 2001 – is now underway and we would love to welcome you to the ATF team.
If you enjoy the arts, are good with people, have a great sense of humour, enjoy being part of a dynamic team, and want to make new friends then you will fit right in. And, the coffee and nibblies are free-flowing – so you will be energized and satiated at all times!
ArtSpring is happy to announce that Terri Reid will be the Treasure Fair Coordinator for 2017. Terri comes to us with a wealth of event planning experience and we are very pleased to welcome her on board.
We are launching into a new season of fundraising beginning with this call for Treasure Fair volunteers and donors. Volunteering is a great way to meet fellow islanders particularly if you are new to Salt Spring. Whether you are a new or past donor or volunteer, we would love to hear from you. Join us and be part of this dedicated team who help keep ArtSpring vibrant and alive.
ArtSpring bids farewell to Christie Roome, our intrepid Development Manager who’s seen us through two successful Treasure Fairs, and a myriad of other projects. We wish Christie all the best as she forges ahead with her writing career!
Here are Christie’s parting words:
“It is with both excitement and sorrow that I bid farewell to the staff and my volunteers at ArtSpring.
“I am very grateful to have had the opportunity to be part of the ArtSpring team. It has brought more joy and meaning to my life than I could have every wished. I have so much respect for the staff – Cicela, Meghan, Danielle, Jane, Marv, Kevin and Morgaine – and I will miss working with them. And, I will miss all of my volunteers tremendously. They have brought much laughter, joy and friendship to my life.
“I originally moved to Salt Spring with my family two years ago to build my career as an artist and author. After a very inspired meeting with my writing group last month, I feel that I must return to writing and illustrating my books.
“Thank you to each and every one of you for making my ArtSpring experience a phenomenal one that has touched each member of my family.”