Great big blousy flowers. Dahlias, I’m going to miss them. I picked what will probably be the final bunch yesterday. It is so quiet and chilly now, no birdsong. All I can hear is the distant hum of the ferry, and the rustling of the grasses as the deer saunter past.
Two items I found interesting. A new exhibit in the Canadian Senate and an Indian sweet shop in Vancouver. My Auntie Neera (a close family friend) would make burfi/barfi sometimes. It had the most delicate flavour and often had a micoscopic layer of gold leaf on top. My family is Swedish and I’d never seen anything like it. Delish!!!
Now more than ever, ArtSpring depends on your support, and there are many ways to help. Monthly donations are great, the gift that keeps on giving. How about $25 a month, less than a dollar a day. However you support ArtSpring: giving a one-time donation, arranging a monthly contribution, purchasing a raffle ticket, etc. it all helps make ArtSpring possible. This includes our ability to offer the reduced rental rates that the community enjoys.
Executive & Artistic Director, ArtSpring
November 19, 20, 21, 22 – SOLD OUT. Harry Manx is no stranger to Salt Spring Island. A long-time resident, he can often be seen driving his pick-up truck into town with his dog sitting quietly in the back. More>
December 2 | 10:30am
A Death Café is a group directed discussion of death. Limited space, please register in advance. More>
The Senate of Canada
The Senate of Canada honours Black artists with a new installation featuring the work of Vancouver’s Chantal Gibson. Article>
This month ArtSpring launches its Annual Donor Appeal campaign. Please consider making a donation to ArtSpring. Every little bit helps and there are many ways to donate including monthly. Donate now.
ArtSpring Presents 2020-2021
It has been a wild ride and we are grateful to be back doing what we do.
Please see the complete season listing.