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Get Reel Film Series:    LUCKY

Get Reel Film Series:    LUCKY

January 31 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Get Reel Film Series:    LUCKY A 90-year-old atheist has outlived and out-smoked his contemporaries, and as he comes to terms with his own mortality, he searches for ever-elusive enlightenment. Semiahmoo Arts presents this film on January 31, 7pm at White Rock Community Centre as part of the Get Reel Film Series program. Get Reel Film – January 31 Lucky $10.00 CADAll 3 Winter films $27.00 CAD Initial release: September 29, 2017 (USA) Director: John Carroll Lynch Nominations: Golden Leopard, MORE Producers: Drago Sumonja, Logan Sparks, Ira Steven Behr, MORE Screenplay: Drago Sumonja, Logan Sparks

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Drop-In Life Drawing

Drop-In Life Drawing

February 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Life Drawing offers benefits in communication abilities, motor skills, mental health. And it is also really FUN! Easels and drawing boards are provided – just bring your drawing supplies!  Models are draped and un-draped in these self-directed sessions. 16yrs+ Members pay: $40 for 5 sessions Non-Members pay: $50 for 5 sessions Drop-in cards do not expire. *note there is no life drawing drop-in on the following dates: March 23 & 30

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South End Summit

South End Summit

February 3 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pm

Semiahmoo Arts Society presents the 7th South End Summit at the Wheelhouse Theatre. Featuring award-winning jazz bands from Semiahmoo, Earl Marriot, and Elgin Park Secondary Schools as well the presentation of the Dal Richards Scholarship. The South End Summit works towards sharing our local schools’ music programs with the community. Tickets are $20, and $15 for students and seniors. South End Summit Tickets Adults $20.00 CADSeniors / Students $15.00 CAD

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Paris After Dark

Paris After Dark

February 7 @ 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm

Paris After Dark: Edgar Degas/Henri Toulouse Lautrec Art Talk Degas’s lovely images of the ballet, circus and theatre contrast with Lautrec’s darker vision of dance halls, cafes and brothels. Both gave new ways to see the nightlife of Paris during the Belle Epoque. Instructor: Linda Quigley #34689 Call to register call 604-541-2199 or online. Limited space available. White Rock Recreation and Culture

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Literary Open Mic, “Zero to 360”

Literary Open Mic, “Zero to 360”

February 8 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Zero – 360, Literary Open Mic   is a collaboration of emerging and experienced writers who each share up to six minutes of poetry, short stories, chapters of novels in progress, memoirs or song lyrics. Sign up opens at 7:00pm. Readings begin at 7:30pm. Zero to 360, our long-running Open Mic series is back, but this year, with a change of venue. Now held in the South Surrey Recreation and Arts Centre, words will ring out in the beautiful Turnbull Gallery.   Snacks and beverages will be available from the Sources concession stand in the Centre, with service shutting down at 7:30.   As in the past, sign-up for the Open... Read More

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Drop-In Life Drawing

Drop-In Life Drawing

February 9 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Life Drawing offers benefits in communication abilities, motor skills, mental health. And it is also really FUN! Easels and drawing boards are provided – just bring your drawing supplies!  Models are draped and un-draped in these self-directed sessions. 16yrs+ Members pay: $40 for 5 sessions Non-Members pay: $50 for 5 sessions Drop-in cards do not expire. *note there is no life drawing drop-in on the following dates: March 23 & 30

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ARTS FUNDRAISER GALA

ARTS FUNDRAISER GALA

February 10 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Semiahmoo Arts is a charity arts organization; providing arts and culture services to South Surrey and White Rock since 1974. We depend on the generous support of donors, volunteers, and community partnerships to fullfil our mission.  Join us for a fabulous evening of: Art Battle Live Music Silent & Live Auction Balloon Roulette 18 local artists will be competing in a live painting contest. Participate by voting for your favourite artwork while enjoying wine, delicious snacks, and meeting other art-minded individuals. Purchase a key and attempt to open our treasure chest of prizes. The paintings created this night will be auctioned off with proceeds going to art scholarships, awards, and... Read More

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Drop-In Life Drawing

Drop-In Life Drawing

February 16 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Life Drawing offers benefits in communication abilities, motor skills, mental health. And it is also really FUN! Easels and drawing boards are provided – just bring your drawing supplies!  Models are draped and un-draped in these self-directed sessions. 16yrs+ Members pay: $40 for 5 sessions Non-Members pay: $50 for 5 sessions Drop-in cards do not expire. *note there is no life drawing drop-in on the following dates: March 23 & 30

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The Foundations Program – 10 Days, 10 Key Subjects, 10 High-class Instructors

The Foundations Program – 10 Days, 10 Key Subjects, 10 High-class Instructors

February 17 @ 9:30 am - 4:30 pm

The foundational elements are as important to a visual artist as grammar and spelling are to writers. To become a professional at what you do you need to have a strong grasp of the rules of your trade. You can learn a lot from the school of hard knocks, but we’d like to offer you a much easier, faster, and less agonizing path; practical hands-on foundational training. While “foundational training” may not sound like the most exciting thing to spend your time on, it is very difficult to be creative when you struggle with composition or brushwork. Have you ever spent hours pushing paint around your canvas without understanding why... Read More

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The Foundations Program – 10 Days, 10 Key Subjects, 10 High-class Instructors

The Foundations Program – 10 Days, 10 Key Subjects, 10 High-class Instructors

February 21 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

The foundational elements are as important to a visual artist as grammar and spelling are to writers. To become a professional at what you do you need to have a strong grasp of the rules of your trade. You can learn a lot from the school of hard knocks, but we’d like to offer you a much easier, faster, and less agonizing path; practical hands-on foundational training. While “foundational training” may not sound like the most exciting thing to spend your time on, it is very difficult to be creative when you struggle with composition or brushwork. Have you ever spent hours pushing paint around your canvas without understanding why... Read More

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Drop-In Life Drawing

Drop-In Life Drawing

February 23 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Life Drawing offers benefits in communication abilities, motor skills, mental health. And it is also really FUN! Easels and drawing boards are provided – just bring your drawing supplies!  Models are draped and un-draped in these self-directed sessions. 16yrs+ Members pay: $40 for 5 sessions Non-Members pay: $50 for 5 sessions Drop-in cards do not expire. *note there is no life drawing drop-in on the following dates: March 23 & 30

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The Foundations Program – 10 Days, 10 Key Subjects, 10 High-class Instructors

The Foundations Program – 10 Days, 10 Key Subjects, 10 High-class Instructors

February 28 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

The foundational elements are as important to a visual artist as grammar and spelling are to writers. To become a professional at what you do you need to have a strong grasp of the rules of your trade. You can learn a lot from the school of hard knocks, but we’d like to offer you a much easier, faster, and less agonizing path; practical hands-on foundational training. While “foundational training” may not sound like the most exciting thing to spend your time on, it is very difficult to be creative when you struggle with composition or brushwork. Have you ever spent hours pushing paint around your canvas without understanding why... Read More

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Drop-In Life Drawing

Drop-In Life Drawing

March 2 @ 10:00 am - 12:30 pm

Life Drawing offers benefits in communication abilities, motor skills, mental health. And it is also really FUN! Easels and drawing boards are provided – just bring your drawing supplies!  Models are draped and un-draped in these self-directed sessions. 16yrs+ Members pay: $40 for 5 sessions Non-Members pay: $50 for 5 sessions Drop-in cards do not expire. *note there is no life drawing drop-in on the following dates: March 23 & 30

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Translating Tonal Values & Colour Theory with Lalita Hamill

Translating Tonal Values & Colour Theory with Lalita Hamill

March 3 @ 10:00 am - March 4 @ 4:00 pm

This workshop is being offered by the South Surrey White Rock Art Society and is open to members and non members alike. Cost: Member $150.00 Non Member $175.00 Maximum of 16 people To register go online to Lalita Hamill – Translating Tonal Values and Colour Theory – March 3 & 4, 2018 Once one knows where to look, visual patterns of tonal value and colour become obvious. In order to create a clean, fresh, expressive painting, you can reduce the amount of ‘mucking about’ by clearly seeing whether the tonal value and/or colour are accurate before placing them on your canvas. Join Lalita through a series of demos, exercises and... Read More

Rollin’ Trainwreck Live at Ocean Park Hall

Rollin’ Trainwreck Live at Ocean Park Hall

March 3 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm

The Flamingo Presents Rollin’ Trainwreck Live at Ocean Park Hall A fundraiser for Penmar Community Arts Society The Rollin’ Trainwreck is a bluegrass-country-rock inspired trio consisting of Jesse Burch, Philip Puxley and Phil Bell. They live to play music and they don’t get their name for nothin’! Their live performances stand apart because of the trio’s organic on-stage style, showcasing their skills on the banjo, acoustic guitar and upright bass. They are bringing it to Ocean Park Hall on Saturday March 3rd! Tickets $20 first drink included with advance ticket purchase. This event will help fund the future of live music in Ocean Park with a 50/50 draw, a Tower... Read More

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Translating Tonal Values & Colour Theory with Lalita Hamill

Translating Tonal Values & Colour Theory with Lalita Hamill

March 3 @ 10:00 am - March 4 @ 4:00 pm

This workshop is being offered by the South Surrey White Rock Art Society and is open to members and non members alike. Cost: Member $150.00 Non Member $175.00 Maximum of 16 people To register go online to Lalita Hamill – Translating Tonal Values and Colour Theory – March 3 & 4, 2018 Once one knows where to look, visual patterns of tonal value and colour become obvious. In order to create a clean, fresh, expressive painting, you can reduce the amount of ‘mucking about’ by clearly seeing whether the tonal value and/or colour are accurate before placing them on your canvas. Join Lalita through a series of demos, exercises and... Read More

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