The Omineca Arts Centre Society invites you to our upcoming grand re-opening of our multimedia arts and performance space on Saturday, September 8th. We have moved from our 3rd Ave location to a bigger and better space at 369 Victoria Street!
Our new home is located right in the heart of downtown foot traffic where we can bring together various sectors of the arts in Prince George. This all-day event celebrates local art in Northern BC.
The event is open to everyone and features the opening of an art exhibition celebrating Northern BC contemporary art, a hands-on collaborative community art project, poetry readings and an open mic followed by an evening concert with Roman Kozlowski, Joshua and Michael Hanson, and the long-awaited return to the stage of Phos, Prince George's very own original doom and gloom band!
Schedule, Saturday September 8th:
FREE Day Events 12pm - 7pm:
12pm - 1pm Opening Reception with welcoming song from Khast'an Drummers
1pm - 3pm Art Activities
3pm - 5pm Literary Readings
5pm - 7pm Open Mic
Evening Show @ 7:30pm till we quit $10-20+ Featuring:
Roman Kozlowski solo from the Steel Wheels Blues Band
Joshua and Michael Hanson from Redwhyn https://youtu.be/qSfDkq2M1H4
And the long-awaited return to the stage Phos 1phos.bandcamp.com/album/matriarch
About Omineca Arts Centre:
Omineca Arts Centre is an interdisciplinary, locally-led artist-run centre grounded in arts-based community development that aims to facilitate collaboration and diversity opportunities for emerging and professional artists, performers, community organizations, Indigenous and cultural groups, and residents in Central and Northern BC. Omineca Arts Centre creates space and opportunity for innovative, multidisciplinary, collaborative, Indigenous and marginalized art forms while committing to principles of social justice, equity, diversity, and access.
For more info contact:
Jen |Omineca Arts Centre
c: 250-552-0826 | firstname.lastname@example.org