Upcoming art events in Burns Lake this week

‘Seeing your art in a new light’ workshop

A painting workshop will take place in the basement of the United Church on Fourth Avenue and Centre Street in Burns Lake, from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Friday, May 26, and from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 27.

For more information, contact Wayne Brown at Process 4 circle arts Gallery at 250-692-3434. A limited number of spots are available in the workshop, and only prepaid registrations will be accepted. The workshop is nearly sold out, so if you are interested, act today.

Art salon for artists

An art salon for artists will take place at the Burns Lake Library on Tuesday, May 30.

The topics will include artists from history, parallels to the journeys of working artists today, a Jan Vermeer film, books and discussion. Tea and cookies will be available. All visual artists are welcome. Cost is $5 toward the costs of the room rental. The salon moderator is Clare Singleton.

For more information, contact Hilda at 250-251-1793 or Clare at 250-713-8169.

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