Live After 5: JAZZ JAM is open to both players and listeners of all ages. Showcasing local talent in the South Atrium, your host Craig Thomson or Stephen Buck, coordinates drum, bass and keys.

If you’re an artist, a performer or simply interested in arts and entertainment, come by, have some fun and the a chance to meet people in an approachable and relaxed environment.

Along with the entertainment, browse art in the exhibition spaces and artist studios. The building is very active on Thursdays, with the wildly popular Salsa Thursdays at 8 PM. The RCA Bistro is licensed and open, serving food, gelato & beverages.

Alex Fong Galleria Exhibition

Lake Country artist Angela Hansen completed her BDes at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and her BEd from the University of Victoria. Angela creates with encaustics and acrylics and her work is recognized for its organic-inspired imagery, sculptural qualities and use of texture. She is very interested in the human psyche and that which cannot be seen; that which exists through experience, time and change. “Tree of Wisdom” is part of a series in which the tree acts as a visual metaphor for relationships, family, and protector of the human condition.
Angela’s art has been exhibited in the Okanagan, Kootenays and US. In 2017 her work was juried into “In Flawed Abundance”, an exhibition hosted by the International Encaustic Artists association in Massachusetts, US, and has been published in the UK magazine, House & Garden’s, Art Edit spreads. See to view more of her work.

Pacific  Safety Products Boardroom Exhibition

‘The Rehearsal’ – 15 Years of Excellence from Ballet Kelowna

Rick resides in Summerland in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. He specializes in portraiture and portraiture essays and stories. For years, his abiding and keen interest in the complexity of people and their issues found expression through his work as a psychiatric social worker in Forensic Services, Family Court Clinic at the Royal Ottawa Hospital, in Ottawa. His primary creative passion is B&W photography because of its simplicity, drama and emotion.

This particular exhibition highlights Richard’s stunning photographs of Ballet Kelowna.

Split House Geometric
Choreography:  John Alleyne
Ballet Kelowna Dancers:  Desiree Bortolussi and Mark Dennis
Kelowna Community Theatre, May 2016
The Opening Reception is on Tuesday, April 3, from 6:30PM-8:30 PM. It is free and open to the public. Several Guild Members will be demonstrating various Calligraphy techniques and applications throughout this time.