Kaslo Summer Music Series

The Kootenays Boutique Music Festival. Come to 🕺💃

Saturdays in Kaslo 4-6PM @ Various Lakeside Venues

Stay for the weekend 💖 activities, beaches, food & drink.

Donations please to support the artists

Aug
19
Fri
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 19 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Aug
20
Sat
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 20 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Kaslo Summer Music Series – EVERGREEN AFRODUB ORCHESTRA @ Kaslo Bay Park
Aug 20 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Series continues with the afro-cuban grooves of the Evergreen Afrodub Orchestra live at Kaslo Bay Park!

Our infectious sound features deep west african rhythms crossed with 70’s funk essentials for trance inducing atmospheric funk vibrations.

They bring their Pacific Northwest style of afrobeat, funk, jazz, and dub reggae with hypnotic, smoky vibes to Kaslo. Music to dance to and music to lose yourself in. Influenced by Fela Kuti, Ebo Taylor, Antibalas, Budos Band, Polyrhythmics, Mulatu Astatke, Bob Marley, and P-Funk.

www.facebook.com/evergreenafroduborchestra/

Aug
21
Sun
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 21 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Aug
25
Thu
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 25 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Aug
26
Fri
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 26 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Aug
27
Sat
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 27 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Kaslo Summer Music Series – PENNY SHADES, and TENISE MARIE @ Kaslo Front Street Park Stage
Aug 27 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm

The Series continues with the Alt-Soul band Penny Shades and lovely Singer-songwriter Tenise Marie live at Kaslo Front Street Park Stage!

Penny Shades is a Alt Soul five-piece from Nelson BC, making  music that is both sleek and raw. Rich, emotive vocals swoon over warm rhythm guitars, swift gospel keys, jazz-influenced bass lines, and R&B-flavoured back beats. Their sound is rooted in Modern Soul & R&B, and draws influences from Indie, Pop, Urban and Western music.

pennyshades.com

 

Tenise Marie is an Assyrian Canadian singer-songwriter who has emerged from the mystical forests of Argenta, BC. On a foundation of acoustic guitar and soulful vocals, she builds her songs with vision and care, singing “tenderly of love’s vagaries without lapsing into maudlin or cliché’ (Jamie Bliss, Kootenay Mountain Culture Magazine). 

www.tenisemariemusic.com

FREE and open to the public – donations welcome!

 

 

Aug
28
Sun
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Aug 28 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

Sep
1
Thu
In the Langham Main and Lobby Galleries @ Langham Cultural Centre
Sep 1 @ 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm

‘Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective’ exhibition at the Langham Galleries highlights 66 years of Tsuenko Kokubo’s creative life – July 22 to October 16

 

 The Langham Cultural Society, Kaslo, is honoured to present well-known Silverton artist, Tsuneko Kokubo’s traveling exhibition Of Light Itself – A retroPerspective, running July 22 through to October 16, 2022 . There will be a public Opening Friday July 22, 7 to 9 pm. This special evening is the first public art opening in over 2 years! We welcome everyone for refreshments and at 7:30 pm a film screening of Kokubo’s past performance of So Kat’ta will be followed by a Q&A with the artist.

 

Of Light Itself  – A retroPerspective showcases the life and work of the eclectic Japanese Canadian artist Tsuneko Kokubo who was born in Steveston, B.C. in 1937, and since 1994, has been living on the shores of Slocan Lake. Fondly known as ‘Koko’, her creativity and knowledge in several arenas of experience and study are reflected in her multiple bodies of work, both visual and in performance physical theatre.

 

The exhibition is a 66-year survey of Koko’s creative life, which includes paintings from her earlier art school days to her current works in oils and acrylics. Parallel to her visual work, the exhibition includes sample video clips of past choreographed performances over the years, and interviews, expanding her dynamic vision through multiple mediums.

 

The traveling exhibition is curated by independent Nelson-based curator, Maggie Tchir, and will travel to Gallery 2 Grand Forks in May 2023 and to the Penticton Art Gallery in 2024. The Langham acknowledges the BC Arts Council, the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance, and the Community Fund of North Kootenay Lake for their support and financial assistance. We hope to see you on July 22 at 7 pm!

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