Archive for November, 2014

  • Cabaret: ALL OR NOTHING

    Oxygen Art Centre fundraiser Cabaret is back!  ALL OR NOTHING is the next installment in a long and infamous line up of Oxygen Art Centre FUNdraiser Cabarets.  On November 21st and 22nd at 8pm, Stephen the Art Star (aka Lucas Myers,) will host a variety show with a plethora of acts by local artists, in support of Oxygen Art Centre.  Get your tickets early so you don’t miss out on your chance to catch the likes of Bessie Wapp, Lisa Menna, Lisel Forst, Sydney Black, Krista Lynch, Thomas Loh, Brian Kalbfleisch,

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  • Community Dontation Day

    On Tuesday November 18th, 3% of sales at the Kootenay Co-op store will be donated to Oxygen Art Centre! Oxygen Art Centre would like to thank the Kootenay Co-op and its members for supporting artist-run culture through the Community Donation Day program.  Keeping the doors open and programming accessible to everyone is a constant struggle, and funds received through this program will help ensure Oxygen Art Centre’s continuing ability to serve its community. Please visit Oxygen Art Centre’s table at the Kootenay Co-op store on November 18th and stock up

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  • Book launch: Humans of Nelson

    Saturday November 15th from 2-5pm at The Civic Theatre With more than six thousand FaceBook fans, the Humans of Nelson is a beautiful, touching, funny, and inspiring collection of photographs and stories celebrating our individuality and capturing the spirit of Nelson, British Columbia.   Ryan Oakley, the photographer behind The Humans of Nelson project which is a spin-off of the popular Humans of New York, is launching a book about the project on Saturday Nov 15th at the Civic Movie Theatre between 2pm and 5pm.  This 232 page hardcover coffee-table book

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  • Book launch: Hekkanen

    An Evening of Stories and Poems On Friday, November 14th, Oxygen Art Centre is pleased to host Nelson author Ernest Hekkanen as he launches his new book, a novella, I’m Not You. Set in Manning Park, I’m Not You tells the story of a man who awakens after a beating and can’t remember who he is or how he has come to be there. Hekkanen is well-known in Nelson and beyond as the editor of the New Orphic Review, co-curator of the New Orphic Gallery, and author of more than 45 books.  

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