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News

The board of directors of Arts Revelstoke would like to announce that Miriam Manley, Artistic & Executive Director, will be leaving her position, effective June 10, 2022, to become the Executive Director for the British Columbia Touring Council. We congratulate her and wish her much success in this new and exciting provincial role.
In partnership with the Columbia Basin Trust, Arts Revelstoke and the Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance have released the Revelstoke recipient list for Funding Support to Communities.  
Revelstoke Reflections Winners Announced for 2021.
The Revelstoke cultural sector is collaborating on a series of activities for National Indigenous Peoples Day beginning the week of June 21 2021. These events will include language, food, films, talks, interpretive art forest tours, workshops and an art exhibition.
This summer we are excited to announce the return of Guerrilla Gigs, a series of tiny concerts in iconic locations around Revelstoke. We will be doubling the number of concerts this year, with 16 in total taking place on Wednesday’s and Saturday’s from July 3 to August 25.
Revelstoke Reflections 2021 art prize is presented by Arts Revelstoke for the second year with awards totalling $2500. Enter your artwork online, share your creativity and enjoy the creations of others. Prizes:
Arts Revelstoke is pleased to offer the position of Production Coordinator to a qualified candidate this summer. The Production Coordinator will work on Guerrilla Gigs and LUNA Reimagined, which will take place in Revelstoke, BC from June to September 2021. The two main components of the role are event coordination and marketing.
Arts Revelstoke is looking for someone with a passion for performing arts, festivals and culture. If you’re someone who enjoys coordinating events and arts programs, is skilled at cultivating relationships, gets a kick out of working with creative people, and takes pride in being organized and adaptable, then this is the role for you.
Revelstoke, British Columbia CANADA - With so much tumult in our world right now it can be a challenge to look away from the news even for a minute. At the same time we are hearing from our audience that they miss the social events and community gatherings that makes Revelstoke such a special place.
The year 2020 will be remembered for many things. Our goal at Arts Revelstoke is that it is not remembered as a time when the music stopped. As an arts organisation we have tried to take this opportunity to be creative, to think outside the box and, most importantly, to keep the community’s spirits high by continuing to present live performance and bring people together safely.

Exciting job opportunities available with our vibrant team.