Trail and District Arts Council

Tickets for the Trail show go on sale Friday, Dec. 10. Photo: Submitted

Washboard Union coming to Trail’s Charles Bailey Theatre

Washboard Union has been certified gold twice in Canada for “Country Thunder” and “Shot of Glory”

 

Lana Swanson, the new VISAC Gallery director, invites the community to the Holiday Pottery Sale on Friday and Saturday. It will be held in the downtown Trail gallery, located in the basement of Selkirk College. Entrance is gained through the red door, located underneath the Cedar Avenue-facing “Gallery” awning. Photo: Jim Bailey

Trail gallery welcomes new director, throws pottery sale

The VISAC Gallery has a new executive director whose first order of…

 

Trail artist Velenka Fanderlik submitted her Halloween-themed paintings to the Canadian UNICEF Committee in 1971 for consideration in worldwide fundraising literature. Photo: Trail Historical Society

Trail Blazers: A city of remarkably talented artists

Trail Blazers is a weekly feature in partnership with the Trail Museum and Archives

 

To see the full-size piece titled “Wheel of Fortune” by artist Raphael Akiba, please scroll down the story.

Trail art gallery welcomes back guests to ‘Metamorphosis’

Masks are required and guests must call into the building to gain entrance

To see the full-size piece titled “Wheel of Fortune” by artist Raphael Akiba, please scroll down the story.
From The Bailey Theatre’s newly renovated box office, Nadine Tremblay is counting the days until she can welcome in live performers and an in-person audience. The box office, which no one has seen because the building was mostly closed to the public, was updated earlier this year. The box office project was funded by Creative BC, the Trail and District Arts Council and Columbia Basin Trust. Photo: Submitted

The Bailey primes to welcome live performers and theatre-goers this fall

$1.2M functional makeover now underway in the downtown Trail venue

From The Bailey Theatre’s newly renovated box office, Nadine Tremblay is counting the days until she can welcome in live performers and an in-person audience. The box office, which no one has seen because the building was mostly closed to the public, was updated earlier this year. The box office project was funded by Creative BC, the Trail and District Arts Council and Columbia Basin Trust. Photo: Submitted
Mike Wicentowich shared these photos of musician Peter Makortoff’s weekly street music performance in the 1400 block of Columbia Avenue in Trail. Makortoff, a well known Trail musician, puts on a show every Wednesday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. much to the delight of his neighbours and residents. Photo: Mike Wicentowich.

Dancing in the street!

Musician Peter Makortoff entertains neighbours and friends every Wednesday in downtown Trail

Mike Wicentowich shared these photos of musician Peter Makortoff’s weekly street music performance in the 1400 block of Columbia Avenue in Trail. Makortoff, a well known Trail musician, puts on a show every Wednesday from 7:30 to 9 p.m. much to the delight of his neighbours and residents. Photo: Mike Wicentowich.
Kimberley Cutler to weave Rossland’s mountain mindscapes into 7S promotional stickers. Photo: Submitted

Learning Centre sticks to Trail talent and invests in a collaborative future

Trail artist Kimberley Cutler and Seven Summits alumna partners with former school

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Kimberley Cutler to weave Rossland’s mountain mindscapes into 7S promotional stickers. Photo: Submitted
Nadine Tremblay in The Bailey Theatre pre-pandemic. “I so look forward to welcoming audiences into the space,” she told the Times earlier this week. Photo: Trail Times

Trail arts council receives financial boost

The Trail and District Arts Council has $31,000 through the Arts and Culture Resilience Supplement

Nadine Tremblay in The Bailey Theatre pre-pandemic. “I so look forward to welcoming audiences into the space,” she told the Times earlier this week. Photo: Trail Times
VISAC staff Mena McGill prepping art box contents in the Rossland museum, which donated their space when the community centre VISAC is housed in, was closed for the holidays. Photo: Submitted

Gallery offers ArtBoxes and Art PenPals for Greater Trail seniors

VISAC Gallery has come up with a creative way to reach out to seniors stuck at home because of COVID

VISAC staff Mena McGill prepping art box contents in the Rossland museum, which donated their space when the community centre VISAC is housed in, was closed for the holidays. Photo: Submitted
Royal Theatre owner/operator Lisa Milne welcomes Greater Trail residents back to a new and wondrous entertainment experience. Go online to book a ticket at royaltheatretrail.com.  Photo: Jim Bailey.

Covid intermission reels in new era for Kootenay moviehouse

COVID safe, the newly renovated Royal Theatre in Trail welcomes patrons back to the movies

Royal Theatre owner/operator Lisa Milne welcomes Greater Trail residents back to a new and wondrous entertainment experience. Go online to book a ticket at royaltheatretrail.com.  Photo: Jim Bailey.
Royal Theatre owner/operator Lisa Milne welcomes Greater Trail residents back to a new and wondrous entertainment experience. Go online to book a ticket at royaltheatretrail.com.  Photo: Jim Bailey.

Covid intermission reels in a new era for the Royal Theatre

COVID safe, the newly renovated Royal Theatre in Trail welcomes patrons back to the movies

Royal Theatre owner/operator Lisa Milne welcomes Greater Trail residents back to a new and wondrous entertainment experience. Go online to book a ticket at royaltheatretrail.com.  Photo: Jim Bailey.