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MISSA 2022 Summer Program at Shawnigan Lake

Fri. July 29th - Fri. August 12th @  Art Workshops: MISSA at Shawnigan Lake School Shawnigan Lake BC (No Minors)
Workshops: 9 am - 4 pm daily
Opening: Friday 29th July 2022
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Presented by: MISSA
MISSA is your destination of choice for a creative getaway! The MISSA Summer Program offers transformational learning experiences through instruction by a local, national and international faculty of practicing artists. Workshops are designed for professional artists, teachers and serious adult students. Participants have options to stay on or off campus. Course fees include daytime meals (lunch and snacks) and supply fees are unique to each course. Breakfast and dinner are included in the accommodation cost. Courses run 9 am – 4 pm each day. You can take one course or back to back courses, in 2 or 5 day formats. Plan your summer and enjoy the many offerings of the MISSA 2022 Summer Program @ Shawnigan Lake! (July 29 - August 12).

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Heather Midori Yamada

artist/ teacher of contemplative approaches to art making using mixed media means including Japanese hand made washi papers in collage, printmaking and mixed media canvasses and banners. Influenced by practises- yoga, meditation, buddhism, ikebana, shodo... more info

Eunmi Conacher (Fine Artist)

EUNMI CONACHER, BFA, AFCA I am a Vancouver Island artist. I attended Hong-Ik University in Seoul, Korea, graduating with a BFA degree. I became an active member of The Federation of Canadian Artists in 2008, and an associate member in 2015. I describe myself as a contemporary impressionist & expressionist artist. My desire is to create paintin... more info

Yvonne Blomer

Yvonne Blomer has published three collections of poetry and co-edited Poems from Planet Earth (Leaf Press) an anthology out of the Planet Earth Poetry reading series. Her poems have appeared in Forcefield: 77 BC Women Poets (Mother Tongue Press) as well as in The Best Canadian Poetry in English (Tightrope Books) and A Crystal Though Which Love Pass... more info
Articles: Yvonne Blomer: the City's Poet

Kocassale Dioubate (innovative world fusion w/ deep west african roots)

Kocassale Dioubate, from the Mandingo (or Malinke) tribe of Guinea, West Africa, is a descendant of his tribe’s ‘djeliba’ (also known as griots) – traditional story-tellers, entertainers, musicians, praise singers, counselors, and mediators: those who keep and preserve the tribe’s oral history and tradition, known to have deep connections... more info
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The Cowichan Valley Regional District is a broad geographic region stretching from the Malahat to North Oyster and from the Cowichan Lake to Thetis Island.

The region's artists are represented by 5 sub-regional arts councils with support from the CVRD Arts and Culture Division