The annual qathet Studio Tour will be held the last weekend in August (Sat & Sun Aug 27 & 28), from10am-4pm. With 29 venues and over 40 participating artists – some venues hosting multiple artists – it’s a great way for art-makers and art lovers to meet and exchange ideas, and of course sell some of the exciting new art produced on the upper Sunshine Coast of British Columbia, Canada. Each year we welcome hundreds of eager visitors into our homes and studios to see where the magic happens.
Partner with qathet Studio Tour by becoming a tour sponsor!
Your small sponsorship fee shows you support local artist-entrepreneurs via our 2,000+ copies of a full-colour foldout brochure, online promotion via our website with our sponsorship dedicated webpage, as well as through our social media.
If you would like to sponsor the 2022 qathet Studio Tour or to volunteer in any way, please contact Lorna at firstname.lastname@example.org
The 2022 qathet region Studio Tour will feature these 29 venues
Anna May Bennett – Turadh fine art ( & various artists)
Amplitude Arts (various artists)
Annie Robinson & Joshua deGroot
Haley Hunt-Brondwin & Lauren Everall
Cranberry Seniors’ Centre:
Featuring Janet Southcott, Joyce Furness, Katie McLean & Helena Pedersen
Megan Dulcie Dill
Patricia Letterpress Group (various artists)
Powell River Fine Arts Association (various artists)
Teresa Ann Harwood-Lynn
Tidal Art Centre (various artists)
Tim Poole & Maggie Poole
Wendy Drummond – Three Stone Soup
Here’s a look at last year’s tour, as a reference.
View the 2021 qathet Studio Tour Brochure here.
(3.4 MB pdf, printable, double-sided original 11×17″ but scalable to legal sized) – this brochure was istributed via the Powell River Peak mid August, as well as distributed to many businesses and to organizations such as the Powell River Visitors Centre, at Artique and The Art Centre Public Art Gallery.
Take a look at the 2021 Tour’s Virtual Studio Tour videos for inspiration!
About the qathet Region
BC Ferries (2 ferry terminals in our area are Saltery Bay and Little River)
We are honoured to live, work and play on traditional lands of the Tla’Amin First Nation.