Virtual arts centre

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For more, visit The Virtual Arts Center.

With the spread of COVID-19 shutting down arts centres, concert venues and other performances, we wanted to provide something for artists and residents to continue to share and consume the works created by the many talented people in our community.

Inspired by the moving clips of Italians singing to each other from their balconies, and lacking balconies or acceptable weather to do the same in Prince Albert, we’ve launched our virtual arts centre.

If you’re a singer, actor, musician, painter, writer, photographer or artist of any type, we’d like to give you this venue to show your work.

This is our way of helping to build community in this time of social distancing and continue to support and focus on what makes Prince Albert and area great.

To submit, email or Write-ups are welcome to explain a bit about your art and who you are! Anything we can run in print (i.e. visual art, stories, poems) will run in print as well as online.