About Graham Ord
Graham, in short, is the dude. He is a key contributor & organizer of events, articles, and the direction of TribeHouse. He started the monthly Katalyst Artist Gatherings and is an all around good guy with a thick, thick, British accent. You can hear his tunes and find out more about this international man of mystery on his website: http://grahamord.com And now, for the official bio… Singer songwriter Graham Ord has garnered respect internationally as a fine musician and engaging communicator. His live performances are always passionate and compelling leaving audiences wanting more. Graham has released seven solo CD’s to date together with several collaborative projects which have attracted accolades from around the world. He has also written and produced music for several other successful artists and has composed scores for short film and narratives. His production work with Cheryl Bear has won seven major awards to date including ‘Single of the year‘ at the Aboriginal People’s choice awards in Winnipeg. His instrumental collaboration entitled ‘CHILL’ was nominated for a Shai award (Canada’s peoples choice music awards) for instrumental CD of the year. Graham now works as a full time musician and recording artist based out of Kelowna B.C. Canada.
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Adam Dickens is a photographer and designer based in London, working in the UK, East Africa and Asia. Adam Dickens’ design work is very well known in the UK having built websites and created print materials for many well known companies and organisations there. Adam mainly uses his own photographs in his design work too. Although [...]Continue Reading
Our home is often a place where teens come and hangout and invariably the musical instruments come out and various songs are shared. It was during one of these sessions that the idea came to offer teens an opportunity to be mentored in the art and skill of song writing and performance. Teen Songwriters are [...]Continue Reading
On Friday October 18th 2013 Tribehouse collaborated with Inn from the cold to host a very special evening of the arts at St Michael’s Cathedral to raise awareness and funds for the Inn from the Cold shelter. The beautiful venue was packed with supporters and the entertainment and Arts were first rate. Thanks to everyone [...]Continue Reading
We are pleased to announce that the new season for Katalyst will begin on Thursday September 5th. (and every first Thursday of the month till next spring) For our season opener we have asked an array of singer songwriters to share a song and talk a bit about the inspiration and motivation behind them. It [...]Continue Reading
With only a week to go before we host our 4th annual Lille Gard Festival we are in the crazy last stages of organizational chaos that everyone who has ever planned a big event will know all about. Have we contacted everyone? What have we forgotten? The hundreds of small details are like having a hundred helium-filled [...]Continue Reading
TribeHouse is proud to partner with Bowl of Hope in hosting an all-day pottery workshop with potter Chericce Bermel. The day will include handbuilding and wheel throwing, and the cost includes clay, firing and glazing. 10am -4pm $65 pre-register Venue: TribeHouse Center 4485 Sallows Road. S.E. Kelowna V1W 4C2 Canada Tickets from: Event management for [...]Continue Reading
Dance has an amazing way of bringing together people of all ages and back-grounds. This UK initiative based in Bristol called “Love Dance” is exploring ways of building community through dancing together. We love the creative inclusion of live music and painting as a part of the experience too. . Love Dance . from Isabelle [...]Continue Reading
Jimmy Balfour is a native of Kelowna BC who is arguably one of the most creative musicians in the Okanagan Valley. His latest CD is passionate and raw, full of imagery and artistry and is perhaps made even more interesting by the fact that he is often joined on stage by his wife Nikki Balfour [...]Continue Reading
The first recording I ever bought was an obscure single by the band 10cc called ‘Art for Art’s sake’ (money for God’s sake). I was about 14 years old at the time. As an adult I have often thought about what drew me to that song. It seems kind of weird given that it really [...]Continue Reading
I first met David Vandas 8 or 9 years ago when I was living in Vancouver B.C. He struck me then as astute passionate young man with an incredible talent to produce quality video and movies. Over the years David and his wife Anna, who herself is also a fine musician and visual artist, have [...]Continue Reading
Katalyst Art Gatherings with special guest Lane Merrifield
November 03 2014
The next Katalyst Art Gathering will feature the creative entrepreneur Lane Merrifield.
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Featured ArtistTribeHouse compilation to benefit the Homeless
InnCluded a music compilation to benefit those without a home.
Tribehouse has put together a fine music compilation to benefit “Inn From The Cold” homeless shelter in Kelowna BC.
The project is called InnCluded and…
Adam Dickens – TAKING PICTURES, CHANGING LIVES
Adam Dickens is a photographer and designer based in London, working in the UK, East Africa and Asia.