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
We’re delighted to have the founders of Club Penguin join us for an informal evening of discussion, reminiscence and reflection based on their varied experiences, from the founding of one of the most popular Social Networks for children to its acquisition by Disney. Music by Urban Birds starting at 6pm with the discussion beginning at [...]Continue Reading
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Brenda Valnicek when we were working together on planning an interactive creative expression afternoon. I was inspired by her outlook on creativity and how after battling with some major health challenges she resolved to allow herself to be more expressive especially in the Arts. Here is her story [...]Continue Reading
One of the 10 artists who performed at the TEN-TEN-TEN event at Bo.ttega Farm Inn was Todd Ramsay, Doctor of Animation, where he shared his story on how he got into this business of animation along with some of his brilliant creations. TEN-TEN-TEN was an experimental event held on May 24, 2012 at Bo.ttega Farm Inn. The concept [...]Continue Reading
Dylan Ranney shared some of his thoughts and sculptures including a 5-and-a-half foot tall metal robot named Roger made entirely with recycled material. This Kelowna-based UBCO grad is not only an incredible sculptor, painter, and musician (unfortunately he wasn’t able to whip out his killer drum chops during this presentation) but has some inspiring thoughts [...]Continue Reading
TribeHouse: Which artist do you admire most (and why)? Gord Whyte: I admire any person that has the desire to express themselves on a canvas. It takes courage to take your your deep feelings & heart and see it manifested on a canvas where anyone who views it either hates it or likes it. There is [...]Continue Reading
As one of the 10 artists who performed at the TEN-TEN-TEN event, artist Katie Brennan presented some thoughts on how art has the ability to impact culture in relation to issues of social justice. Along with sharing some of her personal pieces, she highlighted a few provocative artists like Ai Weiwei who ”expresses himself and organizes people through [...]Continue Reading
It never ceases to amaze me how thin the line is that I walk on as a singer/songwriter. I can be going along concert after concert thinking that my confidence is great, timing is sharp, I am feeling connected to my audiences and what I do is important and then wham… it hits me out [...]Continue Reading
A couple of months ago we hosted “A conversation with Paul Young” (AKA William P. Young) at Bottega Farm Inn which had an emphasis on how his book, The Shack, had such a massive impact on so many people around the world. Paul calls this accidental success “one of God’s biggest jokes” and talked about the journey [...]Continue Reading
Lille Gard Festival June 28 – 30th 2013
June 28 2013
Tribehouse Artist Collective is proud to be hosting our 4th Lille Gard…
- lunette de vue ray ban: I cannot thank you enough for the blog article.Really looking forward to read more. Really...
- Janice Clark: The longing for personal connection in community yet the fear of vulnerability is what keeps us from...
- Mary Anne Bale: thank you…it is beautiful..listening to it here in Africa.
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…
These Fighting Times – Interview with Corey Doak
We caught up with award winning singer/songwriter Corey Doak and asked him to fill us in on his latest CD project entitled “These fighting times”.
TribeHouse (TH): Can you describe…