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TribeHouse Christmas Compilation

TribeHouse Christmas Compilation Vol. 1

Posted: Sunday, December 2nd, 2012

Local Singer / Songwriters Collaborate on Christmas Compilation to Benefit Kelowna Food Bank. Most of us of us have a selection of Christmas tunes to help celebrate the festive season. Everyone from James Taylor to The Smashing Pumpkins has put out great versions of Christmas songs however not many of us have songs from great […]

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Fuel Radio peeks backstage at the festival

Posted: Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Our friend Rod Janz (who runs a blog called Fuel Radio where he connects and features all kinds of artists / authors and others) showed up at Lille Gard Festival a couple of weeks ago and captured some backstage stories and interviews with some of the performing artists like Chris Janzen, Nuuka, Joshua Smith, and […]

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Lille Gard Fest 2012

Lille Gard 2012 Fest Highlights

Posted: Thursday, July 5th, 2012

The 3rd annual Lille Gard 2012 was intense: an experimental gathering of artists & activists leaving plenty of room for spontaneous interaction and inspiration. There was a brand new stage built for the event (which we had to evacuate on Saturday in order to avoid getting struck by lightning), over 40 artists from as far as […]

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Lille Gard Fest Streamed Live

Lille Gard Fest streamed live

Posted: Friday, June 29th, 2012

*UPDATE: The festival is now over – we’ll have footage for you to see soon. Thanks to the brilliant work of technology and the Streaming Cafe, we are streaming the entire Lille Gard Festival live online right here. For the full story of the festival, go ahead and scope out the Lille Gard website: http://lillegardfestival.com […]

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Don’t expect applause

Posted: Wednesday, April 25th, 2012

Another very cool blog thought by (marketing guru and best selling author) Seth Godin worth sharing. The original article can be found here and relates to the topic of artists having an agenda. As usual, would love to hear your thoughts on this in the comments below. Accept applause, sure, please do. But when you expect applause, when […]

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Are all artists self-taught?

Posted: Monday, April 16th, 2012

Here’s a thought for the day from Seth Godin’s blog (thanks to Jane Eamon for passing this along). Curious if you agree or not? “Techniques and skill and even a point of view are often handed down, formally or not. It’s easier to get started if you’re taught, of course. But art, the new, the […]

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DIVERSABILITY

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Every month, Streaming Cafe displays the works from different kinds of artists from the Okanagan. For the month of April, Cool Arts will be featured with a show called “Diversability”. The works will be on display from April 5th-30th and there will be an opening on Wednesday, Aprill 11th at the Streaming Cafe (596 Leon Ave.) from 5 – […]

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Shane Koyczan

What Lady Gaga and Shane Koyczan have in common

Posted: Tuesday, March 20th, 2012

I hate to admit it, but last night I watched Oprah’s interview with Lady Gaga. (DISCLAIMER – it was only with half of my brain because the other half was busy building a website (does it still count?). I actually thought it was really interesting to find out some history about this meat-wearing, controversial-magnet, non-house-owning […]

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Can an artist with an agenda still be authentic?

Posted: Tuesday, March 13th, 2012

Last night at the Katalyst artist gathering, Zachari Smith shared some thoughts and songs on the topic of activism. Some of his songs, in fact, are so offensive that people have walked out in the middle of shows. One of his tunes, Storehouses, pokes at Mitsubishi where he asks “…is there anybody here that can […]

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Inspired Art Marketing

Inspired Art Marketing: tools for navigating the marketing monsters

Posted: Tuesday, February 28th, 2012

We’re very excited to announce the very first TribeHouse Toolbox Series. Inspired Art Marketing is a 2 part workshop for visual artists needing tools to navigate the marketing monsters. Carrie Harper and TribeHouse Collective present ‘Inspired Art Marketing’ for visual Artists. Thursday March 8th and Thursday March 29th from 6:30-8:30 at Bottega Farm Inn. Are you […]

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