The Fretless

The Fretless come to Rossland January 23, 2023.

Get your tickets today!

Sitka String Quartet

Come see the Queen’s of Strings

February 24, 2023

In The Moment Gallery

Relive the In The Moment Visual Art Exhibition in our online gallery.


RCAC Holiday Closure

The RCAC staff and Board will be taking a break beginning December 23, 2022. We look forward to coming back re-energized January 3, 2023.

We hope you have a wonderful holiday!

Art in the Attic

Art in the Attic returns to the Lily May Room beginning January 4, 2023! Artists are invited to bring their current projects and supplies and enjoy some company while they work on Wednesday evenings between 7pm and 8:30pm.

Register for your spot as space is limited!

Youth Winter Colouring Contest

Rossland and area youth artists are invited to enter the RCAC Winter Colouring Contest!

Enter here.

Entries Close January 3.

Performance Series is Back!

We’ve had an amazing start to our annual performance series. Tickets are available for the two remaining performances taking place in the New Year. Check our events page for more info!

For Arts & Culture

An Expression of Our Community

Welcome to our new site! We are thrilled to be working toward making this a functional space for you to access information and tickets for upcoming events, call for artists, and other news! We appreciate your understanding and patience as we continue to update.

The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture was founded in 1998, by a group of artists who recognized a need to promote and grow the arts & culture sector in Rossland. Our goal to ‘enhance lifestyles through creative expression’ is achieved by providing year-round, diverse and accessible arts and culture programming and events.

Support for the RCAC comes from many different areas of the community – our members, volunteers, and sponsors. We are acutely aware that without your support, the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture would not be the force we are today.

Winter Colouring Contest

Calling all youth artists for submissions!

The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) invites Rossland and area youth to participate in this year’s colouring contest!

This year we are excited to bring you four colouring page options! The pictures were created by local artists Sammy and Addy.

Colour one picture or colour them all! You do not have to participate in the contest component to enjoy colouring these pictures in!

Instructions for Colouring Contest:

1. Pick a picture (or two or three or four)
2. Colour your picture
3. take a photo of your coloured picture
4a. Fill in the online submission form
4b. If you do not have access to a computer please contact Meghan at 403-968-7019 (call or text)
5. Keep your artwork and enjoy it at home!
                                                                                                                             Prizes will be announced in early January!

The RCAC would like to thank in advance, the BC Arts Council and BC Gaming Commission for making this project possible! These funders provide exceptional opportunities for unique, creative emerging and established artists to showcase their work in our community. Without their support, this event could not take place.

Deadline for submissions is January 3, 2023.

For more info please contact

Youth Colouring Contest Submission Form

Age Range
Please select age range of participating artist
Accepted file types: jpg, png, Max. file size: 300 MB.
Drop a copy of the coloured in picture here!
Do you agree to let us share the attached image? Images may be shared on the RCAC's social media and website

Funding Partners and Sponsors

The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture sources the majority of its funding from Provincial, Regional and Municipal sources. The RCAC would like to thank our current funding partners for their support.

Every year the RCAC identifies grants which we are eligible to apply for that can be used to fund our programs. The amount of money these funding partners have to distribute each year is limited and there is often competition for these funds from other non-profit societies.

Over the years the RCAC has developed skills in grant writing, and learned how to strengthen our applications to improve the probability of being awarded funds. One of the ways we do this is by showing that a portion of the budgeted program revenues comes from non-provincial, regional or municipal sources. The RCAC also uses the earned and contributed revenues we generate to help fund our programs. These are seen by our funding partners as a measure of the success of our programming, and the level of support the RCAC receives from our community.

Contributed revenues are raised from local businesses and corporations who show their support for Arts and Culture in Rossland by sponsoring RCAC programs and events. Earned revenues are generated from ticket sales, workshop fees and membership dues.

The RCAC recognizes the importance of finding new ways to raise new sponsorship revenues, and at the same time look for opportunities to acknowledge sponsor’s support. With this in mind the RCAC launched a new and simplified sponsorship and recognition framework in Spring 2022.

Business sponsors are recognized on our website, in our monthly Newsletter, and in our downtown Kiosk. Sponsors also receive a RCAC Sponsor decal to display in the window of their business. If you are a local business and want to support the Arts in Rossland, by sponsoring the RCAC, please contact us at