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Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) was founded in 1998, by a group of artists who recognized a need to promote and grow the arts & culture sector in Rossland. The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture’s goal to ‘enhance lifestyles through creative expression’ is achieved by providing year-round, diverse and accessible arts and culture programming and events.
Rossland is a small and vibrant, sports and recreation centred community of 3700 people. It has an equally vibrant arts community of 150+ visual, performing and literary artists. Our vision is to make Rossland as well known for its arts and culture as it is for its sports and recreation.
On Saturday December 7 from 11AM to 3PM, Art Matters is reaching out to all community members alongside the Rekindle activities in downtown Rossland. Art Matters is a working group initiated by The Rossland Council for Arts & Culture (RCAC). Its goal is to provide strategic direction to guide the
As I am sure many of you are aware, Rossland lost power for a few hours last night. Due to the outage, the RCAC had to postpone the opening reception of the Life in the Kootenays Exhibition to Saturday, October 26. We invite you to join us to celebrate the
Move to the groove in your best hippie-wear this Halloween weekend! Go back in time to Woodstock with the Rossland Council for Arts and Culture (RCAC) as they present their 3rd annual Fundraiser Dance as an opener for their 15th annual Performance Series! Once again, we are excited to bring