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Meeting Minutes

December 15, 2010

November 17, 2010

October 20, 2010

January 20, 2010

February 17, 2010

March 17, 2010

April 21, 2010

May 19, 2010

June 16, 2010

Posting Guidelines

Welcome members!  This is where you may post information about your group’s upcoming events.  In order for your information to be published, it’s important that you have included the following information:

-What the event, workshop, meeting is all about



-How much it costs

-How to register

-Must include a contact person to whom questions may be directed (including a phone number and/or email address)

 To submit an article:

1. Select ‘My Blog Dashboard’ under the ‘Manage Your Blog’ heading

2. Select the ‘Write New Entry’ tab (green tab).  Fill in your article’s title in the appropriate box and then your information in the text box below it.  

3. You may add photos (JPEG format) by selecting ‘Images and Documents’ on the right hand menu. 

4. Finally, click on ‘Save’ and voila!  You have submitted your article!  (Please note that your article must be approved by the editor before being posted).

 Please note that approved articles will be included in the Weekly Arts Update which is an automatically generated e-newsletter sent to the Arts Council contact who are registered to recieve it.  This e-newsletter is sent Tuesdays at 1pm (PST).  In order to ensure your information is included with the current weeks’s e-newsletter, it is recommended that articles be submitted no later than Tuesdays at 8am.

Art that Moves You


The Art That Moves You program is one of the most rewarding programs we deliver because the project focuses on public art and increasing the accessibility of art for the residents of Fort St. John. The program places original paintings by local artists on the sides of city transit buses, where advertising panels usually are located. The Art That Moves You panels will circulate on city buses from May through September.

Each year we produce bookmarks from the previous year’s panel images and distribute them during Arts and Culture Week in April. The bookmarks are free to the public and are available at the Fort St. John Public Library.