A full week celebrating the arts with live performances in Tofino, Ucluelet and area. Dance workshops. FREE Tuff City Outdoor Concert, Performances in Tofino and Ucluelet on Canada Day, Celebration of Indigenous culture, Ballet Victoria, Pop Up Art Market, Kids Art Zone (throughout the summer), Local and guest performances.
The Ucluelet Artist Collective, featuring Carly Butler, Karla Strickland, Nelly Heyduck and Melissa Hardy - four very talented Ucluelet Artists will be show casing their art work at the Pacific Rim Arts Society Art Space, 250 Main Street (behind Zoe's Bakery - bright orange doors), July 1 - 8th, 2018 from 9am - 3pm daily. There work will be on display for sale, come by and show support for some of our local artist members!
Pacific Rim Arts Society is happy to contribute to Ucluelet's Canada Day
with entertainment from
Tofino - Ucluelet Choir
Come on out and join the celebration at Ucluelet's Village Green
Bottom of Main Street across from the Ucluelet Aquarium
Sunday July 1st - Celebrate Canada Day with your Community!
Pacific Rim Arts Society is pleased to once again bring you a family fun Outdoor Concert
Sunday July 1st, kicking off at 7pm
Tofino Village Green
An evening of family fun, entertainment and Awesome Music!
Come on out and Celebrate with your Communities!
Evening of the Arts
Tofino's Poet Laureate Joanna Streetly
Local Musician singer/songwriter Esther Celebrini
Doors Open at 7:00pm
Show Start 7:30pm
Tickets $15.00 online at EVENTBRITE.CA or at the Door
Cash Bar during intermission.
Spend an Afternoon at the Ballet
PRAS proudly presents Ballet Victoria
along with local Ucluelet-Tofino Dancers under the Direction of Sandra Hinder
Ucluelet Community Centre
500 Matterson Drive
Afternoon Matinee show time: 1:30pm
The Pacific Rim Arts Society presents a Pop Up ART SHOW / Market
Saturday July 7th and Sunday July 8th, 2018
9am - 3pm
250 Main Street, Parking Lot outside the PRAS office (behind Zoe's Bakery) (Behind CIBC)
Featuring the art works of
Giovi Corlazzoli - pottery
Dar Sword - pencil, charcoal, paint
Roxy Hurtubise - photography
Sheryl Sawchuck - paint
Steve Morey - wood work, carving
Kelly Deakin - pyrography
Come on out and support some of your Art Society Artist Members!
PRAS is excited and honored to present the
Indigenous Culture Crawl
Saturday July 7th 1:00 - 8:00pm
Workshops, Demonstrations, Performances
Cedar Weaving, Nuu-Chah-Nulth Language, drumming, dancing, songwriting
Lelala Dancers (you won't want to miss)
Tara Williamsons, Kalilah Rampanen and more.......
The Cultural Heritage Festival's goal is to explore and exhibit the various art forms that depict the West Coast Culture. By creating opportunities for interaction and cross-cultural understanding among the residents and visitors, we can share knowledge of the region's culture and history. The local rich JAPANESE CULTURE will be our next theme coming in MAY 2019. Specific Dates for this event will be announced!