The Arthouse on Mill Street presents Harmony, Music and Colour in Concert on April 21 with art by Carrielynn Victor and music by Inez Point (pictured). (Submitted photo)

Harmony, music and colour at Arthouse in Chilliwack

The Arthouse presents a concert on April 21 with art by Carrielynn Victor and music by Inez Point

The Arthouse presents Harmony, Music and Colour in Concert on April 21 with art by Carrielynn Victor and music by Inez Point.

Victor, a local visual artist, will share her stories and inspiration that has led to her most recent works before and during the show. Point will perform her musical artistry in an intimate acoustic style.

Victor is an artist, fisher, plant harvester and medicines practitioner whose work fuses ancestral knowledge and a deep connection to her culture with contemporary techniques and styles. Her practice considers gender and sexuality, community, interconnectedness, land and sustainability. She has been active as an artist for over a decade

Point is a registered nurse, mother of two and a nationally recognized role model; as dedicated to realizing her own dreams as she is to inspiring others to reach for theirs. She is an award-winning pop artist with powerhouse talent and universal appeal. As one of Canada’s top aboriginal musicians, her blending of traditional native sounds with a love for contemporary pop music has brought the best of her culture to the mainstream world.

Vita Bella Bistro will host a cash bar and provide light snacks for sale. The engaging Trevor McDonald will emcee.

Harmony, Music and Colour in Concert is Friday, April 21 at 6:45 p.m. at The Arthouse on Mill Street (2-9360 Mill St.).

Tickets: $15 or two for $25 (plus tax). Tickets can be purchased at The Arthouse, online at thearthouseonmill.com, or at the door.

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