Opus Resource Library
Art Brings Us Together 2022 Recipients
Opus Resource Library

Thank you for your support!

Thanks to the amazing support of our community, we are delighted to announce that we have exceeded our fundraising goal. As a result, we will be awarding 10 deserving art organizations with a $1000 Opus Gift Card each. We are proud to present the list of winning organizations that were chosen by our community through their votes.

Vernon Community Arts Centre
The Arts Centre offers arts education and studio space for individuals and groups to create and explore various artistic mediums, including pottery, printmaking, painting, drawing, glass arts, fibre arts, and digital arts. The Centre also provides programs for local school groups, corporate agencies, and individuals with diverse abilities.

Langley Fine Arts School

A public elementary school in Fort Langley.
They cater a program that aims to develop aesthetic intelligence through a variety of art forms, including Visual Arts, Literary Arts, Dance, Drama, and Music, while providing a comprehensive education for students.

Arts Council of Ladysmith
The Arts Council of Ladysmith and District (ACLD) and Ladysmith Waterfront Gallery (LAG) provide comprehensive visual arts opportunities and experiences to bring together artists and art lovers of all styles and mediums through monthly exhibitions, education classes, and rental space for private art shows and events.

North Shore Artists’ Guild

The North Shore Artists' Guild, founded in 1947, aims to promote original art in the form of paintings and develop member artists through demonstrations, workshops, and exhibitions while focusing on community and making charitable donations to promote art outside the NSAG.

Kamloops School of the Arts

KSA is committed to providing research-based, arts-driven education to increase students' success by connecting them to their interests and passions, fostering an inclusive and supportive school culture, and providing academic rigor through a unique and welcoming educational environment. The school's teaching staff consists of professional artist-teachers, and the curriculum embraces First Peoples principles of learning and aboriginal worldviews.

Port Moody Art Centre
PoMoArts is a non-profit cultural hub in Port Moody offering over 350 arts classes to students of all ages and a contemporary art gallery showcasing established and emerging artists in the community.

North Vancouver Island Art Society

NVIAS -The North Vancouver Island Artists Society is comprised of many artists distributed over a number of communities.

Port Moody Art Association

The Port Moody Art Association, founded in 1967, has a maximum of 100 members and has been involved in many activities over the years, including shows, trips to galleries, and parades, among others. They have kept their high standards and integrity throughout the years, and each November, they hold a popular event where visitors from the Tri-Cities and Metro Vancouver attend to enjoy new original paintings and meet the artists.

Art Focus Artist Association

The Port Coquitlam Art Association aims to promote visual arts through exhibits and shows, facilitate skill development, and share resources with other art and culture groups in the community.

Artists’ Co-op (Prince George)
The Prince George Local Artists' Co-op, a non-profit organization that provides a space for local artists to gather and share their talents through classes and other activities, has expanded to offer online classes in addition to its on-site ones due to the Covid-19 pandemic.