Rough Bay by Chris Hurst (Terra Exhibition)

Rough Bay by Chris Hurst (Terra Exhibition)

From Chris: Photography for me is a process of paying close attention to where the world catches my eye and heart. I like the foggy Sointula mornings that change our beach views and add an element of mystery to the day. The Rough Bay scene caught for just a second...
Pocket Pebbles by Sheila Roote (Terra Exhibition)

Pocket Pebbles by Sheila Roote (Terra Exhibition)

From Sheila Living on an island wrapped with a shoreline of water worn rocks, I am unable to resist the temptation of pocketing a few eye-catching ones during my daily dog walks.  We make quite the pair with my dog, Pippin, dashing about in all directions chasing...
Meet Micheal – our Summer Museum Coordinator!

Meet Micheal – our Summer Museum Coordinator!

When visitors arrive at our museum, most likely the first person they meet is Micheal. With his deep roots in Sointula as a fifth-generation descendant of the island’s original settlers, Micheal brings a unique and personal touch to every interaction. His extensive...
Terra Exhibition Launch!

Terra Exhibition Launch!

On July 1st, 2024 we launched the second in a series of four month-long art exhibitions celebrating Malcolm Island’s natural history and heritage. Terra, on view from July 1st to 31st, showcases works from six Malcolm Island artists, each exploring our...
Interview with Kathleen Blohm, Oceana Exhibition

Interview with Kathleen Blohm, Oceana Exhibition

Kathleen Blohm – June Artist Spotlight Oceana is on view from June 1st to 30th, showcasing works from nine Malcolm Island artists, each exploring the ocean’s beauty, its inhabitants, and the intricate relationship between the sea and our island community....
Interview with Dan Hillert, Oceana Exhibition

Interview with Dan Hillert, Oceana Exhibition

Dan Hillert- June Artist Spotlight Oceana is on view from June 1st to 30th, showcasing works from nine Malcolm Island artists, each exploring the ocean’s beauty, its inhabitants, and the intricate relationship between the sea and our island community. Throughout...