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Su Aug 11
12:00 – 7:30 PM

12:00 PM  Giorgio Magnanensi & Stefan Smulovitz

12:30 PM  Mitote

1:30 PM  Ashwell Woodland

2:00 PM Immix

2:45 PM  Khotin

3:45 PM  IVVY

4:45 PM  Huggy Pillow

5:45 PM  RAMZi


Yellowhouse Art Centre
2517 Sturdies Bay Rd



All ages

Children and youth free

The venue has two bathrooms, one is wheelchair accessible, and new wheelchair paths throughout the site, but the grounds are still “natural”, so be prepared if you have mobility concerns around gravel/rocky terrain. Let us know if there are ways we can help! There are all types of places to sit and stand. Please feel free to bring support for your back as well as low chairs.

We have added additional shade structures but please be prepared for August heat! Earplugs will be available at the merch table.  

Watch a FREE livestream of this event

Yellowhouse Slow Concert Stage – Sunday

Where the magic happens! Our slow concert stage at the Yellowhouse Art Centre is the hub for our summer festival. Join us here for live performances with:

Giorgio Magnanensi Stefan Smulovitz


Ashwell Woodland




Huggy Pillow



Also at the Yellowhouse Slow Concert Stage:

Enjoy live video art by Light World , ephemeral objects, and Saghiaa on our CRT television sculptures. Participate in Roksan Kohen Parfitt's Interactive art installation, Weaving for Healing: where we will honour the legacy of the late Indigenous matriarch Karen Charlie by using her looms to create meaningful weavings. This work offers an opportunity to engage in a therapeutic and culturally enriching practice, fostering connection to the land you are on and personal reflection.

Indoors at the Yellowhouse Art Centre:

Local Galiano Youth - Visual Art Exhibition

George Rahi - frequencies

Paperwave + Gistovit - Modular Movement

Schema Drift - Local Quanta


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We're grateful to collaborate and produce on the shared, stolen, unceded, ancestral and traditional territories of Penelakut, Lamalcha, Hwitslum and other Hul’qumi’num speaking peoples, as well as the ceded territories of Tsawwassen First Nation, on what is now known as Galiano Island, British Columbia. We recognize the complex impacts that hosting settlers and non-settlers has on the Indigenous land and peoples of this area, and we aim to be responsible and accountable for these impacts and our footprint—whether cultural, environmental or social.

We acknowledge the generous support of our partners and funders:

LEÑA Artist Residency  Yellowhouse Art Centre  CRD Arts & Culture Support Service  Galiano Island Parks & Recreation  British Columbia Arts Council  Heritage Canada