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Board members needed for PMACS

The Port Moody Arts Centre Society is looking for up to five new board members for the coming year.

Rebel Haunt outside of PMAC

Port Moody's Rebel Haunt theatre company will host a benefit show outside the PoMo Arts Centre (PMAC) next week. The troupe will be outside the facility (2425 St. John's St.) at 7:30 p.m.

Kemp named as PMAC ceramic leader

James Kemp is the new ceramic artist-in-residence at PMAC.

One-night art exhibit at Doug College

An art exhibit featuring the work of people with mental health issues will be featured for one-night only, on Thursday, at Coquitlam's Douglas College campus.

Young Actors' Project goes live

Students from the Young Actors Project will show their short films and stage plays at Port Moody's Inlet Theatre on Saturday. The flicks include The Detention, a sitcom, and Deadly Vision, a high school thriller.

Lots of local wins at provincials

The Coastal Sound Youth Choir, under the direction of Carrie Tennant, won a choral section at the BC Performing Arts in Nanaimo this week.

Sally's Art up at PMPL

Artwork from students of Sally's Art Studio is up this month at the Port Moody Public Library. PoMo artist Salomeh "Sally" Honarmand opened her Heritage Mountain facility last year and teaches classes to all ages and levels.

Famous Indian musician to perform

A famous Indian musician will be in Coquitlam this month to take part in a classical vocal concert with the Pandit Jasraj School of Music Foundation.

Cast of Rydell High at ECC

The students of Port Coquitlam's Broadway Bound will dance and sing in the popular musical Grease next week.

Daniels steps down

ArtsConnect is without an executive director. Helen Daniels quit the top job March 31 after more than a decade with the local arts council, a non-profit group that's funded by Tri-City municipalities and the provincial government.