Support our Programs

As a non-profit organization and registered charity, the Sooke Fine Arts Society depends on contributions from the community to produce the Sooke Fine Arts Show. Thanks to the support of our volunteers, sponsors, donors and advertisers, our mission of promoting regional artists and nurturing an interest in the arts throughout the wider community is brought to life each year.

To support the show or specific programs and funds, please choose from the online donation forms below or contact us at sfas@sookefinearts.com or 250-642-7256. Cheques can also be made out to:

Sooke Fine Arts Society
PO Box 471
Sooke, BC   V9Z 1H4

Charitable tax receipts will be mailed for donations above $10.

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Youth Art Scholarship Donation

The Youth Arts Scholarship fund was established in 2014 to assist young artists in pursuing post-secondary studies in the arts, and has been made possible through private donations and events. We look forward to making higher education in the arts accessible to many more talented young artists.

Your donation will go toward a young artist's education through the Sooke Fine Arts Youth Scholarship, a $750 purse awarded annually to a graduating high school student to pursue post-secondary studies in the arts. Help give the means and the confidence to young talent, and support the next generation of artists!

All donations above $10 are eligible for a charitable tax receipt from the Sooke Fine Arts Society (R852375765RR0001).

All donations above $100 will be recognized in the annual Sooke Fine Arts Show catalogue, and on our website, provided the donor does not request anonymity.

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Yes! I want to support the Jan Johnson Social Commentary Award:

Jan Johnson

Jan Johnson was a long-time Sooke Fine Arts Show exhibitor and volunteer, known for metal sculptures that used powerful symbols and mythical figures to expose injustice and reveal the frailties of human nature.

Born in Wyoming on a cattle ranch, Jan turned to art after serving in the Vietnam war. Jan’s voracious reading of religion, philosophy, poetry and economics underpinned the often-complex themes of his work; and his ever-present sense of humour would in turn soften the harshness of his commentary, or lend it a searing irony. He created pieces that were in turn poignant, painful, satirical and whimsical.

Prior to his passing in November 2011, Jan and wife Mary Alice conceived of an award to encourage artists to explore the use of social commentary in their work. The $500 prize has been awarded annually to Sooke Fine Arts Show artists whose work makes a statement about human society and the thorns of our shared existence.

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