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August 16, 2022 - People's Choice Award Winners Announced!
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Media Releases & Image Gallery
- Feb 25, 2021: Sooke Fine Arts Show Remains Virtual for 2021
- May 12, 2021: Jury Selected For Major Island Art Show; Submissions Underway
- June 30, 2021: Sooke Arts Organizations Collaborate on Outdoor Art Event
- July 27, 2021: Sooke Fine Arts Show Announces 2021 Award Winners
- Aug, 5, 2021: Sooke Fine Arts Show Wraps Up with the 2021 People’s Choice Award Winner
- Mar 16, 2020: Submissions Underway For Major Island Art Show
- Mar 27, 2020: Sooke Fine Arts Society Considers Virtual Fine Arts Show For 2020
- July 2, 2020: Sooke Fine Arts—On(line) With the Show!
- July 12, 2020: Sooke Fine Arts Show opens with stay-at-home gala
- July 28, 2020: Sooke Fine Arts Show—there’s still room for art in the social distance!
Sooke Fine Arts Show 2017
(Shaw TV Feature)
Sooke Fine Arts Society Legacy Sculpture Installation (Shaw TV Feature)
Sooke Fine Arts Show – Student Art – 2019 Youth Art Gallery
Sooke Fine Arts Show 2016 (Shaw TV Feature)
Sooke Fine Arts Show 25th
To gain some insight into the Sooke Fine Arts Show’s long history, from its ambitious beginnings to the world-class exhibition it is today, take a look at this wonderful video produced by Lovett Pictures for the 25th-anniversary celebration in 2011. It truly takes a community!
Efren from Exhibit-V paid us a generous visit during out 2014 Artist Celebration, with sections of our awards ceremony, artist interviews and a virtual video tour of a sizable portion of the show!
Bringing the Show to Life
Bringing the show to life: four weeks of setting up compressed into six minutes, at the 2009 Sooke Fine Arts Show.
“Disorder is easier to achieve than order.” – Three days of take-down in just one minute.
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The Sooke Fine Arts Society respectfully acknowledges the territory of the T’Sou-ke First Nation, upon whose land we gather in celebration of the arts.