Author: Paul Novitski

The Fernie Fix

It was fun to be profiled in the Fernie Fix here. Thanks to Hannah Griffin who tracked me down and did this interview. While we didn’t actually cross paths in the wilds of Ontario, she became a staff member at YMCA Camp Pinecrest where I used to work before I […]

Workshops for Youth Offered at Touchstones/’Wide Shot/Close Up’

Touchstones Nelson is offering workshops for youth aged 13-18 in conjunction with the current exhibit ‘Wide Shot/Close Up’. See the Nelson Star article here. Small or large groups from various schools or organizations are welcome as workshops will be customized based on the function of the group. For instance, theatre […]

Mir Peace Cafe – Art for Social Change

Thursday March 5th, 2015 – 7PM at Kootenay Studio Arts, 606 Victoria St, Nelson. Admission by Donation. Join filmmaker and educator, Amy Bohigian, to explore how art has been used to engender social change and peace in a variety of settings at the next Mir Peace Cafe called “Art for […]

Womaginarium – November 28th

Want a memorable night on the town while you support the Nelson and District Women’s Centre? Look no further. I have the honour of MC’ing this wonderful fundraiser which includes the great local talent of Slava Doval, Lisel Forst, Krista Lynch and Oxygen Orkestar. Friday, November 28th, 7PM at the […]

Opening and Artist Talk for Wide Shot/Close Up

Opening night was amazing! About 150 people came out to experience Wide Shot/Close Up. You’ll have to see and hear for yourself. The exhibit is up at Touchstones until February 15th. The Artist Talk is on Thursday November 20th at 7PM and the gallery is open that night.

Knowledge Network – Sneak Peek

I was invited to present one of the eleven stories from Dreamers and Dissidents at Knowledge Network’s Season Launch at the Vancity Theatre in Vancouver in September. As we put the final touches on this documentary, it was a real boost to see one of the stories on the big […]

Film Camp 2014

Three weeks of the Summer Film Camp has just wrapped up and there are now 48 more young filmmakers who have been super-charged and sent into the community with new filmmaking skills. We had many returning participants, including some 4, 5 and 6 year veterans of the film camp! The […]

ARTiculate Magazine

Margaret Tessman, the Editor of ARTiculate magazine, wrote this article for the Spring 2014 magazine. Margaret has been highlighting and supporting the artists around the Columbia Basin for years with her great work at the helm of this important magazine. She managed to captured the work of Watershed Productions so […]