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On until August 17 Lucie Chan and Marigold Santos: Attachments Richmond Art Gallery will present the work of Lucie Chan (Vancouver) and Marigold Santos (Montreal) in an exhibition entitled Attachments. Integral to their work is their fascination with drawing as a potent vehicle for storytelling.

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Guyanese-Canadian artist, Lucie Chan holds a BFA with distinction from ACAD University and a MFA from NSCAD University. She has shown nationally in group and solo exhibitions as well as completed artist-in-residence programs across Canada, and twice at ARTerra in Lobão da Beira, Portugal. She has been the recipient of numerous provincial and national grants and was long-listed twice for the Sobey Art Award (2005, 2010).

Marigold Santos pursues an inter-disciplinary art practice involving drawn and printed works, sculpture, animation and sound. She completed her BFA in Print at the University of Calgary in 2006, is a recipient of numerous awards, and has exhibited her work within Canada, United States and Japan. She currently resides in Montréal, QC, where she completed her MFA from Concordia University in 2011.

This event is for All Ages.

Disability access is available.

For More information Arts, Culture Heritage Phone: 604-276-4000 Email: communityservices@richmond.ca; Website: www.richmond.ca/culture/overview.

July 14 - 18 Acting Camp - Gateway Theatre Academy 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Gateway Theatre 6500 Gilbert Rd $300 For ages 8-10 For more information, please call 604-247-4975.

July 17 SFG at the Britannia Shipyard - Petunia The show will be outside on the grass for this part of The Shipyards Summer Music Series. Showtime 7 p.m.. Bring a seat or pillow. Rain or shine Britannia Shipyard 5180 Westwater Drive By donation.

July 17 - 26 Your Kontinent: Richmond Film Media Arts Festival

10 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily A 10-day community celebration of art, culture and community that brings film and media art into unexpected places. Explore Human Art Technology through a selection of 40+ international films, a diverse offering of media art installations and performances, as well as workshops, discussions, and summer camps for youth.

Richmond Cultural Centre 7700 Minoru Gate Tickets: www.ykfestival.ca or call 604.247.8323 Email: inquiry@ykfestival.ca

July 18 Theatre Under the Sky -Drive-In Theatre 6:30 - 11:30 p.m. Relive the drive-in movie magic at this family friendly outdoor movie event! Enjoy live music, micro theatre performances and a variety of art activities while watching the sunset, and prepare to be swept away by Hayao Miyazaki's academy award winning animation "Spirited Away" after dark. Tickets only $2 for bike-ins and walk-ins. Drive-in guests pay $15 per vehicle.

Location: Lansdowne Centre, 5300 No 3 Rd, Richmond, BC V6X 2X9 Website: http://ykfestival.ca/ event/theatre-under-the-sky/Email: inquiry@ykfestival.ca

July 18 - 20 A Midsummer Art's Dream 2D Exhibition Opening reception with live music, refreshments and meet and greet the artists July 18 from 6:00 -8:30 p.m., Saturday, July 19 10 a.m. -5 p.m, and Sunday July 20 10 a.m. -4 p.m. in the Annex at Thompson Community Centre.

Thompson Community Centre 5151 Granville Ave.

This event is free. Juried work from Richmond and beyond in both art and photography will be on display from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon July 18 -20, come and enjoy fabulous work and meet the artists at Thompson Community Centre.

This event is for all ages. Disability access is available.

For more information: The Community Arts Council of Richmond Email: richmondartscouncil@gmail.com Website: www.richmondartscouncil.org

July 20 Steveston Museum's Picnic in the Past: Styling the Past

12 - 4 p.m. Steveston Museum's Park 3811 Moncton St.

This event is Free. Come and get a free retro hairstyle from two experienced and fabulous stylists and sit beneath the trees to experience folk music from local favourites The Earbuds and the amazing talent of Ralph Shaw, King of the Ukulele. Kids will enjoy the heritage inspired crafts on offer.

July 21 - 25 Acting Camp - Gateway Theatre Academy 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Gateway Theatre 6500 Gilbert Rd $300 For ages 11-13 For more information, please call 604-247-4975

July 23 Movies at the Library (Cambie) 7 - 8:30 pm Richmond Public Library - Cambie branch Unit 150 - 11590 Cambie Road Dance room (CAB) Relax and meet new Friends while enjoying a movie at the library!

All ages welcome.

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