You love art. It’s that simple of a concept. You may be a supporter of the many cultural events in our community or an artist working in any discipline, it all comes down to…YOU LOVE ART and we do to!
We invite you to help us Make art happen. By donating, you ensure our organization continues to operate the ArtSea Gallery in Tulista Park, offer our current events and add new exciting initiatives. Plus provide funding grants and scholarships.
Add yours to the collective voice in support of recognizing the Saanich Peninsula as a major art and cultural centre in British Columbia.
Donate by December 31 and you will receive a 2019 tax receipt for your donation, regardless of size.
Registered charity number: BN 896568417RR0001.
Your legacy by giving back
Leaving a bequest to ArtSea is an excellent way of supporting arts and culture on the Saanich Peninsula for future generations. Just follow these 4 easy steps. Click to learn more.
- Consult your advisor regarding the amount and type of planned gift that is most appropriate for you and your estate.
- Use the legal written name of ArtSea Community Arts Council Society.
- Ask your lawyer to add a codicil to your will establishing a gift for ArtSea.
- If you are comfortable, tell us about your bequest and how you want your gift used.
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‘Art matters more than ever: it helps us tap into our senses, emotions and values; reflect on our history; and imagine our future.’MMOA (Metropolitan Museum of Art)
Watch Your Donation at Work!
ArtSea Community Arts Council has played an essential role in the cultural and artistic activities on the Saanich Peninsula since 1991. Formally known as the Community Arts Council for the Saanich Peninsula (CACSP), ArtSea is a registered charitable organization which offers a variety of arts-related programs throughout the year and rental space to artists at the ArtSea Gallery in Tulista Park, Sidney BC.
Dianne Cross was the original founder of the Society. A student scholarship, The Dianne Cross Award for the Arts, is sponsored by ArtSea each year in honour of Dianne’s remarkable contribution to arts and cultural activities on the Saanich Peninsula.