The Community Arts Council of Prince George & District and 6ix Sigma Productions are proud to present the release of their locally produced, short-documentary Creative Paths: Artistic Journeys in a Northern Community.
Artists. Teachers. Entrepreneurs. Philanthropists. Creative Paths follows four local artists from contrasting backgrounds and disciplines during their artistic journeys within Prince George and the surrounding area. Filmed during the middle months of 2019, as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Community Arts Council of Prince George & District, the film discusses the struggles and triumphs of the arts community straight from the artists themselves; whether that’s from Noreen Rustad or Judy Russell, well-established artistic figures in the community who have seen the cultural and economic fluctuations in the city over their careers, or Clayton Gauthier and Danny Bell, who are on their journey to navigate the contemporary Prince George art-scene and build their artistic presence.
From their own unique perspectives, the four artists weigh in on the history and current state of artistic culture in the city, for better or for worse, and the impact and importance of having a thriving art community within Prince George. Ultimately, the question is: is there a future for art in Prince George?
Please enjoy the online release of Creative Paths: Artistic Journeys in a Northern Community at the link below: