McMillan Arts Centre - Oceanside Community Arts Council

June Tangle Time at the MAC

Art by Michelle Currie

The MAC hosts a free monthly drop-in for Zentangle enthusiasts to come by and tangle.  Bring your Zentangle cards, or your ZIA project and your Zentangle supplies and join us.  There will be no instructor and anyone who has taken a Zentangle beginner class is welcome. Tangle Time is on the second Saturday of each month from 2-4 pm Next…

Zentangle “Black Magic” Class


A fun class for those who have taken the Basics and want a little more. No pressures, no worries, and even if you haven’t tangled much since the Basics class, you’ll love learning this new twist. We turn black and white upside down and tangle with white on black tiles. Learn how to use highlights in your tangling, while we…

“When your Bucket List Springs a Leak” Book Launch

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- Book Launch –  June 14th at 7:00 pm McMillan Arts Centre To reserve a spot, RSVP by calling 250-752-5499 or email When Your Bucket List Springs a Leak” by Barbara Ashcroft is about “Do-overs, Undo’s and Life Preservers when travel, business and life don’t go as expected.” We’re celebrating all the community support at this Book Launch!  Barb…

Ed Peekeekoot at the MAC

Ed Peekeekout
June 23 at 7:00 pm

ED PEEKEEKOOT, CREE MUSICIAN AND ARTIST IN CONCERT FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 7:00pm Tickets $15/$12 OCAC Members Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and storyteller, Ed Peekeekoot is a skilled and seasoned performer.  He has a timeliness kind of cool that appeals to audiences of all ages. Ed’s performances go from blazing guitar work to foot-stomping fiddle and haunting Native flute, all sprinkled with his…

June Events at the MAC

June Events at the MAC

JUNE 2017 EXHIBIT IceBear:  Dreams of a Dreamer IceBear has been painting and sculpting for over 50 years.  After a successful career as a commercial artist, he began to pursue his drive to create fine art.  His art has evolved from the representational and spiritual (drawing from his North American Heritage) to today’s expression in the abstract. His large canvasses…