Lasqueti Arts Centre Community Ceramics Studio Survey

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Event Date: 
Tuesday, February 13, 2024 - 12:00pm - Friday, March 8, 2024 - 4:30pm

The qathet Regional District is launching a survey to seek input on the construction of an addition to the Lasqueti Arts Center to house a Community Ceramics Studio.This short, non-binding, survey will be open for responses until March 8, 2024 at 4:30 pm.

The online version of the survey is available here:

Paper copies of the survey will be available at the Lasqueti Island Recycling Center as of Friday, February 16, 2024. Please return your completed paper copy to the Lasqueti Island Recycling Center on or before March 8, 2024. 

In November 2023, Jennifer Brant, President of the Lasqueti Island Community Arts Council, submitted a proposal to add a new building on the qathet Regional District lands known as the Lasqueti Arts Centre to house a community ceramic studio. The Lasqueti Island Community Arts Council has stated that they will seek an infrastructure grant from the BC Arts Council. They are not asking for financial support from the qathet Regional District. The full staff report is available here:

The information collected will form a What We Heard Report that will be placed on a public agenda to inform the Directors on next steps regarding this project.

Should you have any questions about the survey or the project, please contact Patrick Devereaux, Manager of Operational Services, qathet Regional District at operations [at] qathet [dot] ca (subject: Community%20Ceramics%20Studio%20Survey) .


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Lasqueti Island is part of the qathet Regional District. A regional district is set up to provide different services in different areas according to the needs and desires of each area’s residents and property owners. Only those who receive the service pay for it.


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