Welcome to the Flin Flon Arts Council webpage.  Follow our ever growing arts community as we collaborate, create and change the face of the arts in the North.  

 

 

Crystal Kolt, O.M., is a talented musician and dynamo arts executive who, with boundless enthusiasm, dedicates an incredible amount of energy and hard work to developing a thriving arts and culture scene in the north. Kolt is a typical Canadian artist who has several jobs. She is the cultural coordinator of the Flin Flon Arts Council, coordinator of Culture Days Flin Flon, a member of the provincial task force for Culture Days Manitoba, and director of the Flin Flon Community Choir.  Click the link to register for her free webinar  with ACI Manitoba.  https://www.creativemanitoba.ca/training/workshops-courses-seminars/display,609/3154/cultural-event-management-for-rural-presenters


Our 2016/2017 Season at a Glance

Photo: Mike Spencer 

Photo: Mike Spencer 

NEW SEASON SCHEDULE COMING SOON!!!!! 

 

June 3rd at johnny's social club.  7:00pm

June 3rd at johnny's social club.  7:00pm


AUGUST 1ST ROTARY PARK 2PM. FREE ADMISSION! 

AUGUST 1ST ROTARY PARK 2PM. FREE ADMISSION! 












 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Strength of Rhonda Head

Photo: CBC unreserved 

Photo: CBC unreserved 

CBC interviewed Rhonda Head about her struggles, triumphs and her love of music.  

To view the article please click title below: 

Opera Singer Rhonda Head Overcame Brain Tumours to Reclaim her Voice

To listen to the interview please click below: 

Rhonda Head CBC Interview

 

At the Heart of the Arts, A Mine

Photo: Ruth Bonneville

Photo: Ruth Bonneville

FLIN FLON — It’s Saturday morning and director Crystal Kolt stands at the bottom of a tiered room, leading the Flin Flon Community Choir through vocal warm-ups.

Crystal Kolt, Head of the Flin Flon Arts Council, looks out over Flin Flon from a high ridge in town.

"Ma, me, mi, mo, mu," the members hum as Kolt shouts out, albeit kindly, technical corrections. "Tacca, tacca, tacca, he, ha, he," they continue.

Despite the low-key rehearsal setting — a local elementary school — and the group’s understated name, this is not an informal gathering of friends with a common hobby.

RUTH BONNEVILLE / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

For more visit: 

http://www.winnipegfreepress.com/breakingnews/at-heart-of-the-arts-a-mine-375065351.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elly on the Arts: New Column 

Photo credit: noelle drimmie

Photo credit: noelle drimmie

Follow Elly Spencer as she spreads community awareness through our local newspaper The Reminder.  Click below to view.

http://www.thereminder.ca/arts-culture/a-musical-legacy-flin-flon-community-choir-marks-two-decades-1.2260010