Since 1997, MUSART CULTURAL SOCIETY'S mission is to provide the community with opportunity, education and exposure for the arts.
With the support of its grants, sponsors, and volunteers, Musart is able to deliver great programming year after year. Through annual Summer Arts Camps, the Cates Park Concert Series, and Deep Cove Daze Community Arts festival Musart is able to achieve it's mandate!
About MUSART Cultural Society
MUSART Cultural Society was established in 1992 to govern over the infamous jazz club, The Glass Slipper that unfortunately burned down in January 1997. In the fall of 1997, Tyler Pearson took over the MUSART Cultural Society as artistic director to govern over the annual community festival Deep Cove Daze and provide the community with a variety of Summer Arts Camps to continue it's mandate to provide opportunity, education and exposure for arts in the community.
In the spring of 1998, Tyler found the first funding to hire a coordinator to work on the festival. Jeff Maynard was the first coordinator. He approached Tyler with the idea to put on a series of concerts at Cates Park leading up to Deep Cove Daze. With lots of enthusiasm and little funding, the Cates Park Concert Series was born to support local original music.
Both Deep Cove Daze and the Cates Park Concert Series have now been running under the direction of Tyler Pearson and the MUSART Cultural Society since 1998. In the fall of 2012, Tyler introduced a new year round series, titled the Unplugged Concert Series.
Musart Cultural Society needs your support in order to continue operating these arts and cultural programs free to the community. Please consider becoming a sponsor, donor or volunteer. You can reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org Thank you!