Arts North Digital Studio & Media



The Arts North Digital Studio was created as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic and the challenges that many artists, cultural groups, and other local non-profits experienced in adapting to online business activities. The Studio space and programs are designed to teach digital skills that will help individuals and groups better promote and present their work and programs to online audiences. The primary production and learning areas will be in podcasting, graphic design, product photography, social media usage, and e-commerce. While the Studio space is now complete, group classes and workshops will not commence until health authorities lift COVID-19 group restrictions, with programs expected to start in September. Access to the Studio space for individuals wishing to do production and editing work may start within the next six to eight weeks. A valid CAC membership is required for utilizing the Studio. Membership information and applications are available here. Other conditions regarding use of the Studio will also be in effect.

To learn more about upcoming Arts North Digital Studio activities, please contact Lisa Redpath at


Arts North Media is the new communications branch of the CAC. Originally created by local artist and podcaster Michael Kast, the Arts North Media brand is now part of the suite of programs and services managed by the CAC, and will be a content developer, syndicator and distributor of arts, culture, and other community-themed news from across North Central British Columbia. Arts North content will be developed and delivered via podcasting, television, and a wide range of social media platforms. Studio 2880 social media profiles will continue to cover specific initiatives and events that occur at Studio 2880.

To learn more about getting involved with Arts North Media, please contact Michael Kast at