Founders & Co-Chairs
Sara Graham is a visual artist living in Port Moody. Over the last twenty-seven years, she has been developing, a collection of diverse bodies of work that share a concern with the images, issues and ideas that surround and make up the cities we live in or those that we imagine. In 2023, she recently unveiled On the Other Side of Tomorrow, an integrated artwork on the façade of the Energy Building at the Canadian Point of Entry at the new Gordie Howe International Bridge in Windsor, Ontario.
Illustrator, Cartoonist, Special Projects
Rose Kapp, (aka Roszay), is a local arts advocate who is known for her whimsical and wonky watercolour paintings of homes and businesses which have lead to projects of illustrated maps including festival site maps and cities.
Rose is the founder of Creative People Talking, an artist’s salon and network on FaceBook for anyone in the local creative arts.
Mixed Media Artist, Abstract Painter
Tamara Grand is a Port Moody-based abstract painter and mixed-media artist who creates colourful, expressive and joy-filled works of art.
After many years of using her creative talents in careers as a biological researcher, fitness trainer, writer and mother of three, a friend introduced her to acrylic paints. A new passion was born.
Angie Q. Coates
Angie Quintanilla (keen-tah-knee-yeah) Coates, is an artist and illustrator born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, based in Vancouver, Canada.
Honouring her Latina roots, most of her work has a bright, bold colour palette with a message of hope and optimism. She often incorporates type into her work, usually to share a point of view. To Angie, this is just as important as the art itself.
Curator, Director, Writer
Gregory Elgstrand is a curator, writer and the Director/Curator of Bohart. He has curated and organized numerous exhibitions across Canada.
Bohart brings people together through a curated program of exhibitions, performances, conversations, screenings, cabarets and publications that illuminate the places where creative disciplines intersect and interact, and inform each other.
Cathy Hyska has co-curated ten art shows over the last 20 years and occasionally even found the courage to submit her own photography to shows. A lifetime lover and supporter of the arts: music, written word, theatre, photography, painting, sculpture, culinary arts … her list goes on and on. Cathy's happy to have found a way to support artists and local venues in Port Moody — a place she's proudly called home for over 26 years.
Fimmaker, Story Producer
Born in New York City but raised Winnipeg, Tracey spent her childhood studying Ballet, Modern and Jazz dance. Later, at York University, she graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts for directing their Theatre Program. Soon after, she participated in several theatre productions as both a performer and a director. She has worked as a Segment Director, Casting Producer, and Story Producer for several documentaries, and is currently working on a series of children’s short stories.
Port Moody Art Walk
Save the date! The Shuffle - Port Moody Art Walk returns after a three year hiatus! Join us for a self-directed art tour on the streets of Port Moody; explore artist studios, galleries, and outdoor displays. The Shuffle runs from 4-9pm on Friday, June 23rd, and you’ll get to meet artists, try activities, and enjoy musical performances and live art making. All 18 stops are within walking distance of Gallery Row and Moody Centre Skytrain Station. #PoMoShuffle #artwalk