The Central Cariboo Arts and Culture Society directors and centre co-ordinator Leah Selk are happy to announce that Brandon Hoffman of Vancouver and formerly of Williams Lake has accepted the position of part-time arts centre administrator for the society, effective August 18.
“We are very pleased to welcome Brandon to the growing effort to promote, support and develop arts and culture in the Central Cariboo, and we particularly welcome his enthusiasm, talent, creativity and love for the Cariboo-Chilcotin which brought him home,” said society Chair Harry Jennings in announcing the appointment.
Hoffman grew up and received his high school education in Williams Lake. He holds an Independent Music Producer Diploma from the Stylus College of Music and Sound Technology and a BA in Communications from Simon Fraser University.
He has worked as a solo recording artist, a college instructor and a multi-instrumentalist working both live and in studio in such events as the Vancouver International Jazz Festival and festivals in Campbell Bay, Osoyoos, Nelson and Victoria.
Since 2008 Hoffman has had his own independent production company, Gnomegrown Music and is excited to be returning home to Williams Lake.
He knows well the various aspects of arts and culture here and has watched their recent development with interest.
Hoffman will be maintaining regular part-time hours at the Arts Centre. Please call or stop in on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and Thursdays from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. for any arts centre inquiries, bookings, and visits. He looks forward to assisting you!
For further information or interviews please contact Brandon Hoffman at 778-412-9044 or email@example.com.