Welcome to the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts

Welcome to our new website!

If something is missing or you can’t find something, feel free to contact us for support and information.

WHO ARE WE?

Giving voice through the arts, the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is a unique institution in Canada, bringing together the best in arts education for youth with community and professional artist programs. The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is a research and development centre for the arts of all disciplines and cultures, and is proud to help facilitate the development of new art from around the world in wonderful facilities on a spectacular farm in rural Nova Scotia. We are a non profit association and rely on donations, earned revenue and public investment. We are proud to help facilitate the development of new art from down the road and around the world in a spectacular setting in rural Nova Scotia. We also now have a new venue in Canning, the Ross Creek Annex. Come visit. You won’t be disappointed.

Ross Creek would like to acknowledge our gratitude to be in Sipekne’katik, one of the seven regions of Mi’kma’ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people.

The Ross Creek Centre for the Arts and Two Planks and a Passion Theatre are both independent organizations, operating under the umbrella of the CoastArts Association, a registered charity.

Youth Camps

Fabulous camps for ages 5-18! March Break, SummerArts, Teen Academies and Dance Summer Dance are all open for registration now!

What's on?

See all of our programs from Artist Residencies to Theatre productions to Adult Arts retreats, events, and classes on our calendar

Join Us

Make our work possible! You can donate money, securities, tools or make an arrangement to leave a legacy. We also welcome volunteers for a day or a lifetime!

Support Our Mission.

Make a Donation Today.

Here, we acknowledge the Mi’kmaq or L’nu as the first people of this land, which is still the traditional and unceded territory of the Mi’kmaq people, covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” and we are grateful to be welcomed here to work and live.

We honour those treaties and the past, present, and future of Mi’kmaq art and culture.