Over the Holiday Season we look forward to seeing you at the Gallery!
Thursday, December 24 - open 10 am to 1 pm Friday, December 25 - closed Saturday, December 26 - closed Sunday, December 27 - closed Monday, December 28 to Wednesday, December 30 - open 10 am to 5 pm Thursday, December 31 - open 10 am to 1 pm Friday, January 1 to Tuesday, January 5 - closed for annual inventory Wednesday, January 6 - return to regular hours Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 5 pm and closed Monday, Sunday and Statutory Holidays
From time to time, good people move on. This faint silver lining gives us a chance to to bring others into the fold to join us.
We are currently looking to hire a part-time Administrative Assistant.
Please check out the job description and apply or encourage others to think about a job with the Gallery.
Given new provincial health orders as of November 19, 2020, we have all been asked to significantly reduce our social interactions and to wear masks in public spaces.
The Kamloops Art Gallery remains open to the public and our Covid Safety Plan is in place to ensure the public is safe when visiting.
Safety measures include limiting the number of visitors in spaces, ensuring social distancing, maintaining cleaning protocols, and the wearing of masks by all staff.
We welcome you to visit the Gallery with the members of your household or core bubble. The wearing of a mask at the Gallery is now mandatory in all public areas. All our previously scheduled, face-to-face small group programs and tours have now been suspended.
The Gallery is a place of learning, solace, and contemplation, we look forward to seeing you as your circumstances allow. We encourage you to follow us on Instagram and via Facebook as online programs continue to be developed and added.
Take care, from all of us at the Kamloops Art Gallery.
The Kamloops Art Gallery re-opened on Tuesday, July 7, 2020. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Gallery!
In re-opening, our priority is the safety of all visitors and staff. Following government guidelines, new protocols are in place to make sure you have a safe and enjoyable visit.
We will continue to monitor the safety needs of all visitors and staff, and will adapt as necessary. We thank you for your patience and cooperation, and we welcome your feedback.
For any inquiries or to provide comments, please contact email@example.com.
GALLERY HOURS OF OPERATION
Tuesday to Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm
Thursday admission free thanks to support from BCLC.
WHAT TO EXPECT
- Please self-assess before visiting the Gallery and please stay home if you are not feeling well.
- The Gallery will limit the capacity in the Central Gallery, The Cube and The Gallery Store and has floor markers and signage to share maximum occupancy.
- All visitors and staff must maintain a two-metre distance from each other. Family groups may remain together. Children must stay with an adult at all times.
- All visitors are required to wear masks in this public building as per new provincial health orders made November 19, 2020.
- Plexiglas barriers have been installed at the Admissions Desk. Floor decals indicate appropriate spacing.
- Hand sanitation stations have been placed at various locations and stringent cleaning practices are in place throughout the Gallery.
- The Gallery safety plan is available and new safety protocols are in effect.
- The TNRD public washrooms in the Atrium are closed for the time being. Visitors may use the washroom in the Gallery Store. All washrooms will be cleaned every hour or, if necessary, every 30 minutes.
- High-touch points, such as door handles, will be cleaned after use.
- Exhibition Guides are available for personal use and if returned, following your visit, they will be re-used after a week in quarantine.
- A video tour of Donald Lawrence’s exhibition, Casting the Eye Adrift, will be available online in the coming weeks.
Above all, we look forward to seeing you, at the Gallery.
For the latest information on COVID-19, please visit the Province of British Columbia’s website.
For additional information about the Gallery’s safety measures and procedures, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.Photo: Kim Anderson
Wednesday, May 6, 2020, the Gallery held it's first online, LIVE event featuring a field trip to Donald Lawrence’s home studio for a glimpse into his process as he works on completing his Paramount Camera Obscura. Charo Neville, Curator, Kamloops Art Gallery, joined Lawrence virtually for a conversation about this new work in relation to his practice, the history of cameras obscura and his upcoming exhibition at the KAG. A recording of this event is featured on the Gallery's Facebook page and via the link below.
Thank you to the 100+ people who registered to attend this first event and the 700+ more that are catching this studio visit online.
A recording of this event is featured on the Gallery's Facebook page and via the link below.
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