April 14 to June 30, 2018
Open Gallery
The Breastfeeding Art Expo is an exhibition of 15 community art projects and 65 independent artworks by citizens of the Okanagan, Thompson Cariboo and Kootenay regions of British Columbia. The Expo is set to travel to six communities across the Interior Health region of British Columbia: Kelowna, Vernon, En’owkin Centre (Penticton Indian Band), Trail, Williams Lake and Kamloops. Bringing together artwork made by professional artists (including Tania Willard), community groups and individuals who had never before created art, the Breastfeeding Art Expo celebrates breastfeeding as a personal life experience for all involved, mother and baby, father and extended family and friends.
View images of the exhibition here.
January 19 to March 31, 2018
Open Gallery
Arbour Aboriginal Artist Collective members
Bringing together contributions from participants in the Arbour Aboriginal Artists’ Collective, this exhibition acts as a kind of retrospective, celebrating the commitment and engagement of these participants over the past four years and presenting artwork made by Indigenous youth in our community.
April 8 to July 1, 2017
Open Gallery
Waste of Space is an exhibition of zines made by artistic youth in our community. With this exhibition, Kamloops youth invite us to take a glimpse into their world. Using zines as their medium, they seek to challenge society’s critical view of youth and their artistic contributions—those who might view these as “silly little books made by teenagers,” and this exhibition as a Waste of Space—by encouraging us to instead recognize youth as a driving force in every community. We can learn a lot from our community’s young people, if only we choose to pay attention.
View images of the exhibition here.
January 14 to March 25, 2017
Open Gallery
Sustainable energy can be ingenious, high-tech, simple or old-fashioned, and can exist simultaneously in two seemingly conflicting realms: energy creation and energy conservation. Through this exhibition, the Kamloops Chapter of the BCSEA celebrates our community’s sustainable energy superheroes and aims to inspire others to use more sustainable energy options, which are needed now more than ever.
Don Ferguson
Backyard Clothesline, 2016
Photo courtesy of the artist
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