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We Are Hiring - Visitor Services Coordinator
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From the moment someone starts their visit at the Gallery until they leave, we want to ensure their time with us makes them want to come back. We are looking to hire a Visitor Services Coordinator to work with us to make this happen and to join the incredible team here.

Please check out the job description and apply or encourage others to think about a job with the Gallery. We look forward to hearing from you.

Job posting and description is here.

Image credit: Gallery Attendants Jillian Beach and Dylan Bellamy earlier this summer in the Gallery Store. Photo: Frank Luca

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Unique Shopping Experience
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We are open with new product on display! The Gallery Store offers a curated selection of Canadian merchandise with a focus on extending the Gallery's exhibitions and public programs, bringing hand-made items by diverse makers from across the country to Kamloops. With a focus on small orders, our carefully considered selection of books, jewellery, stationary, kids gifts, DYI craft kits, linens, art cards, and art magazines changes frequently in order to represent a diversity of artisans. Be sure to check in with our knowledgeable staff for more information or to arrange curbside pick-up by calling 250.377.2400. HOURS Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 5 pm We look forward to seeing you at the Gallery!
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We Remain OPEN - Covid-19 update
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Given new provincial health orders as of November 19, 2020, and reconfirmed January 7 until February 5, 2021 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 and visitors.

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 solace, contemplation, and learning, and 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.

Province-Wide Update November 19,2020

Province-Wide Update January 7, 2021

Image credit: Installation view of Lisa Klapstock and Mark Soo: Ambiguous Parts showing at right Mark Soo, Indeterminate Parts, 2009, analogue C print, Edition 1 of 3, Collection of the Kamloops Art Gallery, gift of the Artist. At left, Lisa Klapstock, Ambiguous Landscapes, Kamloops, 2004, photograph, C prints, diptych, Edition 1 of 5, Collection of the Kamloops Art Gallery, purchased with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts Acquisition Assistance program and the financial support of the Province of BC. Photo: Garnet Dirksen

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