Artist Lecture Series with Adad Hannah
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Next Date:
February 28 - 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Location:
Thompson Rivers University, Old Main Building, OM 1562
Ages:
All
Admission:
FREE
Join Vancouver-based artist Adad Hannah at Thompson Rivers University for a talk about his practice and his exhibition, Glints and Reflections, currently on view at the Kamloops Art Gallery.

Adad Hannah exhibits his work nationally and internationally and his work is in private and public collections around the world. His exhibition, Glints and Reflections, brings together key works made in the past decade that focus on his enduring interest in the photographic image in relation to personal and social histories and the use of temporality as a medium.

Adad Hannah: Glints and Reflections is curated by Lynn Bannon and Anne-Marie St-Jean Aubre and produced and circulated by the Musée d'art de Joliette. It is generously sponsored by Jane Irwin and Ross Hill. The exhibition is on view at the Kamloops Art Gallery until March 23, 2019.

This program is offered in collaboration with Thompson Rivers University.
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Artist Lecture Series with Samuel Roy-Bois
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Next Date:
March 7 to February 13 - 12:30 pm until 1:30 pm
Location:
Thompson Rivers University, Old Main Building, OM 1562
Ages:
All
Admission:
FREE
Originally from Quebec City, Samuel Roy-Bois is based in the Okanagan, where he is Assistant Professor of Sculpture in the faculty of Creative and Critical Studies at the University of British Columbia's Okanagan Campus and heads an interdisciplinary lab for creative exchanged called The Research Studio for Spaces and Things. Roy-Bois' artistic practice involves site-specific installations concerned with the conceptual and material definition of space and the ways the built environment contribute to our understanding of the world. Samuel Roy-Bois' exhibition Presences will be on view at the Kamloops Art Gallery April 6 to June 29, 2019.
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Artist Lecture Series with Ria Brodell
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Next Date:
March 21 - 12:30 pm to 1:30 pm
Location:
Thompson Rivers University, Old Main Building, OM 1562
Ages:
All
Admission:
FREE
Ria Brodell (pronouns: they, them) is a non-binary, trans artist, educator and author based in Boston. Their current body of work addresses issues of gender identity, sexuality, religion and contemporary culture. Brodell has had solo and group exhibitions throughout the United States and their work has been featured in the Guardian, ARTNews, the Boston Globe, New American Paintings and Art New England among other publications. Brodell's book, Butch Heroes, was released in 2018 via MIT Press. Brodell is a part-time lecturer at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University in Boston, MA.
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Artist's Talk with Samuel Roy-Bois
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Next Date:
April 6 - 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Ages:
All
Admission:
FREE
Join Samuel Roy-Bois for a tour of Samuel Roy-Bois: Presences. The Gallery is honoured to host Roy-Bois and his work curated by Charo Neville curator with the Kamloops Art Gallery. As part of this tour, Roy-Bois will provide background on his process and discuss key ideas and works in the exhibition. Everyone is welcome. This tour is followed by an opening reception with Roy-Bois attending.
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Opening Reception
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Next Date:
April 6 - 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm
Ages:
All
Admission:
Free
Join us in celebrating the opening of our spring exhibitions Samuel Roy-Bois: Presences and Darlene Kalynka: Four Oldest Daughters. Samuel Roy-Bois and Darlene Kalynka will be joining us along with Charo Neville curator with the Kamloops Art Gallery. Mix with other art supporters, get creative at the Kids Table and enjoy live music. Cash bar with wine and beer sponsored by Red Collar Brewing and appetizers sponsored by Eats Amore. Everyone is welcome. Memberships are 25% off.
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Art & Conversation // Samuel Roy-Bois: Presences
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Next Date:
May 14 - 10:30 am to 12:00 pm
Ages:
55+
Join our educator for an interactive tour of the winter exhibition and engage in lively explorations of some of the salient themes. This session, we investigate the history of the tableau vivant (French for the “living picture”) by challenging ourselves to recreate a painting with our bodies.

This program is offered in collaboration with the Kamloops Adult Learners’ Society (KALS). You must be a member of KALS to participate. Registration is available online here.
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