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  • Call for Submissions: Community Arts Project at Kelowna Art Gallery

    December 18, 2017 – Kelowna, BC: The Kelowna Art Gallery is pleased to announce that applications for their community arts space are now being accepted. The selected proposal will be offered an exhibition in The Front project space of the Gallery, from June 30 to September 9, 2018, and will be eligible for project funding.
  • Registration now open for art classes offered this winter at the Kelowna Art Gallery

    December 11, 2017 – Kelowna, BC: It’ll soon be a new year for artists too! Start 2018 off with a commitment to your creativity – registration is now underway for winter art class offerings for adults and youth at the Kelowna Art Gallery.

    Don’t miss your chance to take part in these professionally instructed classes that are offered January through April.
  • World AIDS Day Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week

    Kelowna – December 1st and Dec 1st-7th 2017 have been officially proclaimed “World AIDS Day” and “Aboriginal AIDS Awareness Week” by Mayor Colin Basran. Representatives of Living Positive Resource Centre, REL8 Okanagan and Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society met with the Mayor to receive the proclamation.
  • 2018 Mayor’s Awards for the Arts Nominee Finalists Announced

    KAMLOOPS, B.C. – The Mayor’s Awards for the Arts committee is pleased to announce the finalists in each category for the 2018 awards.  The Mayor’s Awards for the Arts recognize and celebrate artists and arts supporters in Kamloops and the Thompson-Nicola Regional District.
  • Youth pop-up gallery

    Your voices need to be heard and your vision needs to be seen. You deserve to be inspired, empowered, connected, respected and nurtured. Your creativity needs to be honoured. This Youth Pop Up Gallery and Juice Bar will provide a safe place during the festival for your city's youth to gather, learn, share and grow, meet and be mentored by our Art Community. We want to instil a sense of pride in your hearts and really show that you are important and vital members of our city.
  • Art Gallery seeks volunteers for school tour program

    August 25, 2017 – Kelowna, BC: The Kelowna Art Gallery is currently recruiting volunteer docents (tour guides) for their 2017/18 School Tour program. These volunteers lead students on exhibition tours, facilitate discussions about what they see, and help out with hands-on art activities. Interested applicants should enjoy a creative atmosphere and working with students.
  • UBC Okanagan’s Summer Indigenous Art Intensive has full agenda of events

    It’s called intensive for a reason. UBC Okanagan’s Summer Indigenous Art Intensive offers an educational series of courses, lectures, art shows—and opportunities to create art.
  • UBC Okanagan grants honorary degree to iconic artist Alex Janvier

    UBC’s Okanagan campus is celebrating not only the accomplishments of its students during convocation this week but also the unique work of Canadian artist Alex Janvier.
  • Popular art camps back again for Summer 2017 at the Kelowna Art Gallery

    Registration is underway for the Kelowna Art Gallery’s summer art camps for children and youth.
  • Fantastic beasts and where you might find them at YLW

    Myron Campbell: Ghosts of Robert Lake
    May 8 to November 6, 2017

    May 24, 2017 – Kelowna, BC: A duck, a blackbird, an avocet, a coyote, and even a gryphon were spotted recently at YLW – what makes it even more interesting is that they were seen inside the airport terminal.

    True, these weren’t actual animals – they are the creation of Kelowna-based artist Myron Campbell.

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