Darlene Kalynka Four Oldest Daughters,
March 30 to June 29, 2019 in The Cube, Kamloops Art Gallery. Curated by Craig Wilms.
Organized by Contemporary Calgary Guest Curated by Mary-Beth Laviolette
Curated by Charo Neville
Participating Faculty: Lea Bucknell, Doug Buis, Don Lawrence.
McMaster Museum of Art: The Midnight Sun Camera Obscura Project
Organized by the University of Lethbridge Art Gallery
Principal Investigator and Artist/Researcher: Donald Lawrence
Curator: Josephine Mills
McMaster Museum of Art, Sherman Gallery | May 10 – August 18, 2018
Dianne Bos, Lea Bucknell, Ernie Kroeger, Kevin Schmidt, Holly Ward, Carsten Wirth, Andrew Wright.
August 8 – 13, 2017
Moored in Northeast False Creek
Open for public viewing 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. daily
Coastal Camera Obscura, as a project of Other Sights for Artists’ Projects, was anchored in the eastern end of False Creek (near Science World).
Oct 16 – Dec 12, 2015 Reception: Friday Oct 16, 18:30.
Lea Bucknell: Inherit, Revise, Repeat
September 18 to October 31, 2015
Saturday, October 3, 6:30 to 8:00 pm
September 21, 2015–January 10, 2016, Dr. Naowarat Cheeptham (Ann), Ariga Avanessian, Erik Prytula, Dr. Nancy Van Wagoner, Tina Nguyen, Julianne Peters, Louanne A. Mah, Wynona Edwards, Elizabeth Cummer, Darlene Kalynka.
Midnight Sun Camera Obscura Festival: June 17-21, 2015, The Midnight Sun Camera Obscura Festival brings together an international group of artists and researchers interested in camera obscuras, related optical phenomenon and the meeting places of art and science, cultural and wilderness settings, and learning and play to Dawson City, Yukon.
Luminocity was a week-long public art project organized by the Kamloops Art Gallery featuring video projection, new media works and events in public spaces throughout downtown Kamloops, from October 31st-N0vember 8th, 2014.