BFA Students Levi Glass and Anyssa Gill at Arnica

  Posted on: September 4, 2014

Arnica presents: The SummerVault Series Part II Anyssa Gill + Levi Glass Annie Oatmeal and the Proposed Ajax Mine August 12th – 23rd, Closing Reception on August 23rd @ 7:00pm Annie Oatmeal & the Proposed Ajax Mine is a collaborative project by T.R.U. students Anyssa Gill and Levi Glass that explores the identity of a fictitious…

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Donald Lawrence at Eastern Edge

  Posted on: August 16, 2014

Art Marathon Festival Eastern Edge Gallery (St. John’s, NL) August 13-17, 2014 Showcasing their work during the Carnival Art Crawl on August 15th, we present to you, the invited local, national, and international artists for this year’s Art Marathon Festival: Donald Lawrence (BC), Michael McCormack (NS), Rachael Shannon (MD), Andreas Buchwaldt (AB), the Wiener Sugar Dance Magic Collective (Sara Tilley,…

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Solo exhibition by recent BFA Graduate Stephanie Patsula

Vessel (detail), acrylic resin and automotive paint, concrete

  Posted on: June 27, 2014

Vessel, Kamloops Art Gallery (The Cube) June 28-September 6, 2014 Opening Reception: Saturday, June 28, 6:30-8:00pm This year’s Curator’s Choice is the tenth annual exhibition of work by a student graduating from Thompson Rivers University (TRU). Selected by Kamloops Art Gallery Assistant Curator Craig Willms, Curator’s Choice annually highlights talent from TRU’s Bachelor of Fine Arts…

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Darlene Kalynka and Donald Lawrence at Mapping Cultures Conference in Coimbra, Portugal

  Posted on: May 30, 2014

Mapping Culture: Communities, Sites and Stories International Conference (Coimbra, Portugal) May 28-May 30, 2014 The International Conference Mapping Culture: Communities, Sites and Stories will explore both conventional and alternative approaches to mapping cultures and communities in an international context.Cultural Mapping – A general definition:Cultural mapping involves a community identifying and documenting local cultural resources. Through…

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The Corkscrew Road: Guided Walking Tour with Ernie Kroeger

  Posted on: May 4, 2014

Where: Meet at the Old Courthouse steps (Corner of Seymour St. West and First Avenue) When: Sunday, May 4th at 10:00 am The Corkscrew Road is both real and imaginary; real because it once ran between Kamloops and Knutsford; imaginary because so much of it has disappeared. This walk will lead you to a few abandoned…

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Donald Lawrence in Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography

  Posted on: April 27, 2014

Poetics of Light: Pinhole Photography New Mexico History Museum (Santa Fe, NM) April 27, 2015 – March 29, 2015 In an age when every cell phone can take a respectable picture, cameras as low-tech as an oatmeal box still beguile a legion of practitioners, both artistic and documentarian. With roots in the ancient discovery of…

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Ernie Kroeger at Arnica Artist-Run Centre

  Posted on: April 18, 2014

Stories of Vanished Archaeologies Arnica Artist-Run Centre April 18-May 10, 2014 Daniel Anhorn (Red Deer, AB), Ernie Kroeger (Kamloops, BC) and Nicole Westman (Banff, AB) act as guides and storytellers who dig into the landscape of the re-imagined. The artists delve into real documents and artifacts to support fictional narratives where they compose family, civic,…

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Throughout. Within.: BFA Graduating Exhibition Opens!

  Posted on: April 17, 2014

Opening: Thursday, April 17 at 7:00pm April 17-May 2, 2014 10 fourth-year artists are displaying their work as part of the annual Bachelor of Fine Arts graduating exhibition. This is a culmination of a year’s worth of research, experimentation, and creative production Celebrate with our graduating students: Kristina Bradshaw Brent Dixon Wynona Edwards Courtney Fauteux…

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BFA student Stephanie Patsula included in Earthly

  Posted on: April 11, 2014

Earthly, Two Rivers Gallery (Prince George, BC) April 11-July 13, 2014 Earthly simultaneously signals the land we walk on, and the processes and machinations within our celestial sphere. Earthly is also often used to distinguish our corporeal selves from our spiritual selves.  Despite many peoples’ sense of spiritual identity being tied to the land, it is often used…

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