Casting the Eye Adrift, Donald Lawrence at KAG

  Posted on: September 1, 2020

Casting the Eye Adrift July 7 to December 31, 2020 Kamloops Art Gallery, Central Gallery Donald Lawrence Offering insight into almost four decades of Donald Lawrence’s practice, the retrospective exhibition Casting the Eye Adrift brings together major sculptural works, videos, photographs, drawings, preparatory models and ephemeral works that represent Lawrence’s longstanding interest in the…

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Visual Arts Summer VISA-3130: History Of Photography

  Posted on: May 4, 2020

VISA 3130  History of Photography  June 22 – August 7 “Photography is a foreign language everyone thinks he speaks.” (Philip-Lorca di Corcia) We live in the age of photographic images. We take photos, share them, consume them, are influenced and aestheticized by them, more than ever before. Come discover the language of this 180 year-old…

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Arnica Mentorship Program: Work by Kelsey Jules and Dion Forte

  Posted on: March 8, 2020

Exhibition of new work by Kelsey Jules and Dion Fortie TRU Art Gallery March 9 to 19 Opening reception: 6:30pm Monday March 9 (refreshments will be served) Join us Monday March 9 for the opening reception of an exhibition of new artwork by emerging local artists and TRU BFA alumni Kelsey Jules and Dion Fortie….

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Call and Response: Exhibition from 1st Year Visual Arts Classes

  Posted on: February 4, 2020

Call & Response is on exhibit in the TRU Art Gallery (OM1578) from February 3 to 13, 2020. Please join us Wednesday, February 5th in the Gallery from 3PM to 5PM to celebrate the opening of Call & Response. This annual exhibition showcases artworks created by students enrolled in first-year visual arts courses- VISA 10102D…

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Another Thing @ TRU Gallery

  Posted on: January 12, 2020

Another Thing TRU Gallery OM 1578 January 7 to January 17, 2020 Reception: Tuesday, January 14, 3 to 5pm The exhibition aims to question the value of everyday items. In consumerist culture, common objects are frequently taken for granted. Items are produced in large quantities making them easy to discard and replace. The mass production…

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