Call to Artists (by Fernie Museum)
This call to artists is for the upcoming Fernie Artography exhibit at the Fernie Museum, the third of four exhibits being presented as part of the Canada 150 Cultural Series by the Fernie Museum and the Fernie Arts Station.
Fernie Artography explores the human and natural landscapes in and around Fernie that help define the psyche of who we are as a community, including buildings, abandoned buildings, streetscapes, cultural landscapes, human landscapes (your backyard, garden, community parks, paths/trails, etc), and natural landscapes (mountain vistas, rivers, forests, and valleys). Read more here.
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If only you knew how much happened between the day Michelle and I signed up for this show and now. It’s been quite a crazy ride!! We’d love it if you joined us on Thursday, February 23rd to celebrate the opening of our show and to celebrate us surviving it. If you’re not familiar with Michelle Galway or myself, we’ll be the drunk ones in the corner high-fiving each other whilst crying.
There are no posters for Wapiti this year? Shocking. This is the best I could find.
Spa 901 is hosting a gallery show called Driven To Abstraction which showcases Tara Higgins‘ latest collection. Saturday, November 7th between 7 and 9 pm.
The Arts Station is putting on a special 25 Year Anniversary Gallery Show starting Thursday, October 29th (reception at 7 pm) and will close on November 23rd. For the 25th Anniversary of The Arts Station, they are presenting works from local artists that have shown in or are connected to the Station over the years.
p.s. one of my own works of art will be on display. what?!
Visual Arts Guild
“OUTSIDE THE BOX: Two workshops from a CKCA/CBT grant”
Opening Reception: Thursday, July 30th at 7pm
Exhibit Continues Until: Monday, August 24th
The August Gallery Show at the Arts Station is a display by the Visual Arts Guild members and friends. In 2014 the Guild applied for and received a grant from Columbia Kootenay Cultural Alliance/Columbia Basin Trust. Read more here…