Current Exhibitions

  • Abandoning Paradise

Abandoning Paradise

Glenn Clark and Peter Corbett

January 18 -April 19, 2014

Abandoning Paradise is as much about the role of artists and function of art in relation to political and environmental concerns as it is about the act of recording the landscape. Penticton artist Glenn Clark and Peter Corbett of Winlaw …

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  • Foolmakers in the Setting Sun

Foolmakers in the Setting Sun

Marianne Nicolson

February 8 to April 19, 2014

Ni’nułamgila le’e Banistida `Tłisala  (Foolmakers in the Setting Sun) (Kwak’wala with English Translation courtesy Gloria Nicolson and Beverly Lagis) This work is composed of a glass wall made in the form of dan`tsikw (powerboards) that during Kwakwaka’wakw ceremonials are brought …

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  • Toys Were Us

Toys Were Us

Nora Curiston

February 8 to April 19, 2014

The pine needles have been vacuumed from the rug, the decorations lovingly repacked for another year and egg nog and fruitcake have disappeared from the grocery store shelves, but we all hope that the toys our children received from Santa …

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  • The Grand Forks Heritage Gallery

The Grand Forks Heritage Gallery

The Grand Forks Heritage Gallery provides a pictorial history of the many facets of the area’s development over the years. Acknowledging the presence of First Nations peoples in the region, photographs show the history of agriculture, forest industries, mining and …

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