Current Exhibitions

  • River Relations: A Beholder's Share of the Columbia River

River Relations: A Beholder's Share of the Columbia River

Nick Conbere, Rita Wong, John Holmgren, Genevieve Robertson, Fred Wah, Zoe Kostuchuk, Mathew Evenden, and Emmy Willis

River Relations is an interdisciplinary artistic research project undertaken as a reflection of the damming and development of the Columbia River in British Columbia, Washington and Oregon, and the upcoming renegotiation of the Columbia River Treaty. Five artists, two writers, …

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  • Post Diluvian data visualization

Post Diluvian data visualization

Gallery 2 - Boundary Flood Recovery

June 8 - August 17, 2019

Post Diluvian is a partnership between Gallery 2 and the Boundary Flood Recovery (BFR) team. During the Boundary Showcase, we invited the community to share experiences and reflections on the flood, adding a layer of community – aggregated content to …

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  • Flood (re) views

Flood (re) views

Leta Heiberg

June 8 - August 17, 2019

In response to the devastating flooding of the Kettle River in 2018, Leta Heiberg has created a multi-medium series of drawings based around aerial footage taken during and immediately after the floods. The work depicts water flowing from mountain snow …

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  • Roll on Columbia: 
The Landscape and Culture of the Columbia River Treaty

Roll on Columbia: The Landscape and Culture of the Columbia River Treaty

Curated by: Eileen Delehanty Pearkes

June 8 - August 17, 2019

Roll on Columbia explores the complex legacy of the 50 year-old Columbia River Treaty. The exhibition explores the local and national controversy over a treaty that authorized four mega projects for flood control and increased hydro-power efficiencies, but also negatively …

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  • Boundary Trails Society

Boundary Trails Society

Contest Winners

June 8 - September 20, 2019

Gallery 2 and the Grand Forks Community Trails Society have teamed up to show off the best of the Boundary Trails, through the eyes of those who use them. Local and visiting photographers have been submitting their best work highlighting …

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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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