The Kitimat Museum & Archives invites you to the OPENING RECEPTION OF “The Art of Wendy Hagen-Dennill” Friday, October 6, 2017 from 7:30 – 9:30 PM in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum Refreshments will be served Join us for an opening reception of “The Art of Wendy Hagen-Dennill”, on
Seeking crafters and artists for the 2017 Christmas Gift Store at the Kitimat Museum & Archives. Every December, the Kitimat Museum Christmas Gift Store features hand-crafted items and art by local and regional artisans in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum. The Christmas Gift Store provides the community with
“North West Photo Fest Exhibition” August 11 to September 30, 2017 The third annual celebration of photography in northwestern British Columbia features an exhibit at the Kitimat Museum & Archives, until September 30, 2017. The photo exhibit this year focuses on the celebrations of Canada’s 150th birthday while at the
Call for Entry forms are now available for the: Annual North West Photo Fest Exhibition August 11 – September 30, 2017 Registration entry forms must be received by July 28. You are invited to submit one image, for the exhibition, on the theme: “Canada 150: Being Canadian – What does it
NOW SHOWING: The Canada 150 Exhibition. This exhibition will continue to run until August 11, 2017. Honouring our Country’s Birthday through writing (through the Kitimat Public Library) and visual arts (through the Kitimat Museum). Museum hours are 10am to 5pm, Monday to Saturday. Admission fee is by donation.
SUMMER SHAKESPEARE Drama Camp sponsored by Kitimat Arts for Youth (KAFY), July 3 – 14, 2017 Monday to Friday 9:30 – 12:30pm at the Presbyterian Church Hall. Tina Watchorn and youth leaders will take the Summer Shakespeare students (now in Grades 5 to 8) through an exploration and ‘loose’ presentation of
The Kitimat Museum & Archives summer programmers have been hard at work preparing for the upcoming 2017 ‘Summer of Adventure’ for kids ages 3 to 9. Registration begins on Monday, June 19, 2017. Six weeks of summer programming for ages 3 to 9 run by the Museum’s summer students. The