Visit Monochrome Musings, by Margaret Trenn, on display at the Kitimat Museum & Archives from April 3rd to June 5th, 2021 in the Upstairs Gallery. The photographic images in Monochrome Musings take you on a journey where shadow, contrast, tones, shapes, texture, and composition combine to convey the emotion of the
The 2021 Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art Student Exhibition runs from March 5th to 27th, 2021 at the Kitimat Museum & Archives. Pieces by talented first and second-year students will be on display, and will be available to purchase. Come see first-hand the skill of these hardworking emerging
‘Northern Wood Cuts’ is a visual arts exhibition displaying wood cut prints on mulberry paper with oil-based ink, self-engraved and printed by Northwest Coast artist Stan Bevan (Tahltan /Tlingit Nation). The show runs from January 15th to February 27th, 2021, in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives.
Essential Oils, an art exhibition by Sherry Nielsen will show in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives from September 18 to October 31, 2020. UPDATE: The end date of this show has been extended to October 31, 2020, instead of October 17th. There is no opening reception
On exhibit at the Kitimat Museum & Archives “Visual Connections” explores the connections between elements in visual images, created by local artists. An eclectic collection of paintings and photographs, this exhibition will appeal to all. The Museum will be open 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday to Saturday, closed
Update: March 18, 2020 – the Kitimat Museum & Archives has closed to the public as to take precautionary measures with the Covid-19 pandemic. The exhibition showcases the artwork of students completing their fine art certification and diplomas at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art, at the
The Scream of the Forest, by Robin Rowland Photography, showing in the Upstairs Gallery at the Kitimat Museum & Archives from January 10 to February 29, 2020. The forest is screaming, a symbol of environmental catastrophe. A few years ago, Robin Rowland noticed a knot on an old stump that