‘Northern Wood Cuts’ starts Friday, January 15, and continues to Saturday, February 27, 2021, in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives. ‘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
The Kitimat Museum & Archives is proud to present ‘Essential Oils, art by Sherry Nielsen’, in the Upstairs Gallery. This exhibition will run from Friday, September 18th to October 31, 2020. Due to COVID precautions there will be no opening reception. Note: The Kitimat Museum is following recommended COVID-19 preventative
NOW SHOWING “Visual Connections”, an Art & Photography Exhibition, is showing from August 7 to September 12, 2020, in the Upstairs Gallery of 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
The Kitimat Museum & Archives is happy to support the Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society in promoting this three-venue exhibition The Skeena Salmon Arts Show is back for its third annual iteration with its most expansive show yet, a three-venue exhibition spanning the Skeena Watershed. The exhibition will run from August
SEEKING ARTISTS & PHOTOGRAPHERS: There’s still time to register for the upcoming community art & photography exhibition in our Upstairs Gallery. We are very excited about this show as Kitimat has so many people with a creative eye to share what they see and feel. Register today at the Kitimat
The Kitimat Museum & Archives is seeking artists and photographers of all skill levels to share their work in an upcoming community exhibition, ‘Visual Connections’ in August. Learn more about this Call for Entry by visiting the Call for Entry page of the Museum website.
Seeking visual artists. Artists in the northwest are invited to submit up to three art pieces for an upcoming exhibition ‘Northwest Artists’ at the Kitimat Museum & Archives. There is no theme to this exhibition; almost all subjects and 2D mediums will be accepted. Entry forms are available online at