We are excited to be participating in the 2023 Skeena Salmon Art Show travel circuit. This annual exhibition, now in its sixth year, celebrates the importance of the Skeena River salmon to our cultures, communities, and ecosystems.
Nearly 100 artists from across Northwestern BC and beyond have created works inspired by the salmon, the Skeena, and the natural beauty and historic cultures of this region. A selection of pieces from the Terrace Show, including paintings, carvings, textiles, glasswork, photography, jewellery, and more, will be on display at the Kitimat Museum & Archives.
This exhibition will run from Friday, September 8 to October 7, 2023, in the Upstairs Gallery. Hours of operation and location information can can be found on our Contact us page.
Opening Reception: Friday, September 8, 2023, at 7 pm at the Kitimat Museum & Archives
The show travels from the Terrace Art Gallery onward to our Upstairs Gallery, and will end at Smithers Art Gallery.
Dates and locations of the Skeena Salmon Art Show
Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society
The Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society is a First Nation’s Arts Collective bringing public art to Northwest BC. We are a registered non-profit society in good standing, with a proven track record in delivering public art projects.
Established in 2018, the Skeena Salmon Arts Festival Society has partnered with property owners, business operators, the City of Terrace, the Terrace Downtown Improvement Area Society among others to deliver high calibre public art projects including murals, sculptural installations, banners and new works to come.
The society aims to celebrate the importance of salmon as a unifying symbol of the people who make northwestern British Columbia their homes. We gratefully acknowledge that the society’s business is based out of Terrace, BC located on the traditional territory of the Ts’msyen people of Kitsumkalum and Kitselas.