Multiple artists from the northwest showcase their 2D and 3D visual art talents through their art in Northwest Artists. This exhibition displays an eclectic variety of media of all shapes and sizes, that you will enjoy viewing. Northwest Artists runs in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives
Local Lens, an exhibition of Northwest Photographers will show in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum from August 9th to September 21st, 2019. Local Lens invites the public to explore local photography by northern photographers. With no theme, Photographers were encouraged to share through their local lenses what they
Artist Statement For as long as he can remember photographer Dwight Magee has been entranced with the Tango. “The Tango is a vibrant, playful and ultimately sensual dance between two people. When one watches the Tango it’s as though one becomes a voyeur…. watching a choreographed courtship that exudes both
Exhibition of work by art students from Kitimat’s Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School. Young artists showcase their visual art skills in a combined exhibition of visual art and 3-dimensional media in the Upstairs Gallery of the Kitimat Museum & Archives. The exhibition will run from May 10 to June 8,
This exhibition consists of a series of oil paintings depicting various landscapes of Kitimat throughout the year, both urban and the nature surrounding it. The inspiration came from the daily walks with my dog: town walkways and forest trails are usual guests on my canvas. Artist’s statement Many beautiful
This exhibition showcases the artwork of students completing their fine art certification and diplomas at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art, in Terrace Bc. Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art brings all nations together in the pursuit of higher education and sets new standards for aspiring artists.
In this exhibition, photographer Robin Rowland will exhibit film and digital black and white photographs. The photos feature work in photojournalism, landscapes, and portraits, from here in northwestern British Columbia, and around the world from 1974 to 2018. Robin Rowland: “For the first one hundred years of photography, there was just