View + buy local art from more than 140 TNRD artists
March 3-11, 2017
Old Courthouse Cultural Centre (7 Seymour Street W, Kamloops)
Opening Reception (all welcome): Friday, March 3, 5-8pm
Kamloops, BC — Looking for original, affordable artwork? Be sure to visit the Kamloops Arts Council’s Art Exposed Regional Exhibition, running March 3-11, 2017.
The exhibit kicks off Friday, March 3 with an Opening Reception from 5-8pm (presentations at 6:30), featuring wine tastings by Monte Creek Ranch Winery.
“We’ll have dozens of paintings, sculpture, and even fibre art for sale by artists of all ages, from emerging and established,” said Kathy Sinclair, Kamloops Arts Council Executive Director. “This is a great chance spruce up your home or office and support local artists at the same time.”
Art Exposed features works by more than 140 area artists, from youth to senior. Unique to the TNRD, Art Exposed is open; area residents have been invited to submit artwork in any medium – 2D and 3D. Work will be displayed at the Kamloops Old Courthouse for the duration of the exhibit.
$700 in cash prizes will be awarded at the Opening Reception. This year’s jurors are visual artist Wendy Weseen, local artist Christine Beaton and Logan Lake artist Trish Armstrong-Gibson.
People’s Choice and Artist’s Choice will be awarded at the end of the exhibit.
For more information, visit www.kamloopsarts.ca.