Monthly Archives: January 2018

ANETTA SIDOROWICZ: SELF PORTRAIT IN CLAY

February 9 – February 24, 2018 Anetta Sidorowicz recent works attempt to reveal aspects of history and self-portraits, which have a profound impact on our contemporary culture today.  In the current climate, where the important role is played by social media, or so called mirror phenomenon, self portraits play a vital role, like seeing oneself…

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FOCAL POINTS

photo credit: Kevin Friesen March 3 – March 17, 2018. Focal Points an Exhibition of Work by Photography Students from UBCO From black and white photographs hand printed in the traditional darkroom, to digital images montaged and manipulated in Adobe Photoshop, this exhibition highlights the wide diversity of content and form in the work being done…

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EMILY NEUFELD: BEFORE DEMOLITION

March 23 – May 5, 2018 Opening Reception March 23 @ 6-8 pm Vancouver-based Emily Neufeld’s practice revolves around domestic spaces and place, and explores the link between a person’s identity and their location. She uses homes slated for demolition as starting points for her art and performs interventions in the space that act as…

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JIM HOLYOAK: BOOK OF NINETEEN NOCTURNES

January 19 - March 3, 2018 Opening Reception January 19 @ 7pm “Fantasy abandoned by reason produces impossible monsters. Fantasy united with reason is the mother of the arts, and a source of wonders.” -       Francisco Goya         Jim Holyoak’s discipline is composed of drawing and writing, artists’ books and room-sized installations, exploring (or perhaps...
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PATRICIA LEINEMANN: LITTLE MOTHER

January 19 – February 3, 2018 Returning to her hometown of Kelowna after twenty-six years in Alberta, Patricia travelled around the world before entering UBC Okanagan. Currently she is in her final year of a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. Sculpture and installation are her primary focus. Patricia’s reoccurring themes are family, memory, time, and…

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RACHEL MERCER: STRANGE COMPANY

January 19 – March 3, 2018 Opening Reception January 19 @ 9pm Where: Kettle River Brewing Co. 731 Baillie Ave In partnership with the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art, Kettle River Brewing provides an informal, alternative exhibition space for emerging contemporary artists to exhibit works. Existing along the walls of social space, Strange Company (2017) is…

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SKIN & BONES MUSIC SERIES #25: Cross-Border Jazz Meltdown at Kelowna Festival

Musicians:  MGB (Matt Mitchell, Gord Grdina, Jim Black) Event:  Experimental Music Series Date:  January 25th, at 8pm sharp (doors 7:30pm) Cross-Border Jazz Meltdown at Kelowna Festival Kelowna’s international arts festival Living Things and The Skin And Bones Music Series join forces to present in concert internationally acclaimed ensemble MGB on January 25th at the Black…

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