Written Matter

Image: Jack Jeffrey Studio, Vancouver 2018 August 31 – October 13, 2018 Opening Reception: Friday, August 31st, 2018, 6-8pm The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art is pleased to present an international group exhibition featuring artists Dora Economou (Athens); Jack Jeffrey (Vancouver); Natalia Calderón (Xalapa); Roberto Comini and Valérie Bourdel (Marseilles); and Gary Pearson (Kelowna). The…

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Emmanuel Aréizaga: The Right Angle

Opening Reception: July 27, 2018, 6-8pm Emmanuel Aréizaga is an Animation student at the Center of Arts and Technology in Kelowna. His favorite mediums include pencil, pen, charcoal and pastels, but he also enjoys working with acrylics and digital paintings. Emmanuel’s current work has combined the traditional arts with his passion for 3D animation. His…

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Susan Bizecki: Prominent Features

“Prominent features” are a series of fibre sculptures constructed of various transparent fabrics and fibre fill. In this group of work, Susan Bizecki reflects on our current cultural shift on gender identification and how we identify ourselves within the context of gender differences. Who do we identify as? Where do these definitions fit in the…

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Alberto Azzi: A Quest for Harmony

Opening Reception: July 6, 2018, 6-8pm Kelowna-based artist, Alberto Azzi’s oil and acrylic paintings are characterized by an intersection of realism and fantasy. Alberto is a self-taught artist whose precision and fine details in his paintings can be traced to his forty year career of precision work as a dentist. Alberto was born in Cles,…

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Annual General Meeting 2018

The Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art (Okanagan Artists Alternative Association) would like to invite you to our Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday, July 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm. The AGM is a great time to be introduced to the association’s Board of Directors and staff, gain an idea of the association’s present financial state,…

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Olivia Whetung: gaa-waategamaag

gaa-waategamaag Opening Reception: July, 6, 2018, 6-8 p.m. The work in this exhibition explores Mississauga-Anishinaabe place and landscape. Many Anishinaabe and Mississauga place names refer to the water; in fact, the name Mississauga itself refers to water. Navigating within Mississauga territory means having a constant awareness of the bodies of water, even when on land….

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