Studio Programs offer opportunities for all ages to learn how art connects with our daily lives. Focusing on the KAG’s current exhibitions, studio programs include interactive tours, activities, and workshops that encourage self-expression and experimentation through the process of learning about art techniques, basic design concepts, and a variety of diverse media.
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Studio Programs are held in the Ken Lepin and Tricia Sellmer studios at the Gallery (unless otherwise noted).
A free social drawing event hosted by the Kamloops Art Gallery for the duration of the current exhibition Unreal. Come and work on your own or join in on collaborative drawings with other local artists. No experience necessary. Must be +19 to participate.
Arbor Collective continues to meet at the Gallery select Thursday evenings. The Collective supports the creation and dissemination of work from Aboriginal, Inuit and Métis artists from all Indigenous Nations living in the Kamloops area, and working in all artistic disciplines. Arbor Collective involves participants in creating work that confronts and challenges stereotypes, hidden histories and stolen voices, and works to inspire and empower individuals through creativity. A number of drop-in spaces are available for interested youth to participate. Call 250-377-2400 for more information.
Drop in with your family and get Surreal! Drawing on
themes from Unreal, projects will
focus on dreams, the absurd, the
illogical and the fantastic. Mixed
media projects will introduce
participants to a variety of
Come early for a free artist's talk and tour with Marina Roy. Click here for details.
Taking inspiration from the contemporary Surrealist works in Unreal, drop in and draw your most pressing anxieties. Surrealism developed in part as a response to political and economic strife caused by the Great Wars centered in Europe. Contemporary life is subject to some of the same instabilities and inequalities that characterized this period in history. Using automatic and collaborative processes, we will draw the fears and phobias (great and small) that stem from the uncertainty of this age, creating an index of contemporary fears as we experience them.
Kim Clarke Photography
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