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Contribute piece of mind for art exhibit

Contribute piece of mind for art exhibit

The Kamloops Arts Council is looking for works to be included in the upcoming exhibition Piece of Mind. Partnering with the B.C.
Portrait of a painter

Portrait of a painter

Emily Dundas Oke sits as a model for a class of aspiring portrait painters during a recent acrylic workshop at the Kamloops Art Gallery. Painting 101 returns to the gallery at 465 Victoria St. tomorrow from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Q-and-A with Karla: ‘Art is my voice’

Q-and-A with Karla: ‘Art is my voice’

I recently had the opportunity to paint in a garden of roses with Kamloops artist Kelly Perry. She is meticulous in her art and has a kind soul. She volunteers, teaching and helping others, and often works with children.
ABC’s of art

ABC’s of art

Sherri Abraham and Scott Brown were among students who took to the canvas at the Kamloops Art Gallery on the weekend. The gallery is holding art lessons — dubbed Painting 101 — for those interested in learning about acrylic painting.
KTW reviews X Fest

KTW reviews X Fest

Project X Theatre’s annual summer festival is back at Prince Charles Park with two new shows this year.
Photo Gallery: Family art

Photo Gallery: Family art

Jason Barrett (above) hopes to pick up artistic pointers from five-year-old daughter, Brooke, at the Kamloops Art Gallery. Family Art Day is among summer programs offered by the gallery.
Bring family to the gallery on Saturday

Bring family to the gallery on Saturday

The Kamloops Art Gallery is hosting a family art day on Saturday. The event includes tours, activities and workshops. It takes place from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. For more information, go online to kag.bc.ca or call the gallery at 250-377-2400.
More than a painting

More than a painting

There’s always a moment, just before he reveals a portrait for the first time, when William Dallimore gets a little bit nervous. “There’s always that thought just before I hand it over — I’m all nerves and butterflies,” he said.
Moving studios disruptive physically and emotionally

Moving studios disruptive physically and emotionally

Moving stresses us all out. But, for some people, it is more stressful than for others. Most artists find moving from one studio to another disruptive, not only physically, but emotionally as well.
Before you die

Before you die

Candy Chang’s Before I Die project has been recreated by B.C. Living Arts and will be on display at Riverside Park on Canada Day, where it will remain until the Music in the Park: Hijacked festival on July 10 and July 11.