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Kamloops Art Gallery

by Meredith Areskoug

101-465 Victoria St

Kamloops, BC


Temporarily closed.
HOURS: mon-sat 10am-5pm; thu 10am-9pm; closed stat holidays.

Opening Soon Anyssa Fortie: Pleasant Field. Fortie has developed an immersive installation based on recollections of places and events as abstracted memories. She is interested in how memories change, through the re-telling and the re-remembering of them. Don Lawrence: Casting the Eye Adrift. Offering insight into four decades of Donald Lawrence’s practice, this retrospective exhibition brings together major sculptural works, videos, photographs, drawings, preparatory models and ephemeral works that represent Lawrence’s longstanding interest in the intersections between art, science and technology and concepts of wilderness.


Incorporated in 1978, the Kamloops Art Gallery serves residents of and visitors to Kamloops (pop. 90,280) and the surrounding Thompson-Nicola Regional District (pop. 132,6663) as well as national and international audiences.


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