1315 Water St
HOURS: tue-sat 10am-5pm; thu 10am-9pm; sun 12-4pm
ADMISSION: adults $5, seniors/students $4, family $10, group of 10 or more $40, members free, thu free.
To Apr 14
Our Lives Through Our Eyes: Nk’Mip Children’s Art brings together over 75 works of art created by children and youth during the era of WW II, who attended the Inkameep Day School, which was located on the Osoyoos Indian Band reserve.
Opening Feb 2
The Poetics of Space. Featuring works from the early twentieth century to present day, this exhibition considers how we experience, create and contain space.
To Feb 18
Aleksandra Dulic and Miles Thorogood: Journey of a Pod.
Mar 9-Jun 16
Jane Everett: Understory. Immersive mixed-media which evoke the feeling of standing amongst the grand forests of the BC interior.
Tania Willard: Gut Instincts. Installation in the Rotary Courtyard space.
OFFSITE: Kelowna International Airport (ylw)
To Mar 13
Fern Helfand: Okanagan Log Pile. Large-scale photographic montage exploring issues surrounding the forestry industry in BC.
Opening Mar 13
David Wilson Sookinakin: Water Travels a Cycle.
The Kelowna Art Gallery is located in the heart of Kelowna’s Cultural District on Water Street in downtown Kelowna, BC. Visitors can explore changing exhibitions of both historical and contemporary Canadian art in our four gallery spaces, including an outdoor courtyard area.
Our Lives Through Our Eyes: Nk’Mip Children’s Art
A Cultivating Journey