On exhibition in the main gallery of the Vernon Public Art Gallery is Kelsey Stephenson’s flux, a print-based installation that examines the impact that place has on memory. Flux looks at the impressions that people create on the landscape through the lens of water, erosion, and shifts in the environment and features printed fabric panels accompanied by sound elements from the Alberta watershed. Exhibition runs from July 23 until Sept. 30.
The Vernon Public Art Gallery is exhibiting works by UBC Okanagan fine arts students. Printmaking at UBCO consists of prints produced by traditional and modern methods, including relief prints, intaglio, lithography, and screenprinting. The prints cover various subject matter from questions surrounding the landscape and environmental stewardship, to the human condition, to formal abstract structures.
Exhibition runs Oct. 8 to Dec. 22.
The Vernon Public Art Gallery has teamed up with the Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies at the University of British Columbia Okanagan to bring to you the ‘UBCO Lecture Series’ featuring Morgan Rauscher, the Biz-Tech Innovator, artist and Educator coming November 12th from 6-8. Every two months the VPAG features a new faculty member who shares with our community their artistic practice or research interest in a relaxed and intimate atmosphere. Participants get to experience a quality university level lecture, in a welcoming and non-intimidating environment with an opportunity for a question and answer session at the end of the presentation. Click for more details.
The Vernon Public Art Gallery is showing mix-media sculptural installations by David and Jorden Doody. The Doodys’ Electric Sleep is a collaborative sculptural installation that incorporates re-purposed, ready-made objects with hand-built sculptural elements juxtaposed with today’s screen culture.
Exhibition opens at the VPAG Oct. 8 and runs to Dec. 22.