Family Art Saturday
Saturday, November 18
1:00 to 3:00 pm
$5 per family // FREE for members
Join us for a fun afternoon of mini-tours and hands-on art making activities inspired by our exhibitions.
This month, we explore the art work of Manitoba-based glass artist Ione Thorkelsson. On our mini-tours, we will look closely at her cast- Continue reading Family Art Saturday
We’re thrilled to be teaming up once again with popular guest artists Jeans ‘n Classics to present The Ultimate Symphonic Rock Show on the Sagebrush Theatre stage for two nights: Friday, November 17 and Saturday, November 18 at 7:30 pm.
Jeans ‘n Classics has been combining rock with symphonies for almost 20 years. The London, Ontario based orchestra rock act’s Continue reading The perfect fusion of rock band with symphony orchestra
Our popular fundraiser is back for the fall, and it has a new home: Lansdowne Village. We will be in the old Fields location, near Spitfire Computers, across from Senor Froggy’s. The sale will be running from Saturday, November 11 to Saturday, November 25.
The Kamloops Symphony accepts donations of gently used books, sheet music, records and CDs on a continual basis that are kept in a donated storage space until sale time. These valuable donations are Continue reading Barb’s Used Book & Music Sale Moves To A New Home This Fall
The Kamloops Arts Council’s 3rd annual Art in the Dark fundraiser returns Saturday, Nov. 18, this year at Art Knapp.
The 19+ event will feature a DJ and dance floor as well as activities such as black light bodypainting by Kelly Wright, live painting by Amie Stoltz, clay with Amanda Eccleston, and much more.
Shuttle service between the event location and downtown, and the event and Cascades Casino, will be available.
“This is a great evening out — a little different than traditional Continue reading Bodypaint, Dancing & More at Art in the Dark Fundraiser
Nov. 1-18 in the KAC Main and Hallway Galleries at the Old Courthouse
Opening Reception: Wednesday, Nov. 1, 6-8pm ~ all welcome
A collection of works created by the Kamloops Arts Council’s Crossing Bridges art instructors, past and present.
is an interactive multidisciplinary collaboration among the arts community and social service agencies. The program delivers high-quality arts workshops at no cost to children, youth, families, adults and seniors in the Kamloops area who may be facing challenges or in crisis.