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Family Storytime + Baby & Me Art Exploration

On Thursday, May 25, head to the Kamloops Art Gallery for Family Storytime followed by Baby & Me Art Exploration!

Children three and under with their parents or guardians are invited to the studio for songs, stories and puppets with Kathy from the Kamloops Library at 10:30, followed by baby-friendly art making at 11:00.

All of the art materials are safe for small children who want to put Continue reading Family Storytime + Baby & Me Art Exploration

Kitchen Conversations: Teen Talks

Thursdays, 7:00 pm 

May 18 // June 15

12+, FREE

Join us on the third Thursday of the month for a guided tour of our exhibitions followed by a lively Kitchen Conversation in our studios.

Our exhibitions often explore politically- and socially-charged issues. During your visit, you may come across artworks that evoke Continue reading Kitchen Conversations: Teen Talks

Artist’s Talk and Workshop with Hazel Meyer

Saturday, May 27
Artist’s Talk: 12:00 pm
Workshop: 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm

Ages 14+

FREE

Join us in our studios on Saturday, May 27 to meet Toronto-based artist Hazel Meyer, learn about her art practice and participate in a hands-on workshop led by the artist.

We will begin with her artist’s talk at 12:00 pm, have a short break to mingle and enjoy a light lunch and then at 2:00 pm, Meyer will Continue reading Artist’s Talk and Workshop with Hazel Meyer

Project X Theatre to Return to Prince Charles Park with Family Friendly Shows in July

Project  X  Theatre  is  back  with  another  exciting  season  of  family friendly  summer   programming  in  Prince  Charles  Park!  X  Fest  2017  will  run  in  Prince  Charles  Park  from  July  10th  to  July   29th,  2017.  More  information  will  be  available  at  www.projectxtheatre.ca  soon.

X  Fest  2017  will  include:

The  Jungle  Book  by  Greg  Banks – follow  the  rambunctious,  curious  and  silly  Mowgli  on  a  raucous   adventure  through  the  treetops  and  ancient  ruins  of  the  jungle!  This  new  adaptation  of  the  beloved   Rudyard  Kipling  story  finds  a  child  lost  in  the  Indian  jungle,  where  he  is  adopted  by  Baloo  the  bear,   Bagheera Continue reading Project X Theatre to Return to Prince Charles Park with Family Friendly Shows in July

Kids these days and superyoung exhibitions on until July 1

Helen Reed video still from Blue Moon, 2014. Courtesy of the Artist

Kids these days 

April 8 to July 1, 2017

 Jo-Anne Balcaen Sarah Febbraro Kerri Flannigan Emmanuelle Léonard ● Kyla Mallett Helen Reed Guillaume Simoneau

 superyoung

April 8 to July 1, 2017

Cooper Battersby and Emily Vey Duke Mark Clintberg Sarah Gotowka

Emily Gove Terrance Houle Roselina Hung Sarah Anne Johnson Jenny Lin Hazel Meyer Marc-Antoine K. Phaneuf Walter Scott

 In contemporary North America, youth is commonly understood as the period after childhood when young people learn life skills and explore their identities in preparation for impending adulthood, within the formative, protective structures of family and school. Continue reading Kids these days and superyoung exhibitions on until July 1