Enjoy your local artists while cheering ARTSCO’s 60th

ARTSCO is celebrating its 60th year by showcasing local artists in a display of 60 artists in 60 spaces across the Central Okanagan.

  • Sep. 27, 2013 7:00 a.m.

Artist Michelle Loughery’s mural at the Lake Country Art Gallery is part of the Arts Council of the Central Okanagan’s 60th anniversary

Several locations in Lake Country are part of a unique celebration of the local arts scene and are available for viewing until the end of the September.

The Arts Council of the Central Okanagan (ARTSCO) is celebrating its 60th year of supporting the arts in the Okanagan by showcasing local artists in a display of 60 artists in 60 spaces across the Central Okanagan, including Lake Country, Kelowna, West Kelowna, Westbank and Peachland.

Admission to all events and exhibitions is free or by donation, and each will give the participating community the opportunity to experience art in unexpected ways and in unexpected places.

“This celebration will provide brilliance to community engagement and a sense of community pride to all that experience it,” stated a press release from ARTSCO.

In Lake Country, the art is displayed in the following places:

• Lake Country Art Gallery

Artist: Michelle Loughery

• Lake Country Municipal Hall

Artist: Neil Erickson

• Lake Country Municipal Hall

Artist: John Vander woude

• Aspen Grove Golf Course

Artist: Cherie Sibley.

 

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