Student art works at Lake Country Art Gallery

Memento is an exhibition of art by the students of Lake Country, at the gallery from May 3 to 31.

The Lake Country Art Gallery presents Memento, an exhibition of art by the students of Lake Country, from May 3 to 31. In this way the gallery supports, engages and fosters students’ artistic accomplishments.

The opening is from 1 to 3 p.m. on May 4.

The exhibition showcases works of art from the students of Oyama Traditional School, Davidson Road Elementary, Peter Greer Elementary School and George Elliot Secondary School and has been curated by UBC Okanagan practicum students Kelsie Balehowsky and Lucas Glenn.

On Saturday, May 11, an interactive workshop titled Shape Shifting will be held at LCAG to introduce students to a tactile way of creating compositions using both 2D and 3D materials.

On May 15 at 7 p.m., Glenn and Balehowsky will lead a discussion about art education.


Just Posted

Okanagan’s smoke filled skies toxic to pets

Pet owners should take extra precautions with pets until smoke dissipates

Air support grounded as fires fill the skies with smoke

Update Aug. 19 1:25 p.m. A majority of air support is still… Continue reading

Crews continue extinguish Snowy Mountain Wildfire

The 13,359 hectare wildfire is classified as held

Smoky skies means stay inside, according to Interior Health

The air quality in the Okanagan is considered a high risk

Flights from Kelowna International Airport affected by wildfire smoke

Passengers are being asked to check their flight’s status before arriving

Canadians fear for relatives trapped amid flooding in Indian state of Kerala

More than 800,000people have been displaced by floods and landslides

IndyCar driver Wickens flown to hospital after scary crash

IndyCar said Wickens was awake and alert as he was taken to a hospital

Ex-BCTF president ‘undeterred’ after early release from pipeline protest jail term

Susan Lambert and Order of Canada recipient Jean Swanson released early

Fast food chains look to capitalize on vegetarian, vegan trend with new items

Seven per cent of Canadians consider themselves vegetarians and 2.3 per cent identify as vegans

B.C. swimmer halts journey across Strait of Juan de Fuca after hypothermia sets in

Victoria MS athlete Susan Simmons swam for eight-and-a-half hours in 9 C choppy waters

‘Hard on water:’ Smoke not the only long-range effect of wildfires

The project began more than 10 years ago after southern Alberta’s 2003 Lost Creek fire

B.C. VIEWS: Genuine aboriginal rights are misused and discredited

Camp Cloud one of long line of protests falsely asserting title

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to march in Montreal’s Pride parade

Trudeau will end the day in his home riding of Papineau

Most Read