Kootenay Gallery: J.L. Crowe students part of ‘Young Visions 2015’

The Kootenay Gallery presents the annual “Young Visions 2015” exhibition from April 23 to May 30.

The Kootenay Gallery presents the annual “Young Visions 2015” exhibition from April 23 to May 30.

The event will be showcasing the work of students in grades 8 to 12 and their teachers from J.L. Crowe Secondary School, Stanley Humphries and the Kootenay Columbia Learning Centre.

“Young Visions 2015” provides art students and teachers the opportunity to exhibit their work in a professional publicly funded art gallery.

The Gallery will be bursting at the seams with sculptures, paintings, drawings, ceramics and photographs created by these talented young artists.  The works cover a broad range of subject matter allowing the viewer a glimpse of the world through the eyes of the next generation.

The opening reception will be held on Thursday, April 23 at 7 p.m. with many of the artists in attendance. The exhibition will be showing until May 30 at the Kootenay Gallery, located across from the Castlegar Airport, adjacent to the Doukhobor Discovery Centre, which is open from Tuesday to Saturday from 10-5pm. For more information contact the Gallery at 365-3337 or visit www.kootenaygallery.com.

 

Just Posted

New affordable housing in the works for East Trail

The proposal involves tearing down the old McBride Manor house and building a “nine-plex”

Snow hosts available to help you explore the Rossland Range

Safe and responsible way to learn about Rossland Recreation Site

Support for Music Heals Program in Trail

The music therapy program for seniors runs in Columbia View Lodge

South Columbia SAR hoping season stays relatively quiet

Group has responded to four calls so far this winter

Kootenay view from the top

Blue skies greeted those who ventured to the top of Granite Mountain

Giant rotating ice disk forms in Maine river

Ice disk that is roughly 100 yards wide has formed in the Presumpscot River

B.C. storm totals $37M in insured damages

The December storm wreaked havoc on B.C.’s south coast

Pregnant B.C. firefighter tries to save own house that caught fire

Julia Flinton and Anthony Sellars both worked on the 2017 wildfires

Theresa May wins no-confidence vote after Brexit deal rejection

UK PM can keep her job, after House of Commons voted 325-306

First Nation supporters march to Horgan’s MLA office

Dozens marched across the Greater Victoria community of Langford to support the Wet’suwet’en people

Liberal candidate steps aside after singling out Jagmeet Singh’s race

Karen Wang says she made comments online that referenced Singh’s cultural background

SUV wedged on top of car in B.C. mall parking lot has customers confused

The accident occurred Tuesday, no injuries were reported

SPCA seeks help for Shelby the dog

Cranbrook branch seeks help with costs for a Shih Tzu suffering from a number of medical issues.

Most Read