The Kitimat Museum & Archives upstairs gallery will be closed throughout April for the installation of cases to re-house the Haisla Heritage Collection.
CALL FOR ENTRY: VISUAL ARTIST FOR CANADA 150
Kitimat is multi-ethnic, representative of many communities across Canada. This is an opportunity for local artists to express their views and impressions on their community and country through the visual arts media. Artists will create their own Kitimat “landscapes” to express feelings for their country, Canada. The “landscapes” could be traditional, or non-traditional such as mountains, rivers, and ocean and feature local flora or fauna, dreamscapes, or urban landscapes (interior and exterior). Artists are welcome to include a written statement or quote to accompany their art work. These pieces may be for sale if the artist wishes.
For more details and deadlines contact Angela Eastman at firstname.lastname@example.org
CANADA 150 "What it means to be Canadian"
The Kitimat Public Library and the Kitimat Museum & Archives commemorate
Canada's 150th Birthday with "What it Means to be Canadian"
Send us your submission on what it means to be Canadian (written works to Kitimat Library, visual arts to the Kitimat Museum)
Deadline for entry: May 5, 2017
Your work may:
be selected for exhibition at the Museum, June 16 - August 5, 2017
be selected for inclusion on the Library and Museum websites
be selected for submission in the 30th Anniversary of the Canada Day Challenge; for more information, search for 'Canada Day Challenge' on www.canada.ca
Funded by the Government of Canada
Finance par le gouvernement du Canada
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