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Welcome to Peace Gallery North. We are honoured to represent many of the Peace Region’s finest artists and artisans, both established and emerging. Peace Gallery North’s collection of art, in a broad range of media, showcases the dynamic and innovative. The artists we represent continually offer the highest quality of work while exploring fresh ideas and ways of expressing themselves. Join us every month for a new exhibition, with both group and solo shows.

 

Stay Healthy- Keep Smiling – Spring is Coming!

 

We have some great Exhibitions coming up in 2020, and we don’t want you to miss any of them!

 

Visit us here at npcc.bc.ca often, follow us on facebook, let us add you to our newsletter by e-mailing us at gallery@npcc.bc.ca  AND will keep you posted with new dates, upcoming events and some pretty terrific art!

 

Bright Nights in June (June 12, 13 & 14 or later in the Summer!) Planning for this Annual Community Event is underway – if you are interested in the artists market, performing arts demonstration, workshop or information booth please let us know!  Send an e-mail to gallery@npcc.bc.ca  – we may need to move the event to a later date but we KNOW that there will be some BRIGHTER NIGHTS this SUMMER!

 

Frances Obie’s Solo Exhibit will be the first show to open in the Gallery.  The pastel paintings in “Sky High” will inspire all of us, as the ever changing nature of the atmosphere has inspired Frances to create this beautiful body of works.  It will be so exciting to celebrate with Frances at the opening reception, with refreshments, music and a renewed appreciation for community and connection!

The month following we will be delighted to host the Peace River Chapter Federation of Canadian Artists’ at the Gallery.  The Federation’s Peace River Chapter, is a regional community of professional and semi-professional artists and art lovers. Its 44 supporting and active members reside in Dawson Creek, Fort St. John, Chetwynd, Tumbler Ridge, Beaverlodge, Grande Prairie and surrounding communities.  The “Fleeting Moments” Exhibition promises to be a collection that you will want to take some lingering moments to enjoy.

Celebrating community, where ever you may be is important! According to Websters the definition of  Ex situ is Outside, off site, or away from the natural location. Join the Filipino Canadian Artists in Fort St. John group as  they present an amazing array of talent and diversity with “Ex Situ 2020”   Stay tuned for reception and exhibition dates!

Open Call to Visual Artists – Deadline to Apply: July 31, 2020

The Artist in Residence (AIR) program will support a visual artist to develop and create a body of work fro a professionally curated exhibition.  Priority may be given to BC based  artist, however, any artist residing in northeast BC or a visual artist who is a member of an arts council supported by the Peace Liard Regional Arts Council (PLRAC) is eligible to apply.

Application Deadline: July 31, 2020 & Notification of Results: August 31, 2020

The AIR program provides the Artist with:

  • Mentorship from a professional visual artist
  • Subsistence fee of $2,000 for a four-week working period
  • Studio space if required
  • Accommodation if required
  • Professionally curated exhibition to be held at Peace Gallery North in Fort St. John – the artist will be paid a CARFAC exhibition fee of $2,077
  • Presentation by AIR mentor available to all Peace Region artists

For further details and application guidelines visit the PLRAC website at peaceliardarts.org or email donna Kate at edplrac@gmail.com

 

 

 

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