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Visual artists in the northwest are invited to submit up to three art pieces for an upcoming exhibition ‘Northwest Artists’ at the Kitimat Museum & Archives. There is no theme to this exhibition; almost all subjects and 2D mediums will be accepted.
Entry forms are available online at www.kitimatmuseum.ca, or at the Kitimat Museum & Archives front desk. Deadline for entry is May 25, 2018. All artwork must be in the Museum by June 11, 2018, for installation. If your artwork requires framing, the Kitimat Museum has two frame sizes available for use, call or email for details.
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Art by students of Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School
Visit this display of art by students from Kitimat’s Mount Elizabeth Middle Secondary School.
This show is a mix of art, photography, and pottery by art class students of the local middle and secondary school.
You are invited to Bulkley Valley Farmers’ Market in Smithers to pick up some afternoon picnic supplies, groceries for the week, and Saturday dinner fixings from local farms and producers. Each week you’ll find a fresh selection of fresh and organic produce, meat, eggs, poultry, artisanal prepared food, baking and local honey. You will also find the unique talents of local artists and crafters who offer jewelry, wood-working, soaps, stained glass, sewing and much more. Pay a visit to this beautiful laid-back market where you can stop and chat with the producers, sip coffee and enjoy live music.
Bulkley Valley Farmers’ Market runs every Saturday, 8:30am-12:30pm at the corner of Main St and Hwy 16 in Smithers.
The Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir along with the Sine Nomine Choir from Terrace will perform at MET on Sunday, May 27th at 7:00 pm. The acclaimed 45 member choir formed in 1992 for “men of all ages who love to sing”, melds the dynamic and tonal possibilities of the blend of male voices, under Artistic Director Liana Savard, with an eclectic, but highly popular repertoire that covers everything from sacred and folk songs and Canadiana, to contemporary ballads and old-time rock n’ roll.