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Improve your overall drawing/painting/sculpting skills with figure drawing. This series will include instruction and exercises in short-pose gesture drawing and basic structure, negative space, contouring, foreshortening, and rendering with attention to light and shadow.
HOW TO REGISTER
Registration and pre-payment are required. Sign up at the gallery, or by phone with a credit card: 250-847-3898.
Cancellation policy: 50% refund on cancellations made 48hrs or more prior to the workshop
Discounts are offered to members. Memberships are $25 (valid April 1-March 31). Click here for details on how to become a member.
The April 10-May 12, 2018, exhibition at Smithers Art Gallery is “Totem Reflections” by Gitxsan artist Arlene Ness from Hazelton in the Main Gallery, a collection of cultural imagery centred around the ancient totem poles still alive today, and “Awakening Spirit” by Arimathea Pappas from Clinton, BC, in the Mini Gallery, a collection of art created from natural materials with added sculptural components made of clay. Please join us and meet the artists at the opening reception onFriday April 13, 7-9pm – all welcome, free admission, refreshments provided. Gallery Hours: Tuesday-Friday 12-5; Saturday 12-4. www.smithersart.org,firstname.lastname@example.org, 250-847-3898.
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.
For more information, please call 250-632-8950 or email: email@example.com
We Are Witset is a celebration of the name change from Moricetown to The Village of Witset, featuring speeches and story-telling, traditional Witsuwit’en songs and drumming, a fund-raiser BBQ and a Bannock War, cookies, t-shirts, and lots of games and prizes. Come and find out why the people are proud to live there.
Andrea de Vries presents:
The Acorn Project : original songs for young children.
All young children, infants to pre-schooler are invited along with a parent or caregiver to clap, dance, sit or wiggle along with Andrea & her guitar at this free musical program.
Monday, May 7th
9:30 – 10 a.m.
Smithers Public Library
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.