The Henry Grube Center will be closed from March 18 through March 22 for school Spring Break.
A field trip has been planned in lieu on March 16 – Icelandic Horses.
Murray O’Neill will be coming to Kamloops to the Thompson Rivers University – International Building (room 1008) to present ‘Raw Image Processing and Digital Image Workflow’. (Note that this is a Saturday.) The presentation will start at 9:00am and run until 1:00pm. Snacks and refreshments will be available.
Murray is a Stock Photographer that specializes in wild life images. His work has graced the covers of more than 40 magazines and has appeared in many publications including National Geographic, Canadian Geographic, as well as tourism brochures for British Columbia, Yukon Territories and Alaska.
Murray photographs all types of mammals and birds, but for the past decade he has taken a special interest in Grizzly Bears. We’ll have an opportunity to see his “Grizzly” work at the end of the day!
Adad Hannah: Artist Tour (5:30) and Reception (6:30) for Glints and Reflections – Friday, January 18, 2019 at the Kamloops Art Gallery 101 – 465 Victoria Street, Kamloops.
This exhibit brings together key works made by Vancouver/Montreal artist Adad Hannah. The focus is on Hannah’s enduring interest in the photographic image combined with video, installation and performance to generate a still image. His work is often based on celebrated paintings and sculptures and is reminiscent of the chronophotography of artist Eadweard Muybridge (1830-1904).
For a different perspective on making a photograph take in the Artist’s Tour and check this exhibit out. Exhibit runs Jan. 18 – Mar. 23/19. Gallery hours are Mon – Sat 10 AM – 5 PM, Wed – 8 PM, Admission free on Thurs – 8 PM sponsored by BCLC. Kag.bc.ca
We are surrounded by signs, graffiti and murals.
What’s your favorite?
Please review Showcase Submissions.
CAPA 2019 Canada My Country Competition
This evening we will be judging photos submitted by our members and determine which ones will be sent on to CAPA for national judging.
Looking your best image(s) which symbolizes our unique Canadian identity and the natural beauty of our country. As such, the images should have been taken in Canada within the past 2 years.
For more details click on the following link: CAPA Competition Canada My Country
Please review Competition Submissions before submitting.