The LC Art Gallery has up to four annual opportunities for Gallery Members to enter their work for Exhibit. These may include: Annual Juried Member's Exhibition; Intergenerational/ Community Exhibition; ArtWalk Themed Gallery Exhibition, and Under 100 Fundraising Exhibition. (read on for details!) These annual shows are selected by Jury/ by Curator for cohesion of them and for engaging visitor experience.
*All annual shows are open for gallery members to apply for, click here to apply for a membership or come by the gallery to apply!
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Annual Juried Member's Exhibition
January 9 to February 20, 2021
Made by Hand
There have never been clear lines drawn between artist and artisan...and this debate always makes good dinner conversation and a good subject for this year’s Members’ Exhibition.
MORE DETAILS HERE
Annual Open Community/ Intergenerational Exhibition
April 17 to May 22, 2021
Voice & Land
Community Exhibition with guest artist David Wilson
Community members are invited to submit work that is about voice and land. This theme is open to interpretation and encourage all to explore possibilities and create art work that speaks to the relationship and beauty between humans and the natural world.
Art work by artists of all ages will be accepted and we encourage collaboration between artists.
Any medium, any size, 2D or 3D.
For more information contact the curator
Under 100 FUNDRAISING Exhibition 2021
late November to December 21st
Two-stage application process begins mid September - look out for current information posted here
The Under 100 Exhibition is comprised of small, one of a kind, original artworks by Okanagan artists available for sale. The artworks will be approximately a total of 100 sq inches. Three-dimensional artworks will also be considered. This exhibition is an important fundraiser for the Lake Country Art Gallery.
To familiarise yourself with step #1,
you can see the previous year's APPLICATION INFORMATION HERE
The gallery employs curatorial expertise to implement the setting of exhibitions, programs and services in accordance with nationally recognised professional standards of operation.
It is not the gallery’s mandate to sell works of art during an exhibition. However the Lake Country Art Gallery will keep a price list available for requested inquiries and will take a 20% administration fee on any works which are sold during an exhibition.
The exception to this is the fundraising U100 exhibition for which we actively promote sales and will take 30% commission in support of future programming at the Gallery
current and upcoming
exhibitions and programming: