New Exhibition Considers the Past and Future of Two Rivers Gallery’s Permanent Collection
Reflections: A Meditation on 35 Years of Collecting
October 21st, 2021 – January 2nd, 2022
Featuring work by Catherine Blackburn, Thoma Ewen, Adad Hannah, Murray Johnson, lessLIE, Clint Neufeld, Gary Pearson, Jennifer Annaïs Pighin, Theresa Sapergia and Peter von Tiesenhausen.
Reflections: A Meditation on 35 Years of Collecting celebrates the 50th anniversary of Two Rivers Gallery through a selection of artwork acquired since its permanent collection began 35 years ago. Two Rivers Gallery has built a collection from generous donations by exhibiting artist and collectors, as well as artworks purchased or obtained through major projects in collaboration with contemporary artists from across Canada.
As we contemplate the permanent collection, we consider the path Two Rivers Gallery has taken and that which we will forge in the future. We are proud of the art that calls the Gallery home, yet we also recognize the opportunity for growth as we continue to expand our idea of what our permanent collection can and should be.
We invite the community to take part, interacting with our permanent collection by sharing thoughts and creating new labels and hashtags in response to the artworks on display. What do you think an art collection in Northern BC should look like?
Stay tuned in early November for a second interactive project, inviting you to be the curator and arrange your own exhibition! Take a photo of the finished display and use the hashtag #MyTRGCollection and share it with us @tworiversgallery on Instagram and Facebook.
Visitors are invited to join us at Two Rivers Gallery on the evening of October 21st from 5pm to 7pm for a soft opening celebrating this new exhibition. Because of current COVID-19 restrictions, attendance is limited to thirty visitors. Masks and proof of vaccination will be required as per the order of the Provincial Health Officer of BC.
About Two Rivers Gallery:
Two Rivers Gallery, gratefully located on the unceded, traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh, is a center for contemporary Canadian art and creativity in Prince George and the central interior of British Columbia. The Gallery encourages lifelong learning through engaging exhibitions and educational programs. We strive to embed artists, develop as an empathetic gallery, make a positive social impact in our community, and embrace diverse voices.
Visit us: Tuesdays to Saturdays 10am-5pm, Thursdays 10am-9pm and Sundays 12pm-5pm. Closed Mondays.
Admission by Donation. Two Rivers Gallery 725 Canada Games Way, Prince George, BC, V2L 5T1
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