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Back to the Studio with Brandy Masch

Are you ready to take the leap into making art full-time? Brandy Masch has recently done just that, stepping away from her day job at Opus Kelowna to dedicate her days to her art career. She shared her path with us, outlining the steps she has taken to get to this exciting milestone. Read on to gather ideas and inspiration for your own journey!...Read more

Experiments in Mixed Media

Ignite your creativity in fresh new ways! Discover techniques for pushing artistic boundaries by watching Experiments in Mixed Media Part 1: Sketchbooks, Graphite and Yupo (above) & Experiments in Mixed Media Part 2: Yupo, India Ink and Pitt Pens (below). with artist, teacher, public speaker and author, Nancy Crawford....Read more

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From Palate to Palette: A Lorn Curry Exhibition

Lorn Curry
From Palate to Palette – The Contemporary Food Still Life
September 30 – December 1, 2015
Opening Reception: Saturday, October 3, 2:00pm - 4:00pm

From Palate to Palette – The Contemporary Food Still Life is an exhibit of food and kitchen object-themed still-life paintings inspired by contemporary hyper-realism. It seeks to explore the intersection of food and art in our lives.

“From the obesity epidemic to the slow-food movement, our fascination and concern with what is on our plates seems never ending…amidst all this, enter food themed paintings. They can convey a passion for the simple pleasure of the table or tell powerful narratives that attempt to address our concerns,” - Lorn Curry....Read more

Voices and Views Memory Bank

The NVMA’s Curator of Engagement, Lisa Wilson, will help you record your favourite North Vancouver stories. Jot them down and drop it in our piggy bank, or leave your voice in our portable recording booth. Your contributions will help future generations take a walk down memory lane! The Memory Bank is open from 1pm to 4pm at the Centennial Theatre, 2300 Lonsdale Avenue, North Vancouver.