National art on show in Kamloops

The show will run daily from 10 to 5, including Sunday and Monday, until May 1

The Thompson Nicola Shuswap chapter of the Federation of Canadian Artists will be holding its ninth annual National Art Show at the Old Courthouse Centre for the Arts on Seymour St in Kamloops.

Opening night will be Friday, April 22 from 7 to 9 p.m. The public will be welcome. The show will run daily from 10 to 5, including Sunday and Monday, until May 1, when it will close at 3 p.m. Entry will be by donation.

This will be a chance to see art from as far away as Nova Scotia and Quebec as well as from around Western Canada. There will be something to appeal to every taste, with a variety of genres and approaches.


The TNSC show has a category for the senior members of the federation – nationally renowned artists whose work only comes to Kamloops for this show once a year.



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