Shi kéé, curated by BFA student Maura Tamez, is currently showing in the Kelowna RCA’s galleria. It is an exhibition by emerging Indigenous youth and emerging artists presented by the UBC Okanagan Indigenous Art Intensive and the Rotary Centre for the Arts.
Curator Tamez has selected works that range from painting, collage, textiles, digital media, and current traditional practices.
Three Indigenous artist’s video works will screen inside a unique mobile gallery, parked out front of the Rotary Centre for the Arts this spring and summer. The iArt Gallery will present works by noted artists Maureen Gruben, Christine Howard Sandoval and Krista Belle Stewart, curated by UBC Okanagan Assistant professor Tania Willard, as part of the Indigenous Art Intensive.
The exhibition, Being Out On the Land: Feeds, Streams and Captures, is mounted in partnership with the Rotary Centre for the Arts and the Thompson Okanagan Tourist Association.