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  • Michele J Jensen

    Michele J Jensen, formerly of Prince George and now living just outside Edmonton, paints other-worldly landscapes that are often somewhat disconcerting. Strange sources of light illuminating her forests, swathes of torn fabric fluttering while snagged on trees, and other peculiar details hint at some manner of ominous underpinning. Exhibition dates: April 29 - July 10, 2016. Photo: Michele Jensen, Dippers, 2013. Acrylic on masonite panel.

  • Ruth Beer: States of Matter

    Developed in collaboration with the Reach Museum and Art Gallery in Abbotsford, BC, this exhibition presents the work of Vancouver artist Ruth Beer who uses sculpture, woven structures and video to address the interlaced relationships between extracted resources such as oil and copper, and the environment and culture. Exhibition dates: April 29 - July 10, 2016. Photo: Oil Topography, 2014. Copper, polyester jacquard woven.tapestry.

  • Roderick Brown: Post Wild BC: Animals in the Anthropocene

    Roderick Brown, an artist based in Terrace, British Columbia, is best known for his intricate woodcarvings of animals. Brown’s interest in the natural world influences much of his artistic practice and has brought him to consider such notions as the Anthropocene. With a focus on British Columbia wildlife, Brown has created sculptures of bear, caribou, wolf and salmon, which have been arranged, segmented and manipulated in order to allude to the Anthropocene era. This exhibition invites viewers to consider the hierarchy of power among Earth’s species, and what it means for humans to occupy the top position. Exhibition dates: May 12 - July 24, 2016. Photo: Roderick Brown, 6 Pack, 2016. Western Red Cedar, Pacific Silver Fir.

  • Children's Studio Programs

    Our studio programs are designed for young people of differing ages and abilities to explore a variety of media and to encourage their expression. Students will learn new techniques and create a wide range of open-ended art projects. Materials are provided.

  • Adult Studio Programs

    Sign up now for adult classes or workshops beginning in March, April or May.

  • Summer Creativity Camps

    Registration is open for Summer Creativity Camps, running from July 11th - September 2nd. Camp themes vary from Abstract Art, Printmaking, MakerLab, Kinetic Art, Drawing and Painting, Teen Week and more!

  • Youth MakerLab

    Join Youth MakerLab Classes for ages 9 - 13, after school from March - May. Youth MakerLab focuses on creative, open-ended projects that explore and practice a range of handy skills while at the same time encouraging self-direction and problem solving. Through a variety of projects, challenges, and visits from guest Makers, this after school team takes on Making as a process and an end result.

about two rivers

Two Rivers Gallery is a vital centre for visual art in Prince George and the central interior of British Columbia, Canada. It is run by the nonprofit Prince George Regional Art Gallery Association with a mission to:

  • Encourage lifelong learning through the arts,
  • Create an environment for vigorous artistic and cultural expression and
  • Provide opportunities for diverse experiences through participation and exhibition.

Visit us to experience our art collection, exhibitions, tours, lessons, adult art classes, children's art classes, workshops, art rentals and fine crafts. We are the major art gallery in the Central Interior of British Columbia.

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