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Situated on the traditional territory of the Lheidli T’enneh, Two Rivers Gallery is a centre for contemporary Canadian art and creativity in Prince George and the central interior.
Two Rivers Gallery is Closed Until Further Notice
Dear Gallery Visitors,
In line with the Prince George Public Library and all Civic Facilities in Prince George, Two Rivers Gallery is closed as of Tuesday, March 16.
Exhibitions will be temporarily closed and all programs and events will be postponed until further notice. We will continue to share updates as the situation changes.
If you are registered for an upcoming program in March or April, we will be in contact with you soon. Program registrants for affected programs will be offered a refund; also available is the option to leave those funds as a donation, in which case, we would be pleased to offer a tax receipt for the donation.
It’s important to note that health officials for BC and Canada continue to advise that the risk of contracting COVID-19 remains low. Our decision has been made based on public health information, following the advice of public health officials and our government partners, and was made to help to flatten the curve and slow the potential spread of the virus.
We will miss sharing our exhibitions, programs and events with you and look forward to welcoming you back to our gallery again soon. Please continue to follow us on social media and our website for updates and inspirations.
Two Rivers Gallery
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Artist Development Program
Two Rivers Gallery is pleased to launch the Artist Development Program.
The project is aimed at emerging visual artists living and working within an approximately 325 km radius of Prince George.
This includes the communities as far North as Chetwynd, and as far South as 100 Mile House, as far East as Valemount, and as far West as Burns Lake.