Want to learn more?
Whether it’s your first time or you’re a regular, we’ve put together a list of Frequently Asked Questions to help you plan your next visit to Two Rivers Gallery.
How do I get to the Gallery?
Two Rivers Gallery is in the Canada Games Plaza, directly across from the Four Seasons Pool and steps away from the Conference and Civic Centre and the Bob Harkins Branch of the Prince George Public Library.
… using Public Transit?
We have a bussing map that we can send that shows how to get to the gallery from UNBC and CNC.
COVID-19 Safety Measures
Two Rivers Gallery is excited to welcome the community back! Please review the measures we have implemented for the safety of our community.
The gallery is now open Tuesday – Saturday 10am to 5pm. Admission is by donation.
For the safety of our visitors and staff, Two Rivers Gallery has:
- Introduced occupancy limits to support physical distancing. The occupancy of our active galleries are: Rustad Galleria: 6 & Canfor Galleries: 10
- Closed the second floor to visitors in order to reserve the space for youth and adult programs.
- Currently bathrooms are not open to the public, with the exception of program participants at the time of their program.
- Installed hand sanitizer stations at entrances to the building, exhibition spaces, and the elevator.
- Increased cleaning frequency of the Gallery.
- Have transitioned to online-opening receptions for exhibitions, rather than in-person ones.
When you visit the Gallery, help us keep our community safe by:
- Sanitizing your hands before entering (and often!).
- Maintaining physical distance of 2 metres (6 feet) from others throughout your visit.
- Consider wearing a mask. At this time, wearing a mask is a personal choice and not a requirement for coming into the Gallery. However, if you choose to wear a mask, we encourage people to bring their own reusable mask in order to reduce waste.
- Be mindful of floor markers and signage when you visit the gallery, and if you can, leave backpacks and bags at home.
Please do not enter the Gallery if:
- You are experiencing, or have experienced symptoms of COVID-19 in the last 10 days, including fever, chills, new or worsening cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, and new muscle aches or headache.
- You have been directed by Public Health to self-isolate.
- You have had contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case.
We appreciate your patience and cooperation as we take measures to keep our community safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Thank you!
Where do I park?
Parking is available in the Four Seasons Pool lot across from the Gallery. The first three hours are free, however you must register your license plate at the parking terminal in the lobby of Two Rivers Gallery.
How much does it cost?
Admission is by donation with a suggested donation of $7.50 per adult, $15.00 for a family and $5.00 for a child.
Do I have to dress up?
No! Think of going to the Gallery like you would think of visiting the library. Wear whatever is comfortable.
Are kids welcome at Two Rivers Gallery?
We love when kids come to the Gallery. You can never be too young to experience art! Strollers are welcome throughout and we are a breastfeeding-friendly facility. We have lots of programming for children that you can find out about in Programs and the WildSide is open every day. This interactive space includes building toys, a library of children’s books on creativity and a puppet theatre.
What is MakerLab and when is it open?
MakerLab is open to the public every Thursday from 5-9pm. MakerLab members can access equipment and tools at any time.
How do I exhibit at Two Rivers Gallery?
What is accessibility like at Two Rivers Gallery?
Two Rivers Gallery is wheelchair-accessible. Use the Galleria elevators to access the 2nd floor atrium, studio spaces, WildSide, MakerLab and offices.
The Gallery honours the peoples who have lived in this territory and country for thousands of years and is committed to building relationships based upon respect, recognition of culture and a shared desire to work together.We offer free membership to individuals of the local Lheidli T’enneh Nation and complimentary admission to those who self-identify as Indigenous.
It is important that our building, exhibitions and programs are accessible to diverse audiences. For Two Rivers Gallery diversity includes race, ethnicity, class, age, gender, disability, neuro-diversity, and the LGBTQIA community. The Gallery’s washrooms are gender neutral and we continue to look for ways to remove any barriers to participation.
How can I become involved?
Meet new and interesting friends, contribute to your community and become a vital part of Two Rivers Gallery!