The Kootenay Gallery presents Kids' Art Camps during Spring Break! For more information visit or contact the Gallery at 250-365-3337

What’s the Gallery got on the go?

Keep up with all that's happening at, and with, the Kootenay Gallery

Attractions at, coming to, or staged by Castlegar’s Kootenay Gallery of Art – 120 Heritage Way – Across Highway 3A from the West Kootenay Regional Airport




• Current Exhibitions:

February 14 – March 29

Les Manning: Common/Opposites

Robin Dupont & Pamela Nagley Stevenson: Trial by Fire


• Upcoming Concert:

March 9 @ 2:00pm at the Trail United Church

Marcus Goddard, trumpet & Candy Siu, organ and piano with guest Noemi Kiss, soprano


• Fundraiser:

March 15 at the Kootenay Gallery

Soup for the Cultured Soul

Tickets NOW on sale ($45, gallery members $40)


• Kids’ Art Camps (March break):

Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday

March 18 to 20 and 25 to 27

Register now! Ages 8-12

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