Through October and November, we have Akemi Ito on our gallery wall. Akemi was our second ever gallery presenter and we're thrilled to have a new group of prints from her, just in time for gift-giving season!
Akemi's work belongs in a story book. Each print is like a window, through which we glimpse tales of wonder and delight. We hope you'll enjoy opening these windows, in store this Autumn!
We are looking for artists with maker tendencies. We want to showcase your process as well as your work itself. We especially want to support emerging artists – with or without formal training. We are interested in artists of all ages whose work reflects the values and goals of the Society.
Along with your artwork, we ask that artists provide some information about themselves and their process. We are particularly keen to showcase detailed documentation of how your work is created. Photos or stories about your process are strongly encouraged!
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The Learnary is located on the traditional, ancestral, and unceded territory of the Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh people. We are humbled by this history and grateful for our use of this land.
2643 East Hastings
Free (2 hour) public parking is available 1/2 block north of Hastings between Penticton and Kamloops.
Tuesday 11:00 - 7:00
Wednesday 11:00 - 6:00
Thursday. 11:00 - 6:00
Friday 11:00 - 6:00
Saturday 11:00 - 6:00
Sunday 11:00 - 5:00
Monday Dec. 23 11:00 - 7:00
Tuesday Dec. 24 11:00 - 4:00
Dec. 25 - Jan. 10 Closed for Winter Holiday
Accessibility is important to us. Please note, however, that we are in an old building with limitations.
The Learnary Storefront is on one level.
The front entrance door is 34” wide. There is a short slope outside the front door which rises approximately 5” over 13".
Our bathroom is approximately 57” x 60”. To access, you need to pass through three doorways. The smallest has a width of 26”. The bathroom is non-gendered.
Our back door (private entrance) has five wooden steps.