Archive for July, 2015

  • Summer Art Camps – 2015

    This summer Oxygen Art Centre is offering 3 weeks of camps: Mixed Media Art Camp, Fashion Camp & Theatre Arts Camp! WEEK 1 (July 13-17): MIXED MEDIA ART CAMP with Teresa Segstro & Martina Avis July 13-17 9am – noon Ages 5- 7 2-5pm Ages 8-10 Cost $130/week These week-long camps for children ages 5-7 or 8-10 years old, will explore the wonderful world of art through mixed media projects including drawing, painting, drama, collage and assemblage.  On the last day of camp we invite family and friends to join

    Read More »
  • Residency & Exhibition: José Luis Torres

    José Luis Torres  – Mutations  Residency dates: August 16-28, 2015 Exhibition dates: August 29 – October 3, 2015 Gallery hours: Wednesday – Saturday 1-5pm Opening night: Friday, August 28 7-9pm Artist Talk: Saturday, August 29 at 4pm   Quebec resident and Argentina-born sculptor José Luis Torres will be the artist in residence at the Oxygen Art Centre this August followed by an exhibition of his work generated while in residency. Thematically, Torres intends to continue with a series of “in situ” installation pieces he calls Mutations where the artist assembles

    Read More »
  • Residency: Shannon Cooney

    Artist in Residence – Shannon Cooney   Artist talk: Thursday June 4th at 7pm   Workshop: June 6th and 7th at the Moving Centre   Short Performance: June 15th at 7pm at City of Nelson Council Meeting   Art Event: June 29th at 7pm* (Note new time is 7pm~ approximately 1hr length.) Shannon Cooney, artist in residence will open the space for a work in progress event/showing of her research from the month of June at created at Oxygen. It will be a casual affair, with a few interactive performative

    Read More »
  • Workshop: Fred Wah

    EVERY WHERE: A WRITING PROJECT WORKSHOP WITH 2015 EMLF WRITER-IN-RESIDENCE FRED WAH Monday, July 6 to Thursday, July 9 10:30am to 3:30pm Oxygen Art Centre, 320 Vernon St. (alley entrance) $180 The 2015 Elephant Mountain Literary Festival offers a workshop with writer-in-residence Fred Wah. For writers with a landscape-oriented writing project in mind or underway—in poetry, prose, or multigenre—this workshop will focus on methods and forms useful to develop your project. Approaches will include the investigative, formal, thematic, ecological, and more.   Space in the workshop is limited, so enroll

    Read More »
Scroll to top