City Atrium Gallery

City Atrium Gallery with Robin Ripley
The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is proud to announce a NEW exhibition space, the City Atrium Gallery. Through a partnership with the City of North Vancouver we have developed a new exhibition space at City Hall that focuses on  installation art, a form of three-dimensional sculptural work designed to intrigue, animate, inspire, and transform the perception of a space. 
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Current Exhibition:

Rebecca Graham
July 6 - September 21, 2015 - Extended dates
Artist Talk: Tuesday, July 21, 12:15 - 12:45pm
City Park Rehabilitation Project:  Saturday, July 25, 9:00am-12:00pm

Rebecca Graham is an artist and weaver who explores ways to be creative in connection with the land. Through artistic inspiration, Rebecca invites people to rediscover the abilities of their hands, the companionship of neighbours, and the creative potential in our landscape.

 evite Rebecca Graham at the City Atrium Gallery

Walking on The Land is an extension of Rebecca's connection to the land she lives on and her connection to her own body and breath.

“Shoes and shoe design have been fascinating to me for many years. The vigor, satisfaction, joy and horror of making and wearing all-natural shoes created from the plants around me is enthralling. I rely on life, growth, and diversity to create these shoes; the shoes separate me from the grittiness of that same life and growth, and then life and growth will slowly wear them down again to dust.”

Rebecca uses materials that are donated by gardeners or invasive species programs. She never harvests living materials from wild ecosystems and only salvages plants from managed landscapes.

City Atrium Gallery, North Vancouver City Hall, 141 West 14th Street  l  Mon - Fri 8:30am - 5:00pm

As part of this exhibition there are two unique interactive components to learn more about invasive species:
Artist Talk, Tuesday, July 21
City Park Rehabilitation Project, Saturday, July 25