Kootenay School of Arts at Selkirk College Graduation Exhibition

This exhibit features the work of graduating students from the Kootenay School of the Arts at Selkirk College. Student work from each of the four studios: Clay, Fibre, Jewellery & Small Object Design and Metal will be displayed. KSA’s programs place emphasis on the skills necessary to become a successful and professional arts practitioner. Hands-on…

2010 Apr 24 – 2010 May 30

Kootenay School of Arts 2010 Graduation Exhibition

Curated by Boukje Elzinga

Andrew Letourneau, Kara Lariviere, Talia Maisonneuve, Susan McLeod, Sara Victor, Elizabeth Barnes, Eve Haley, Dellica King, Jessilyn Leckie, Alexandra Tremblay, Emmy Bufton, Katherine Cadegan, Chelsea Mainwaring, Brooklyn Scorey, Katherine Shaw, Suzanne Spisani, Peter Booth, Amy Fox, Trent Kampel-Sierolawski, Emma Langer, Tyler Smith, Jan Formby

In keeping with Touchstones Nelson’s role as a significant cultural anchor for the Nelson district in British Columbia and its goal to support emerging artists and foster an appreciation for the visual arts, Touchstones Nelson has collaborated with the Kootenay School of the Arts (KSA) at Selkirk College for the fourth annual exhibition of KSA graduate student work.

The imagination, variety and skill evident in the student work reflects the ability of these new graduates to incorporate their study of design, drawing, craft history and professional practices with their extensive hands on studio work. KSA, a school of craft and design taught by a faculty of working artists and craftspeople, offers both a 2-Year Diploma program in either Clay or Fibre or Jewellery & Small Object Design studio arts and a 1-Year Certificate in Metal studio arts

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