This exhibit features the work of graduating students from the Kootenay Studio 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 studio work combined with the study of design, drawing, history, and professional practices leads to an in-depth understanding and refined ability to apply the essential elements for success in the industry.
Sadly, this will be the final year that the show is hosted at Touchstones Nelson. With their recent shift in focus to a one-year program, they have decided to pursue other opportunities that are more closely aligned with their current mandate. We do, however, wish them all the best and look forward to seeing the work of their students in other community venues.