About the Gallery
Situated on northern Vancouver Island, Campbell River Art Gallery opened in 1994 and remains Campbell River’s sole public gallery, serving the surrounding regional districts and islands. With two exhibition spaces, lobby satellite cases and an art studio, the Gallery exhibits contemporary art in all genres from mid-career and senior artists.
To stimulate thought, understanding, curiosity, involvement and discussion of contemporary visual art.
Goals & artistic mission
To present contemporary art exhibitions; to encourage and aid those engaged in the practice of contemporary art; to interpret and promote an interest in the visual arts by providing an educational space designed to advance the public’s knowledge of and participation in artistic endeavour, art history and art appreciation; and to acquire, maintain, circulate and exhibit a permanent collection of art for the public.
Our Gallery engages a diverse audience in contemporary Canadian visual art, created and presented in a wide variety of media. Our annual exhibition program is at the core of all the activity at the Gallery, directing workshop themes, lectures, school tours and community outreach.