Curators’ Tour, Luminocity in Riverside Park
In-personDigital & new media Film & video Indigenous Tour Visual arts
Date and time
Rotary Bandshell, Riverside Park
Offered in English.
Join Curators Charo Neville and Emily Dundas Oke for a guided public walking tour of the artworks located in Riverside Park. We will meet at the Rotary Bandshell in Riverside Park, the tour will begin promptly at 7:00 pm and will be approximately 90 minutes in duration. Comfortable walking shoes and water are recommended. Please dress for the weather.
Presented every two years, Luminocity is a FREE week-long video art exhibition showcasing video projects by local, national, and international artists, in unexpected public spaces throughout the downtown core of Kamloops. As an off-site Kamloops Art Gallery initiative, Luminocity embraces new creative concepts and modes of expression in the media arts field and brings recent video projects previously shown primarily in gallery settings to the outdoors.
Inspired by popular public art events such as Nuit Blanche that take over major cities like Toronto and Montréal, Luminocity transforms Kamloops’ urban environment with projections on the façades of buildings and from windows, and site-specific installations at Riverside Park. Luminocity is a unique offering to take in video art projects from a diversity of artists and to explore the city of Kamloops in a new way.
- Luminocity Website luminocity.ca
Kamloops Art Gallery
The Kamloops Art Gallery offers inspiring, provocative, and transformative art experiences of national caliber. Located in Secwepemcúl’ecw, it is the largest art gallery in the Interior of British Columbia and boasts a collection of over 3,000 works of art.
With more than 12 exhibitions every year, the Gallery offers diverse, accessible, and affordable experiences including talks, tours, and studio-based programming for people of all ages and abilities.