Tiny Treasures to Trade
In-personCraft Fibre & textile arts Kids Painting Pottery & ceramics Sculpture & installation
Date and time
Museum & Archives of Vernon (Greater Vernon Museum & Archives)
3009 32nd Avenue
Free, and accepts optional pay-what-you-may donations for admission.
Offered in English.
Do you have a tiny treasure to trade? The Museum & Archives of Vernon will be home to the Vernon's Free Little Art Gallery from September 27 to 30.
A Free Little Art Gallery — “FLAG” for short — is like a Little Free Library, but for small artworks instead of books. If you see something in the gallery you like, take it home. Or create something you want to share, and leave it for someone else to take away and love.
An important difference between Little Free Libraries and FLAGs is that people who put a book into a Little Free Library, generally didn’t write the book themselves.
So, Bring your mini artwork, whether it's a doodle, a miniature painting, or a tiny sculpture, down to the Vernon Museum. No masterpiece is too small! Open the mini gallery door, place your mini marvel inside, and take a peek inside at the incredible mini artistry.
Swap your art for someone else's, and let the mini art community flourish!
After it leaves the Vernon Museum, catch the FLAG at the Okanagan Regional Library and the Vernon Public Art Gallery.
Join this mini art revolution and let your creativity shine!
The Museum & Archives of Vernon
The Museum & Archives of Vernon (also known as Vernon Museum) has over 20,000 objects, from ball gowns to cannon balls! The Vernon Museum features exhibits, acquires and preserves archives, runs programs, and rents space to showcase the rich history and create an understanding of the North Okanagan.
This event is part of a hub:
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