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Gallery Opening at The Langham


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The Langham

447 A Avenue

Kaslo, BC



Offered in English.


Join us for the public opening of two new art exhibits at the Langham. Opening night includes a reception with artist talks, a chance to meet the artists in person and view the new exhibits.

Rachael Warnock will be presenting "PILE"; finding her discarded subjects in the street, Rachael documents single-use plastic before it is forever forgotten. In her new series PILE, Rachael uses large scale paintings to bring awareness to our boundless culture of consumption and waste. Warnock is a multidisciplinary artist originally from Massachusetts, and currently based in Calgary, Alberta. Louis Bockner's exhibit "Road's End" is an ongoing project which tells the story of life at the end of the road. How the old ways are still present and how self-sufficiency and community may be the ultimate currency in a future shaped by economic uncertainty and climate change.



The Langham

Langham Cultural Society (The Langham) is a charitable public arts heritage centre and Japanese Canadian Museum. It is located in Kaslo at the north end of Kootenay Lake in the West Kootenay region of BC.

The heritage building houses a Japanese Canadian Museum, 2 art galleries, a theatre, artist studios and a community multi-use room for classes in the visual, performing and literary arts.

The programs focus on the presentation of culturally diverse and engaging visual and literary arts including heritage exhibitions, along with theatre productions, concerts, international films plus multicultural activities relating to the Japanese Canadian Museum.