Member Events

This page is dedicated to Arts Events happening outside of the Campbell River Art Gallery that our Gallery Members are affiliated with. To have your event featured here, please contact with your information. 

June 20 + 21, 2015
Held at the historic Haig-Brown House, this course will take place in the gardens and surrounding grounds – a perfect setting to learn and be inspired. Following in the footsteps of Roderick Haig-Brown, workshop participants will explore photography with a connection to the local environment. Whether you prefer taking pictures of people or the natural environment, this course will help you go from taking snap shots to producing images that will make you and other say “Wow!”.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, contact Eiko Jones:
250-203-0254 / / www.eikojonesphotography


The World According to Alex Walton
Opening Reception: Saturday May 16, 7 – 11 PM

Studio B Gallery is delighted to present a new exhibit entitled “The World According To Alex Walton”.  On display will be a collection of watercolour illustrations by North Vancouver artist Alex Walton offering a glimpse into the magical universe where anything is possible!

The exhibit will open with an artist reception on May 16th, 7-11pm – a perfect after-party following Cumberland’s Market Day.  Everyone is welcome to this all-ages event!  The following day, Sunday, May 17, Alex Walton will offer an artist talk at Studio B Gallery at 2pm.  Everybody is welcome to attend and get a private tour of the show and learn more about the artist’s process.


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Saturday November 15 – Monday December 15, 2014

Location: Impressions Art Gallery & Framing
990B Shoppers Row, Campbell River
Hours: Monday – Saturday, 9:30am – 5:30pm
Meet the Artist:
Saturday November 29, 2014, 2 – 6pm

Contact: Kris Sand, Impressions – 250.286.1612




Artists Trevor Cole and Bill McDonald, would like to invite you to a showing of their work on:

Sunday November 2nd, 2014
from 1 – 4pm at 3709 Shoreline Drive, Campbell River.