The Members’ Show is a joint partnership between the CRAG and the Campbell River Arts Council and is a celebration of the many artists that are a part of the Campbell River and area community. An incredible collection of Artists, from professionals to newcomers, participate in this annual event Read More
Walk With Me is a community action and research project designed to make change in relation to the toxic drug poisoning crisis. This exhibition draws attention to the people who have shared their voices, images and a glimpse of their everyday lives in Campbell River during the Fall of 2021.
“We want to be seen, we want to be heard, we exist, we are human.”
We are honoured to have walked together. Read More.
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Occupancy limits to support physical distancing
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Hand sanitizing stations
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Last year, people continued to turn to art for light, joy, and inspiration even though the anxiety of the pandemic grew; not to mention the added stress from natural disasters caused by the climate crisis. Read more…
Research Findings and Statement Our current solo exhibition, Karen Tam’s Autumn Tigers, explores the history of anti-Asian racism and celebrates the advocacy and resistance of contemporary Chinese communities. Inspired by this work, the CRAG Team Read more…