Upcoming art shows at Sidney’s Tulista Park Gallery

The string of spring arts shows continues at the Tulista Park Gallery with a visual arts student show starting next week.

The string of spring arts shows continues at the Tulista Park Gallery with a visual arts student show starting next week.

Presented by Parkland Secondary School, the show highlights the talents of the next generation of artists.

It runs April 16 to 30, daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., with a special grand opening on Thursday, April 16.  Free parking and free admission.

Kicking off May is ‘Canadiana,’ a travelling exhibition of 30 works exploring a sense of place in Canada by members of the Fibre Art Network, a co-operative of fibre artists in western Canada.

The show debuts at the Tulista Gallery before travelling Canada for two years. It runs May 1 to 8, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. daily. Free admission and parking.

Watch the PNR for more details.

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