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Okanagan's art exhibition challenges viewers to reinterpret the definition of garbage

Kelowna'sArtfor ChangeSummerArt Exhibitionis made entirely from the materials and trash found.

There are five separate exhibits in the city. Four are in the Rotary Arts Center and one is in the Okanagan Heritage Museum.

"Now I mean that garbage is a commodity. Hanna Karin, Creative Director of Art for Change, said:

The Beauty In The Beastexhibits take over Alex Fong Galleria from R.C.A., featuring works by Daren Williams of Kelowna and Becky Ten Veen of Summerland, as well as Marion Tetler of Ontario, Lesley Leong of Yukon, and Zala Virendrasinh of India. Featuring.

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Beauty In the Beastshows the aesthetic appeal of metal, paper and computer parts. .. "Plastic," said the Art for Change press release.

ThinkBigis an outdoor exhibition of RCA. "We feature community artists and organizations that use murals to revitalize our neighborhood and promote unity," the release said.

Exhibited at R.C.A.Language of Art In addition to therapy and more, we will show people how art can be another form of communication.

"The language of artis about the power of art to overcome language barriers, evoke emotions and drive social change," the release said. The

Beauty Whatexhibition released, "Beauty WAD and an ensemble of used / recycled clothing show how to look good without further harm to the planet." Says.

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At the Okanagan Heritage Museum Indicates thatJeng Jenga"promotes the feasibility of post-consumption waste as a component of construction and product development."

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Three Exhibits where events complement art.

Beauty wearable art and design competition is RCA. Will be held at Mary Irwin Theater. A place to display costumes created from waste by designers July 22nd.

A two-day film festival called the Beast International Film Festival at Mary Irwin Theater will feature live presentations on documentaries, short films, the fashion industry and activities.

A Zydeco concert will also be held on July 23rd. The press release describes Zydeco as "jammy bluesy music that mixes Cajun Acadian with black rhythm and blue." The shows Teenaree Gowdy and Nuvo Zydeco will take place on July 23rd.

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