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Live After 5: JAZZ JAM is open to both players and listeners of all ages. Showcasing local talent in the South Atrium, your host Craig Thomson or Stephen Buck, coordinates drum, bass and keys.

If you’re an artist, a performer or simply interested in arts and entertainment, come by, have some fun and the a chance to meet people in an approachable and relaxed environment.

Along with the entertainment, browse art in the exhibition spaces and artist studios. The building is very active on Thursdays, with the wildly popular Salsa Thursdays at 8 PM. The RCA Bistro is licensed and open, serving food, gelato & beverages.


EXHIBIT: Annemarie Fux

Display Cases Exhibition

Annemarie Fux grew up in the midst of the Swiss Alps, and emigrated to Canada in 1980. Her first home was in Valemount, BC, an open mountain valley between the Cariboo-Range and the Rocky Mountains. In 1988 she moved to the Okanagan, first to Vernon and Silver Star Mountain, then to Kelowna, BC where she resides now. In 2002 Annemarie graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Okanagan University College (OUC), now UBCO with emphasis on sculpting and painting.

While on a trip, Annemarie had the opportunity to work in a fusing glass studio in Canmore, Alberta. This experience was an epiphany where her love for sculpture and colour met. Since then her focus in art is expressed through glass and she is constantly working with new techniques and perfecting old ones.

In 2011 she opened her own Art Glass Studio ‘Fused by Fux’ 4 – 2550 Acland Rd., Kelowna Springs Center, Kelowna BC. Call 250 801 5134 for an appointment.


EXHIBIT: Theresa Bishop, ‘Abstract Thinkings’

Great West Life Mezzanine Exhibition

Artist statement:

” ‘Abstract Thinkings’ is a series of pieces that reflect the deeper subconscious and the way it shapes our perception in our waking lives.

Not everything is as it seems, and by touching our dream life, we can open our view up to new dimensions of information layered through everyday situations.

Being First Nations, culturally, I was taught about the interconnectedness of not only the community,  but also our spiritual connection to the land itself.

These works are my interpretation of that connection, as well as the application of my own very real, and vivid, dream landscapes.”

-Theresa Bishop


EXHIBIT: The Kelowna Palette Club

Alex Fong Galleria Exhibition

The Kelowna Palette Club is the one of the oldest of its type in the Central Okanagan having been continuously active since 1965. The Club places considerable emphasis on artistic merit, all 25 members having gone through a jury review process before joining. Our artists work in oil, acrylic, watercolor and mixed media, all in their own unique style. We meet together regularly to paint, share knowledge and create an art community which supports the artistic achievements and growth of its members in mutual fellowship.

Opening Reception on Thursday, February 1st at 7pm