Celebrate summer in the mountains

The Fernie Museum Gallery is looking for artist submissions for it’s upcoming exhibit Vignettes of Summer.

The Fernie Museum Gallery is looking for artist submissions for it’s upcoming exhibit Vignettes of Summer.

The exhibit will focus on celebrating mountain culture.

The goal of the exhibit is to provide an opportunity for artists to showcase their work and to celebrate summer in the mountains with an exciting show for locals and visitors to enjoy at the new Fernie Museum Gallery.

The museum is also hoping to bring awareness to some of the museum’s artifacts and archival materials relating to this theme.

The submission deadline is July 15.

Vignettes of Summer will open August 1 and run to August 30.

For full submission guidelines visit the Fernie Museum website at www.ferniemuseum.com

 

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