Kamloops has the chance to explore art throughout downtown with the return of the Luminocity exhibition.
Kamloops Art Gallery Curator Charo Neville says the exhibition features artist-made videos.
“So you’ll see video projections in locations on buildings throughout downtown. Primarily, we’re focusing at Riverside Park, in front of the Rotary Bandshell. So you’ll see tents with different videos running every night. Its kind of work that you would see normally in a gallery setting, but we’ve brought it outside.”
Neville says the event is similar to an outdoor film festival.
“A lot of the artists are local, but a lot of them are artists who have made work that would be shown in gallery settings across the country. So you might see a video that lasts 5 minutes, some of them last an hour. So there’s different opportunities to come and go from each video. So it’s like a mini film festival.”
Neville says viewing routes and project guides can be picked up at the Art Gallery.
The free event runs this Friday until October 20th, with films starting each night when it gets dark enough.