Art in Public Spaces 

  1. Exhibition length: Three months to one year depending on venues. 
  2. Small to large (max 36′ wide) pieces are accepted.
  3. Pieces will be chosen with careful consideration of emotional impact on visitors at the location they will be displayed. 
  4. Hanging Requirements – NO eye hook or saw tooth hangers are accepted. Use d-rings and hanging wire on the back of the frame to hang from. Make sure to place each of them the same distance from the top of the work (one quarter to one third of the way down from the top) and in from the edge. 
  5. Works that are for sale will be available for purchase through our KAC office or online in the Shop of the KAC website. ( There is no registration fee to participate in this art show, but you must be a member of KAC, this is for insurance purposes. Any sales will be split with 70% proceeds going to the artist and 30% commission to KAC.
  6. Artists will be contacted in case of a sale and may be asked to provide a replacement piece of artwork if required.
  7. Artists will be required to volunteer for installation, strike (take down), or art intake, and will be notified upon selection.
  8. Artists are required to fill out the submission form for the AIPS program.
If you have any artwork that you would like to be considered –
Please fill out form below.

Submissions are Closed

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7 Seymour Street West (at 1st)
Kamloops, BC V2C 1E4


Tues to Fri, 10-12 & 1-5;
Saturday 10-12 & 1-4

The Kamloops Arts Council office and KAC Main Gallery are located in the city-owned Old Courthouse Cultural Centre at 7 Seymour Street West. We share this wonderful century-old building with the Courthouse Gallery Cooperative and Theatre BC (Mainstage).

Visit us, our gallery and the rest of the amazing arts groups that are housed under one roof!

Please note: Kamloops Arts Council does not handle bookings for rentals of the Old Courthouse.  For information on rentals, please contact City of Kamloops Arts, Facility Booking, at or (250) 828-3707.

KAC is situated on the traditional and unceded lands of the Tk’emlúps te Secwépemc within the ne Secwepemcúl’ecw

We acknowledge the financial support of our Core Supporters: The City of Kamloops and BC Arts Council