Art In Public Spaces – Sagebrush Theatre

Submissions are now open for AIPS – Sagebrush Theatre ! 2D art pieces with various mediums will be showcased in the Sagebrush Theatre for approx. two months between September to October 2023. Please note that 3D art pieces are not accepted for Art in Public Spaces.

* All submitted pieces will be subject to jurying process and your submission does not guarantee acceptance to the exhibit.


Sagebrush Theatre and the Kamloops Arts Council strive to be inclusive, welcoming organizations and we welcome submissions from all visual artists – and particularly from artists of a variety of intersecting identities, inclusive of those of diverse race, gender identity, cultural or religious background, language, geography, ability, or socio-economic status. We also invite all artists to reach out to us about any access needs preventing submission, including any membership fees. Please note that all submitting visual artists are required to become a member of the Kamloops Arts Council. We encourage all artists to submit works that either connect thematically to one or more of their seasonal productions 2023. Find details about their production at HOME – Western Canada Theatre ( or that speak to one or more of the following themes:

  • People gathering together
  • A return to, or love of the performing arts
  • A night out
  • What ‘heart’ or ‘courage’ means to you
  • Thinking / Loving local
  1. Artists must be current KAC members.
  2. All submitted works should be 2-dimensional in nature. Artists can submit one application/person with up to 3 pieces.
  3. All submitted works are created in connection with WTC productions or meet the suggested themes.
  4. Must have hanging wire with d-rings attached the back.
  5. Due to space limitations, submitted works should be no more than 36 inches wide, of a variety of heights, including the frame. We regret that 3-dimensional art is not able to be accepted for this installation due to space considerations.
  6. Works that are for sale will be available for purchase through our KAC office or online in the Shop of the KAC website. ( Any sales will be split with 70% proceeds going to the artist and 30% commission to KAC.
  7. Artists will be encouraged to volunteer for Art intake/installation or strike (take down).

If you are not a KAC member, you can obtain one here >> Become a Member – Kamloops Arts Council

* All submitted pieces will be subject to jurying process and your submission does not guarantee acceptance to the exhibit.

  • Intake & Installation: September 6th at Sagebrush Theatre Lobby
  • Exhibit: September – October, 2023
  • Take down: (Tentative) October 26 or 27, 2023
Submission deadline: Friday, August 25th at midnight
If you have any questions, please contact the gallery coordinator at

This form is currently closed for submissions.

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