The Penticton Art Gallery is proud to partner with SOS Pride for
our current exhibition, ‘Ipseity’, from March 24 - May 13 2018.
Over the span of two months, featured artists and
gallery programming will bring to the fore issues of equality
and gender identity.
The gallery has created a ‘Wall of Support’ where, collectively as
a community, we are sending a clear message that Penticton supports
diversity. The wall is a mosaic and an art piece on its own and will be documented as part of the exhibition for the gallery’s archives.
The grid is comprised of separate tiles of different sizes with
the names of individuals and sponsor logos, but combined the
entrance wall demonstrates a united front with a positive
message: we are stronger together!
Please join us in our mission! Show your support and here’s how:
Choose the size of your tile, then tell us what colour you’d like
$50.00 = 1 tile of the grid (6 x 6 inches)
$100.00 = 2 tiles of the grid (12x6 inches)
$200.00 = 4 tiles of the grid (12x12 inches)
Customise your tile build your own using multiples of 6x6-inch blocks!
Logos will also be featured on our website and in our ArtsLetter publication.
Thank you on behalf of the Penticton Art Gallery & SOS Pride. Let’s all be part of a single voice that says: COME OUT AND SUPPORT DIVERSITY!
Contact Antonella De Michelis at the Penticton Art Gallery (250) 493-2928
Watch our support wall grow!
The following businesses, organisations and individuals have already pledged their support:
Andrea Bollen, Ascend Salon, Bach the Rooster, Bench 1775, The Bench Market, Blasted Church Vineyards, Boundless Belly Dance, Brodo Kitchen, Bumble & Bee, Butt Touchers Anonymous, Canwax West, Carl's Flower Company, Clancy's Liquor Store, Coco Events & Weddings, Cowork Penticton, Daniel K Lo Mobile Law, Darren Bifford, The Downtown Penticton Association, Dragon's Den Art Supplies, Fletcher King Family Law Counsel, The Friday Night Crew, Fruitcake, Get Bent Bollywood Belly Dancing, Get Bent Yoga & Dance, Glow Skincare Clinic, Grow Creative, Jennifer & Nicholas Vincent, Karen & Nikki Rainbow, Kemp Harvey Kemp Thompson, La Frenz Winery, Lee & James Renovations, Liquidity Wines, Liz Marshall, Lockworks, Many Hats Theatre Company, Monday Night Dinners, Mieklejohn Architectural Design, Naramata Bench Wineries Association, The Nest & Nectar Restaurant, Oasis Church, Okanagan Celebrant, Okanagan College Safe Space for Gender Equality & Sexuality, Okanagan Makers, Okanagan Skaha Teachers' Union, The Okanagan Tax Guys, Okanoggin Barbers, Peak Pride, Penticton and Area Access Centre, Penticton Lakeside Resort & Conference Centre, pflag Canada, Poplar Grove Winery, Pulse Kitchen Penticton, Rho & Joel Shaw, Ruth Campbell, Saint-Germain Cafe & Gallery, Sean Wright & Daniel Lo, Sesa Woruban Counselling Services, Splendid Bastard Beard Supply Co., Taylor Miller Law Group, Tumbleweed Gallery and Framing, The University of British Columbia: Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies, Urban Hairworks, VACU VISA (Visual Arts Course Union, UBCO)