Arts Council presents Mad Hatter exhibition of installation art

The Mad Hatter present art in its many forms by more than 50 local artists.

The 3rd annual Mad Hatter exhibition, presented by the Arts Council of the Central Okanagan, is themed Into the Subconscious.

Come for the opening party and experience the art from 6:30 – 10:00 p.m. Friday May 3 at 1634 Harvey Avenue.

This evening will be full of intrigue and discovery showcasing installation art, painting, photography, performances, music and other festivities.

The Mad Hatter is focused around installation art—a genre that incorporates any media, including the physical features of the site; to create a conceptual experience for the viewer. The Mad Hatter art exhibition will consist of more than 50 artists, encompassing a variety of disciplines including: installation art, poetry, painting, sculpture and photography.

The Mad Hatter: Into the Subconscious opens to the public May 3, at 6:30 pm, with a spectacular night planned of art, music by Windmills and DJ Connor, food, spirits, poetry and much more.

The Mad Hatter is the passion project of all the participants involved. Our aim is to create a sustainable and engaging art event that recognizes local artists and gives back to the community.

Mad Hatter: Into the Subconscious will hold its opening on May 3 from 6:30 -10:00 p.m. Tickets at the door are $20 with catalogue or $15 general admission and $10 students.

The installations will be on view by donation from May 4 to May 12 at 1634 Harvey Ave., next to Wentworth Music.

 

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