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Young artists' work on display

HERE ARE just some of the artists whose work is on display at the Terrace Art Gallery this month for the fifth annual Freda Diesing Student Art Show. Steve Mckay, Cyril Bennett-Nabess, Steve Wesley, Angelo Cavasniro, Lyle Mack, Ashley Brown and Loretta Quock Sort are all first and second year art students at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art and Design at Northwest Community College in Terrace.  - ANNA KILLEN
HERE ARE just some of the artists whose work is on display at the Terrace Art Gallery this month for the fifth annual Freda Diesing Student Art Show. Steve Mckay, Cyril Bennett-Nabess, Steve Wesley, Angelo Cavasniro, Lyle Mack, Ashley Brown and Loretta Quock Sort are all first and second year art students at the Freda Diesing School of Northwest Coast Art and Design at Northwest Community College in Terrace.
— image credit: ANNA KILLEN

THE FIFTH annual Freda Diesing Students Art Show is on now at the art gallery, showcasing work from first and second year students.

Art students have been coming from around the province to take the program, which opened at Northwest Community College in 2006.

The School offers the First Nations Fine Art program, instructed and mentored by world-renowned artists Dempsey Bob (Tahltan/Tlingit), Stan Bevan (Tahltan/Tlingit/Tsimshian), and Ken McNeil (Tahltan/Tlingit/Nisga'a).

The students art show runs until Feb. 23. Art gallery hours are noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday; and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. The art gallery is closed Monday and Tuesday.

 

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