VPAG presents the opening reception of Perfect Music: High Voltage (installation view above) by Alisdair MacRae and Patrick Lacasse, Stellar by Destanne Norris, Ancestors of the Columbia by Sheldon Louis, and the Breastfeeding Art Expo, an exhibition of 15 community art projects and 65 independent artists at the gallery July 27. (Photo submitted)

VPAG announces upcoming exhibit

Music and art meet at the Vernon Public Art Gallery in Perfect Music: High Voltage

Music and art meet at the Vernon Public Art Gallery in Perfect Music: High Voltage.

VPAG presents the opening reception of Perfect Music: High Voltage by Alisdair MacRae and Patrick Lacasse, Stellar by Destanne Norris, Ancestors of the Columbia by Sheldon Louis, and the Breastfeeding Art Expo, an exhibition of 15 community art projects and 65 independent artists at the gallery. Enjoy an evening of music, contemporary art, locally crafted beer, wine, and appetizers July 27 from 6 p.m – 8 p.m.

“Come on down to the gallery and immerse yourself in an interactive exhibition by Alisdair MacRae and Patrick Lacasse. Perfect Music: High Voltage allows the viewer to interact with the instruments and experiment with sound to create their own audio outputs or combine with others,” VPAG executive director Dauna Kennedy Grant said.

“The VPAG has a diverse selection of exhibitions running concurrently from artists Destanne Norris and Sheldon Louis along with a group exhibition featuring breastfeeding through art. We hope you can make it to the opening reception on Thursday, July 27 to meet some of the artists in person and to learn more about the context of the work being presented.”

The gallery is open Monday-Friday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., Saturdays 11 a.m. – 4 p.m., closed Sundays and statutory holidays.

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