New show at Muir Gallery

Join 17 emerging and established artists living in the Comox Valley for the Muir Gallery’s first show of 2013.

Memory and Speculation opens Jan. 11 and runs through Jan. 26.

Memory becomes a fact — subjective but still a fact. To bear witness is to show by your own existence that it is true.

This group show curated by Jenna Chalmer and Jennifer McEachern questions the idea of memory and speculation.

The show will exhibit wall art and sculptural works by artists AVANH, Sylwia Gustyn, Melissa Williamson, Megan Wilson, Anna Heywood–Jones, Vivian Lochridge, Shannon McKirgan, Roberta Denton, Martha Jablonski–Jones, Clive Powsey, Mary Deveau, Brenda Jackson, Sheron Julita, Adri Pretorius, Maddy Elia, Jenna Chalmer and Jennifer McEachern.

An opening reception with participating artists happens Jan. 11 at  7 p.m. at the Muir Gallery at 440 Anderton Ave. in Courtenay.

— Muir Gallery

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