The Art Event is an opportunity to celebrate the creative works and achievements of the students with the community.

NIC School of Fine Art & Design presents Art Event 2018

We welcome the public to join North Island College students and celebrate the 2018 Art Event.

This art exhibition, organized by the NIC School of Fine Art & Design, features original artwork by our emerging talent. The Art Event is a one-night festivity held on Friday Feb. 16 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. in Raven Hall and Shadbolt Studios at the Comox Valley campus, Courtenay.

The exhibition showcases a diverse range of artworks created by students enrolled in the School of Fine Art & Design classes and programs including Fine Arts, Graphic Design, and Interactive Media.

NIC Studios boast high-end facilities where student create works in the mediums of sculpture, painting, drawing, printmaking, ceramics, photography, video and installation. The NIC Mac Labs offer access to sophisticated software that enables students to develop skills in the realms of interactive technologies, graphic design, and web design.

The Art Event is an opportunity to celebrate the creative works and achievements of the students with the community. The evening will include live entertainment and refreshments. There will be an opportunity to meet the artists and to purchase artworks. Admission is free and open to the public; all ages are welcome.

Find us on Facebook to learn about other shows in the Raven Hall Gallery and Lewis Centre, student artwork and NIC’s School of Fine Art + Design @ RavenHallGallery.

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