Current Exhibition

Photographic Convergences is an exhibition of work that will be held at The Deer Lake Gallery featuring work by Adam Gibbs, Chris MacKenzie and Kelly Selden.  Photographic Convergences is hosted and organized by The Burnaby Arts Council and it will open Saturday May 9th and run until May 30th 2015.

The Burnaby Arts Council is excited to announce the opening of Photographic Convergences an exhibition that features three unique photographic perspectives. Photographic Convergences features: Kelly Selden’s formal explorations of painterly degraded urban surfaces, Adam Gibb’s majestic nature shots and Chris MacKenzie’s thoughtful land art interventions.

Deer Lake Gallery
6584 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby
Gallery Hours (except reception)
Tues - Sat 12 - 4 pm

Deer Lake Gallery

The Burnaby Art Council’s Deer Lake Gallery features a wide variety of art from individuals and organizations across the Greater Vancouver area. The Deer Lake Gallery is a  750 sq. ft. space located within the home office of the Burnaby Arts Council located at 6584 Deer Lake Avenue, Burnaby, BC. Canada.

Deer Lake Craft Festival

November 21, 22, 23
Friday 2pm - 8 pm
Saturday 10 am - 6 pm
Sunday 10 am - 4 pm
Since 1971 the Burnaby Arts Council has sponsored and presented the Deer Lake Craft Festival.  The Craft Festival is held annualy at the beautiful Shadbolt Center for the Arts, next to Deer Lake Park in Burnaby. It is the Council’s only craft focused public market and is also a major fundraising event for the non profit organization.  We have continued the tradition of jurying artisans for entry and  consider only those applicants with the highest quality, hand crafted creations.

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