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The Arts Council of New Westminster presents Danielle Bobier and Curtis Grahauer at The Gallery at Queen’s Park

March 22, 2016

NEW WESTMINSTER, BCThe Arts Council of New Westminster is proud to present upcoming exhibitions by Danielle Bobier and Curtis Grahauer in The Gallery at Queen’s Park from April 6 – 30, 2016. Join us for the Opening Reception on Wednesday, April 6, from 6 – 8pm. All are welcome to attend. Gallery hours are: Wednesday, 1pm-8pm; and Thursday to Sunday, 1pm-5pm.

Danielle Bobier is an interdisciplinary artist from New Westminster who works primarily in the field of print media and painting. She received a Fine Arts Diploma from Langara College where she was awarded the 2012 Painting Studio Award. She is currently completing her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts) at Emily Carr University and is set to graduate in May 2016. Her exhibit is titled: Satellite Fabulations: Speculative Topographies in the Anthropocene.

Curtis Grahauer lives and works in Vancouver, and recently completed his MFA in Interdisciplinary Studies at Simon Fraser University. His research focuses on the way landscape is shaped by intertwining forces of human activity, such as economics, recreation and agriculture. His exhibit is titled: A Dark Shape on the Horizon.

With monthly Gallery exhibitions, The Arts Council of New Westminster aims to offer a platform for local visual artists to present their artistic talents. Through exhibits such as this, we are able to enrich our community with the gift of the arts and provide an avenue to express artistic talent.

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Founded in 1967, The Arts Council of New Westminster is an umbrella organization built by individuals and member groups who share an interest in visual, performing and literary arts. The Arts Council’s role in the community is to advocate for the arts at all levels of government and to foster support for anyone engaging in artistic and cultural endeavors.

For more information about the Arts Council, visit

Stephen O’Shea, Executive Director
The Arts Council of New Westminster

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