Visual Arts Open Studios and Exhibition Tour

Piña Why is the Sky Blue, by Stephanie Comilang and Simon Speiser, Photo by Rita Taylor

Stephanie Comilang and Simon Speiser, ‘Piña, Why is the Sky Blue?’, installation view at Walter Phillips Gallery, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, 2023. Courtesy the artists and Daniel Faria Gallery, Toronto. Photo: Rita Taylor.

Explore artists' studios and don't miss this last chance to experience the exhibition, Piña, Why is the Sky Blue? at Walter Phillips Gallery which ends on July 30! 

Please join us for Open Studios  for the Visual Arts residency program, Banff Artist in Residence (BAiR) Summer 2023 and attend a tour of the current exhibition at Walter Phillips Gallery, Piña, Why is the Sky Blue? by Stephanie Comilang and Simon Speiser. 

At the end of each residency, participants in Visual Arts programs at Banff Centre open their studio doors to share the artistic research and artwork created, as well as the pertinent conversations generated in the program. Learn more about Visual Arts programs and the creative process by touring the studios of Glyde Hall and the Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Building. You are welcome to explore at your leisure and engage with artists around their work. Staff will also be available at the Walter Phillips Gallery to answer any questions, and to help guide you through this multi-media, virtual reality exhibition.

Whether you are an artist, art appreciator, or a curious first-time viewer, all are encouraged to attend.

Location: Walter Phillips Gallery / Glyde Hall Studios / Jeanne and Peter Lougheed Building
Open Studios: 4 PM - 7 PM 
Exhibition Tour: 4 PM 
Cash bar in Walter Phillips Gallery Lobby, Glyde Hall

This program is generously supported by the Gail and Stephen A. Jarislowsky Outstanding Artist program.
The exhibition Piña, Why is the Sky Blue? is supported by the Canada Council for the Arts.