Two Rivers Gallery is a centre for visual art in Prince George and the central interior of British Columbia. The gallery proudly sits on the traditional, unceded territory of the Lheidli T’enneh.
The Art Gallery opened in July 2000 as a purpose-built art museum. Its award-winning design was the work of Alberta architect Barry Johns. Two Rivers Gallery has become the centre for visual art in the north. The Gallery has developed a reputation for strong exhibitions featuring art by contemporary artists from across the country. Since its origin, Two Rivers Gallery has evolved into a dynamic and responsive centre of contemporary Canadian art.
If you do find yourself here, go upstairs to the common art area where you can explore and create your own art. This place has lots of fun facilities for kids. The best thing about the gallery is the abundance of workshops that you can take right from little kids to adults.
Admission to the Gallery is by donation.