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Twyla Exner’s Cling exhibition all this month at Omineca Arts Centre

Omineca Arts Centre presents Twyla Exner’s Cling exhibition open until May 31.

Twyla Exner is a Canadian contemporary artist who resides in Prince George. She creates art works in various mediums, including drawing, sculpture, ceramics, and installation. Exner’s pieces explore themes of nature, combined with technology and electronics, and have been exhibited across Canada.

Her month long exhibition includes in person open studio hours with Twyla Sundays 10-3, and a free wire sculpture workshop May 31 from 7-9 p.m. Follow on Facebook for updates! To register email:

Twya’s Cling Exhibition is inspired by the wonders of nature and the idea of electronic technologies gone awry.  She uses the materials and imagery of discarded electronic technologies to create whimsical and worrisome sculptures and drawings that propose hybrids of technological structures and living organisms.  

Twyla holds a BFA in sculpture from the University of Regina (Regina, SK) and a MFA in Studio Arts from Concordia University (Montreal, QC).  Twyla is passionate about sharing in the creative process and has exhibited artworks and facilitated lectures, workshops, lesson plans and interactive art making experiences for schools, community centers, post-secondary institutions, museums, galleries and festivals across Canada.  Follow her on Instagram and Facebook to see more of her works!

Omineca Arts Centre is a COVID-19 safe space with plenty of room to distance, so mask up, come on down, hit the sanny on your way in, and view the exhibition in person. Entrance by donation. 

In the face of a global pandemic, Omineca Arts Centre has continued to facilitate collaboration and diversify opportunities for emerging & professional visual, fine art, literary, musical and performing artists. The community arts centre is 100% dependent on fundraising, grants and sponsor dollars. Current and upcoming opportunities include:

OMINECA Arts Centre is an interdisciplinary, locally led artist run centre that prides itself in being a safe space for creativity to flourish. The Centre’s has been in operation since 2016, led by board chair, Jennifer Pighin, local Indigenous artist and educator. The mission is to create space and opportunity for innovative, multidisciplinary, collaborative, and marginalized art forms within the Omineca region. For more information on our programs, offerings or events this month, visit our website, Twitter, Instagram or Facebook pages. 

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