Thursday, November 9, 2017

Museum of Northern British Columbia to host exhibition of Mike Ambach photography

Tonight is opening night for what should be a fascinating look at the changing face of Northern British Columbia, as the Museum of Northern British Columbia hosts the opening night of an exhibition of photos from Mike Ambach.

Mr. Ambach who along with Arianne Loranger-Saindon are the creative minds behind From The Treehouse Photography in addition to their commercial photography work around the Northwest, Mr. Ambach has compiled for the exhibition some of his most impressive photographs on what is described as the "ebb and flow of wealth in resource based Northern BC".

The exhibit which will be hosted at the Museum's Ruth Harvey Gallery explores the social and physical landscapes that have been shaped by the boom and bust economic cycles of the North and Northwest.

A small preview of what you will find as part of the exhibit at the Museum is available online, part of Mr. Ambach's Get Rich Slow presentation.

The opening night reception takes place this evening from 7 to 9 PM where you can get the first glimpse of the collection and gain some insight from the photographers travels across the region.

Prince Rupert is the third stop in the exhibitions tour of the region, it has previously been hosted by the Smithers and Terrace Art Galleries in the past.

You can learn more about tonight's Reception and other items of note from the Museum of Northern British Columbia from their Facebook page.

More items of interest related to Community Events  can be found on our archive page here.

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