Friday, October 18, 2019

Pembina seeks works from Prince Rupert's Aboriginal Artists for Storefront showcase

If all goes according to plan, the Pembina office in the Capital Mall will
soon also double as a showcase venue for Aboriginal Art on the North Coast

Aboriginal Artists on the North Coast will soon have an opportunity to get some wider exposure for their work, with Pembina Energy putting out a call  for works of Aboriginal based art for public display at their Third Avenue West storefront office.

The program would see local aboriginal artists showcase their work in the Pembina office, with any purchase of the art to be conducted between the artist and those who view their works.

Towards delivery of the art, Pembina is looking for artwork that is of a suitable size and medium for hanging on a wall, it must also arrive at their offices framed and ready to hang with appropriate hanging hardware.

Artists can submit two pieces of art at a time, the art will be on display for 90 days and then will be rotated out with other works taking its place. 

Pembina is also asking that you provide a phone number and some background on the story behind each piece of art.

You can find out more about the Art Showcase project by contact Nikita at the Pembina office in the Capital Mall building.

You can also make inquiries by phone at 250-624-2950 or by email at

Pembina is currently in the process of constructing a Liquid Propane Export Terminal on Watson Island, you can learn more about that industrial project from our archive page here.

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