Theatre Amenities

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Kelowna Community Theatre: Lobby

 

Accessibility information:

The Kelowna Community Theatre has six wheelchair accessible seats with six companion seats.

The following items are available upon request:

  • Wheelchair for unloading and loading guests
  • Wheelchair and walker storage
  • Hearing assistance devices

One washroom is wheelchair accessible and designated as universal user. It also features an infant change table.

Lobby information:

  • A cash-only bar serving wine, beer, cider and highballs.
  • A cash-only concession area serving coffee, tea, water, soft drinks, juice, chips, and an assortment of chocolate bars and candies.
  • Washrooms - in addition to the accessible washroom, there's also men's and women's multi-stall washrooms.
  • ATM machine
  • Water fountain
  • Couch seating

 

                                  

Artscape Community Exhibition Program

Artscape is a community exhibition program that has provided opportunities to local artists since 1995. There are currently ten active Artscape locations, one of which is in the lobby of the theatre. The Artscape program creates opportunities for the public to experience art in significant communal venues.

If you are interested in buying one of the art pieces on display, contact ARTSCO and we will make it yours. For more information about Arts Council of the Central Okanagan’s Artscape program, to apply to exhibit your work, or to inquire about purchase of one of the works on display contact us:
heythere@artsco.ca // 250-861-4123 // www.artsco.ca

Kelowna Community Theatre Artscape January 2018 Featured Artist: Terry Thomson

Terry Thomson is a First Nations male from the Nlaka’pamux (Ing-kla-cap-ma) Nation. His First Nation band is the Cook’s Ferry Band in Spence’s Bridge B.C. He was born in Smithers B.C. in 1970 and spent a majority of his life living in the Okanagan/Similkameen region, graduating from Princeton Secondary in 1988. Terry spent two years studying Fine Arts at Fraser Valley College (University) from 1988 to 1990. His art has developed as he got in touch with his native heritage in the last 10 years. Terry's art is a union of a love and appreciation of nature and the spirituality of his First Nation beliefs. Terry has utilized many mediums but presently is using pencil and ink in the majority of his work.

Public Art:

The Public Art Program was established by resolution of Council in 1997.  As of November 2013, the Public Art Collection included over 60 installations located throughout Kelowna ranging from murals and banners to sculptures and works integrated into local streetscapes. One piece, A Quiet Beauty Assumes our Valley by Robert Kingsmill is located inside the lobby.