KIAC offers a broad range of high quality Community, Continuing Education & Professional Development programs from its home base at the Odd Fellows Hall campus in Dawson City, Yukon. Set against an inspiring backdrop of northern wilderness, the Odd Gallery carries on the rich Klondike tradition of cultural diversity and grand ideas. Tues to Sat 1 pm - 5 pm. Extended hours in certain seasons.
Odd Gallery-- Klondike Institute of Art & Culture
2nd Ave & Princess St (Bag 8000), Dawson City, Yukon Y0B 1G0
Tues to Sat 1 pm - 5 pm. Extended hours in certain seasons.
Mentions in Galleries West
Nicole Liao’s exhibition, "Against the Day", is composed of drawings, photographs, models and videos based on found footage of nuclear tests in outer space.
Jan 11, 2016
Québec City artist José Luis Torres’ exhibition "Landscape" offers subtle conceptual readings of Dawson City’s setting and character. It also marks a strategic move to intimate object-based arrangements...
Oct 28, 2015
The 24 "Untitled (Michif–Michin)" relief prints feature images of wild plants such as fireweed, yarrow, sage and arrowhead. At first glance, it appears the artist applied ink to the plants and then immediately pressed them onto paper.
Sep 3, 2014
In an art world where anything is possible, the artist must create his own context. Joseph Tisiga imagines all of his artwork as the product of his fictional Indian Brand Corporation, also known as IBC.
Apr 30, 2011
NOTES AND PHOTOS FROM ARTIST SCOTT ROGERS’ RESIDENCY AT THE KLONDIKE INSTITUTE OF ART AND CULTURE.
Aug 31, 2009
In Abundance, Max Liboiron takes discoveries from Dawson City dumps and creates a modular installation depicting the town and its nuisance grounds, aiming to make trash valuable enough for viewers to take home.
Dec 31, 2008
CARIN MINCEMOYER AND JEFFERSON CAMPBELL-COOPER, "The Natural and the Manufactured," Aug 16 – Sept 7, 2007, ODD Gallery, Dawson City
The Yukon provides an excellent context to consider opposites — the easy assumption that natural is good and manufactured is bad falls away in a place where a person can die from lack of manufactured shelter.
Aug 31, 2007
PAUL FORTIN, ( ), May 10 - June 15, 2007, ODD Gallery, Klondike Institute of Art and Culture, Dawson City
Fortin has reflected his own recollections of travel, but also hopes the viewer will recognize a common experience in each work.
Apr 30, 2007