Gallery 2

Gallery 2 Art and Heritage Centre provides visual arts and heritage exhibitions, educational programming, and special events to serve the community through the ongoing support of its membership and visitors, the City of Grand Forks and the Regional District, as well as Provincial and Federal funding.

Gallery 2 Art & Heritage Centre

The former Grand Forks Provincial Courthouse building is now home to Gallery 2 Art and Heritage Centre. Officially completed in 1912, the Grand Forks Provincial Court House was designed by architects R.F. Lawrence and Robert McIntosh.

Gallery 2 prides itself on presenting a diverse assortment of contemporary art exhibitions including selections from its own collection. The heritage galleries provide a permanent pictorial heritage display presenting an overview of the history of Grand Forks and region as well as shorter-term site designed and travelling exhibitions. We are committed to providing educational and outreach programming to children and adults to better understand our art and cultural heritage.

Gallery 2 celebrates Art and Heritage as essential parts of the human experience.

The purpose of the Society is to establish a public, non-profit organization, in the city of Grand Forks and its surrounding region, dedicated to the professional advancement of cultural assets.

Gallery 2 is guided by the following core values:

  • The value of increased community cultural benefits through diverseĀ  exhibition and outreach programming
  • The value of contributing to the development and support of visual art and artists
  • The value of meeting the financial, professional and ethical standards for public visual art and heritage institutions.

Check out the Gallery 2 website for more information.

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