April 2020 "Student Show" Is Going Online

Updated: Apr 27

Open to all students of all ages and abilities. This exhibition is a celebration of emerging artists from youth to seniors

Guest Speaker: Shelley A Leedahl\ Writer - See below Shelley's Art Challenge and prize below.

Thank you to our Sponsors Red's Emporium and Turning Point Arts

Due to Social Distancing Needs to help flatten the curve of the Covid-19 Virus this show is going to be online only. See our online gallery here.

How to submit your work…….

Send us a clear and well- lit photo of your piece(s)  Photo(s) should be 500 kb, 1500 to 2500 pixels wide. Photo(s) should be saved as a .JPEG or .PNG.   If you are mailing from a phone choose medium.

Please save the photo(s) as title_artistname_

Also include in body of email: 


-Title of Piece




-Email address

3 pieces per person please. Email your photo and information to art@ladysmithwaterfrontgallery.com by  April 5th at 2 pm.

Shelley's Challenge

Book Cover "The Moon Watched It All" by Shelly A Leedahl

The Best Part – our guest speaker this month was going to be Shelley Leedahl a published author who lives in LADYSMITH, but since we can’t all be together here’s a challenge from Shelley

Write or draw from the first line in her book The Moon Watched it All. Here’s the first line as inspiration:

In a time before this time, when the world moved at a pony’s pace, a woman rocked by her window and turned, every evening, to the moon.”

You have until the end of April to send us your work in words (under 300) or draw us a picture. Submit at art@ladysmithwaterfrontgallery. We are going to post all entries for the world to enjoy on our website and social media. Everyone can submit. And the Best Part – we will have a random draw for a signed copy of Shelleys wonderful book in May.



Tel: 250-245-1252 

Email: info@ladysmitharts.ca

Mailing Address: PO Box 2370 Ladysmith BC V9G 1B8

Physical Address: 610 Oyster Bay Drive, Ladysmith

Temporary Physical Address: South Davis Road School, 444 Parkhill Terrace, Ladysmith

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