Don’t forget your smartphone – the Geotag Art Project video overview

The Geotag Art project, which is located at multiple trail heads in and around Kelowna, has just been captured in this great video. Get a glimpse of the work each participating artist contributed to the project. This great outdoor exhibition is on until Oct 31st. offers a location-based art experience to a wireless audience. invites you to visit the Myra-Bellevue Provincial Park and check-in to an art experience showcasing video, sound, sculpture and painting. Link to works by Okanagan artists and explore creative connections to the land. We hope their ideas will stimulate and entertain as you walk, bike or hike along the Kettle Valley trail.

We encourage you to directly engage with their art and ideas in the places you like to spend time; on the lake, in parks, and in the city. is a portal to contemporary art that will challenge your expectations and excite your senses.

Visit Myra-Bellevue
Check-inJune 10 – October 31 to find new locations and artworks

About the Artists
Participating artists include members of the Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art and the Ullus Collective: Victoria Baptiste, Mariel Belanger, Sue Bizecki, Tracey Bonneau, Jarod Charzewski, Levi George, Warren Hooley, collaborators James Masz and Natalia Leigh, and David Wilson.


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