In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, The Fort Gallery is hosting Postcards from Canada, an exhibit of original postcard-sized works of art from across the country.

Canadian postcards needed for upcoming Fort Gallery exhibition

Artists of all ages and abilities welcome to submit art for Postcards from Canada show

In celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday, The Fort Gallery is hosting Postcards from Canada, an exhibit of original postcard-sized works of art from across the country.

Artists of all ages and stages are invited to participate by mailing their 4X6 inch postcards to the Fort Gallery by June 15.

All cards will be exhibited in gallery June 28 to July 16, and online at www.fortgallery.ca from June 28 to Aug. 31.

The postcards will also be auctioned off online and proceeds, after expenses, will be donated to Canadian Feed the Children First Nations Nutrition Program.

The gallery’s mailing address is:

PO Box 685
9048 Glover Rd.
Fort Langley, B.C.
V1M 2S1

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