Pitt Meadows Art Gallery Exhibition

Exhibition runs Tuesday, March 12 to Friday, April 5, 2024 – Rain Pierre and the RainAwakens Team

The Pitt Meadows Art Gallery (PMAG), located on the main floor of the South Bonson Community Centre will reopen on Tuesday, March 12 with its first exhibition titled Rain’s World – Whispers of the Ancestors: Echoes of Timeless Art. This exhibition will feature work from Rain Pierre, a q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie) First Nation artist and the RainAwakens team. PMAG will be open to the public Tuesday to Sunday 11:00am - 3:00pm with free admission.

An additional immersive experience of the Rains World exhibition featuring larger pieces from his collection will be available to view upstairs at the South Bonson Community Centre during gallery hours. Tickets are $11.50 each and will be available in-person at the art gallery (debit or credit only). No pre-sale tickets. For group or classroom bookings email pmag@pittmeadows.ca.

There will also be seven special evening shows upstairs, in which Rain Pierre will be in attendance. Tickets for the evening shows are available in advance on eventbrite only

Featuring: Rain Pierre of RainAwakens, Lainie Leon of Blue Moon Creations, Karla Zaldana of Casa De Lala, Trevor Johnson of Green Design, and Kiefer Strautman of Kiefco Customs.

Need more information or would like to purchase artwork from the Gallery? Contact pmag@pittmeadows.ca for details.

PMAG Hours - Starting March 12:

Tuesday to Sunday  |  11am - 3pm
South Bonson Community Centre (Main Floor) | 10932 Barnston View Road, Pitt Meadows, BC | pmag@pittmeadows.ca

Rain Pierre PMAG Exhibition Showcased on This is BC with Jay Durant

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On Sunday March 24, This is BC with Jay Durant showcased Rain Pierre and his new exhibition at the Pitt Meadows Art Gallery. In this segment, Rain shares his journey in hopes of inspiring others.

Learn more about q̓ic̓əy̓ (Katzie) First Nation artist Rain Pierre.

Watch the interview


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About the Artist

Rain Pierre, Owner, Artist & Motivational Speaker

My name is sɬə́məxʷ (Rain Pierre), meaning Rain, from Katzie First Nation in British Columbia, Canada. I am an artist, global speaker and owner of RainAwakens. I am an advocate for First Nation people, LGBTQ2S+ and recovery as I am bisexual and a person in recovery. When I look back on my journey at the end of my days, I want to look back on an adventure glowing with legacy and passion. I want to inspire others to dream while they are awake. It is time for our internal compass to turn to a direction of spirit, rather than money.

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