KAMLOOPS ARTS COUNCIL

Our Staff

Terri Hadwin

Terri Hadwin

Executive Director

Terri works with the KAC Board of Directors to oversee the organization, including partnerships, fundraising, staffing, and media. With extensive experience working in management positions with non-profits, she relishes in the satisfaction of working for the community and the necessity of leveraging every contribution that comes to support the organization. She has completed her Graduate in Tourism with Royal Roads University. Before moving to Kelowna and New Westminster, Terri spent her early youth in Kamloops, and has recently returned to calling Kamloops her home.

Lorel Sternig

Lorel Sternig

Crossing Bridges Outreach Coordinator

Lorel was born with an urge to create. After over 25 years of working with her hands and successfully marketing her art through galleries, gift shops and trade shows, her passion is to now share her love of the arts with others. For Lorel, being part of an organization that helps reach those that may not have the chance to create or realize the benefits of art in their lives is extremely rewarding. She enjoys finding innovative ways to improve or expand the outreach program which helps to create opportunities for other artists. Also important is finding time to work on her own artwork, teaching and mentoring others.  While Lorel draws, paints, creates clay sculptures, murals, mixed media, and installations, she continues to appreciate all things art.

Susan Wolf

Susan Wolf

Office Coordinator

Susan is originally from the east coast and has lived in Kamloops since 2005. She grew up in Kingston, Ontario and where she developed her passion for music and stage performance.  She is has a diploma in Horticulture and after a decade of painting landscapes with flowers, she in now painting on canvas.

Kasahra Atkins

Kasahra Atkins

Events Coordinator

Kasahra is the daughter of a local artist and has music in her blood. She has been immersed in the world of art since a young age. Her studies took her to attain a bachelor’s in journalism, where she was the founding president of the Kappa Beta Gamma sorority chapter of TRU. Kasahra enjoys taking her time exploring different art mediums including painting, 3D printing & design, writing, photography, and graphic design. She spent most of her youth in Kamloops and experienced many local art opportunities like KISSM, the honor choir, and the KAC Lumiere parade. She is passionate about the community and wants to help make the Kamloops Arts Council inclusive, modern, and unique.

Contractors

Leah Bojey

Leah Bojey

Galleries Coordinator

Originally from the West Kootenays Leah is excited to be working with the Kamloops Arts Council helping local artists to showcase and feature their work to the Kamloops community. She is passionate about the art community and enjoys creating opportunities for artists through the KAC Galleries. “There is nothing more inspiring for an artist than to see their collection of work professionally displayed in their own exhibition.” Leah has a background in graphic design and publishing. She is an entrepreneur, volunteer and artist who takes great pleasure in painting, drawing and sharing her work with others.

Contact Us Today!

Visit Us

7 Seymour Street West (at 1st)
Kamloops, BC V2C 1E4

Hours

Tues to Fri, 10-12 & 1-5;
Saturday 10-12 & 1-4

Contact Us

The Kamloops Arts Council office and KAC Main Gallery are located in the city-owned Old Courthouse Cultural Centre at 7 Seymour Street West. We share this wonderful 100-year-old building with Arnica Artist Run Studio, the Courthouse Gallery Cooperative and Theatre BC (Mainstage).

Visit us, our gallery and the rest of the amazing arts groups that are housed under one roof!

Please note: Kamloops Arts Council does not handle bookings for rentals of the Old Courthouse.  For information on rentals, please contact Cara Garden, City of Kamloops Arts, Culture & Heritage Coordinator, at 250.828.3611.