Warryn Berry plays during the Fourth Annual Penticton and District Arts Awards at the Cleland Theatre on March 2. Dale Boyd/Western News

Artists honoured at Penticton Arts Awards

Penticton honoured its arts community March 2 at the Cleland Theatre

The Penticton and District Community Arts Council honoured local artists at the Fourth Annual Penticton and District Arts Awards on March 2 at the Cleland Theatre.

Check out some photos from the night’s celebration below:

Here are this year’s winners:

Arts Educators

George Traicheff & Dr. Michelle Jack

Supporter of the Arts

Anne Rabbitte

Aboriginal Art Award

Tyrone Whitehawk

Visual Arts

Jan Little

Graphic Arts

Angela Hook


Zara Taylor


Florian Maurer


Celine Blais


Molly Wells

Literary Arts

Dawn Renaud

Media Arts

Dave Mai


Jane Pillkey

Lifetime Achievement Award

Irwin Hobden

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