Online Art Exhibition: 2024 edition

SIMA: Wintering Together

from North-West British-Columbia

Artterra x Outdoor Artist Collective

The artterra Exhibition at the Sima Festival 2024

A Collaborative Winter Showcase by Outdoor Artist Collective

Welcome to a visual odyssey curated by the artist Arlene Ness, showcased in the artterra online gallery as part of Sima Festival 2024.
Nestled within the heart of the Canadian Northwest, this exhibition unveils the profound artistic voices resonating from this majestic region. Seven distinct artists converge to explore the symbiotic relationship between nature, culture and creativity. Through a diverse array of mediums, they capture the spirit of the coastal landscape, infusing their works with the essence of untamed wilderness and cultural richness. Ness's curation seamlessly weaves together narratives of tradition, innovation, and environmental consciousness, offering a compelling glimpse into the soul of the Canadian Northwest region.

Featured Artists

Sima Festival 

Sima Festival is a celebration of winter focused on reflecting, redefining and fostering our individual and collective relationship with the environment.
Centered on building community during the darkest months of the year through art, outdoor recreation, education, conversations and music.
Winter is a moment many people from around the world experience regardless of age, culture, history, skin colour, gender or social background. By gathering around the neutral theme of winter, this project seeks to uplift individuals and communities as environmental leaders by placing immense value on their lived experience of the territory.

The 2nd edition of the  festival will be held in Terrace, BC (CA)  with activities in Hazelton, Kitselas & Kitsumkalum (BC) from January 24th to 28th, 2024.

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Artists Exhibiting

Jamie Nole

Jamie Nole, a neurodivergent Nisga’a-Tahltan artist, balances motherhood and art, focusing on environmental themes and neurodivergence through frog motifs. Learn more...

Spirit Of Luna, The Lost Orca

Jamie Nole

Spirit Of Luna, The Lost Orca

$527.00 USD

Transforming Frog Child

Jamie Nole

Transforming Frog Child

$6,013.00 USD

Virginia Morgan

Virginia Morgan, a Northwest Coast Indian Art alumna, creates carvings inspired by nature and stories, sharing her culture as a mother and grandmother. Learn more...

Salmon woman/Weget’s Wife Transformation Mask

Virginia Morgan

Salmon woman/Weget’s Wife Transformation Mask

$4,886.00 USD

Mouse Mask

Virginia Morgan

Mouse Mask

$3,383.00 USD

Eagle Mask

Virginia Morgan

Eagle Mask

$3,758.00 USD

Darryl Moore

Darryl Moore, aka GisaHuut, a Nisga’a artist and Freda Diesing alumnus, teaches and creates art, emphasizing cultural preservation. Learn more...

Xwts’aa Amiilukw

Darryl Moore

Xwts’aa Amiilukw

$3,007.00 USD

Arlene Ness

Arlene Ness, a Gitxsan artist, excels in carving and design, blending tradition with her own style, and mentors young artists. Learn more...

Oracle

Arlene Ness

Oracle

$6,013.00 USD

Dreaming in Winter Colour

Arlene Ness

Dreaming in Winter Colour

$1,804.00 USD

Breath Of Winter

Arlene Ness

Breath Of Winter

$564.00 USD

Skyla Lattie

Skyla Lattie, a Gitxsan artist and mother, creates nature-inspired multi-media art, emphasizing cultural values and sustainability. Learn more....

The circle of life and death

Skyla Lattie

The circle of life and death

$527.00 USD

Kari Morgan

Kari Morgan, a Nisga’a, European, Metis artist, and entrepreneur, studied under masters at Freda Diesing School. She views traditional art as soul medicine, aiming to inspire and educate through her work and workshops. Learn more...

Aks (Water)

Kari Morgan

Aks (Water)

$136.00 USD

The Healer

Kari Morgan

The Healer

$286.00 USD

Where it Starts

Kari Morgan

Where it Starts

$602.00 USD

Outdoor Artist Collective

Outdoor Artist Collective is a Canadian non-profit redefining social and environmental mobilization. We nurture a worldwide community of artists and communicators inspiring and empowering long standing collective action through their artistic practice.

We connect them with individuals and organizations from all sectors who wish to become an active part of this movement by developing collaborative relationships through innovative projects.

Learn more