Augmented Reality Art on Bernard Ave


Visitors to downtown Kelowna can experience a new augmented reality art experience that presents works that have each been created by a trio of local artists. A visual artist, an animator, and musician have woven their artistic expressions together to create a piece that can be brought to life through the free AUGLE app on a smartphone.

The project was funded by the City of Kelowna Temporary Art in public spaces program, and facilitated by Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art and Kelowna Art Gallery.

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Cuppa Java by Jolene Mackie (painting), Emily Stubbs (animation), and Bo Higgs (music).


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