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Artist: Will Hoffman, born in 1988, is a Penticton visual artist.
Contact: 250-462-8736 or email@example.com
Payment of a non-refundable $20 fee must be made before communication begins regarding commissioned work.
The people have demanded Will Hoffman artwork and this is what they get!
2016: Group Exhibition “Christmas Show & Sale” at Penticton Art Gallery.
2015: Group Exhibition “Fun Art Event” at the Cannery Trade Centre. (Penticton Western News)
2015: Group Exhibition “A Little Bit Of Everything VIII” at Leir House, Penticton Arts Council.
2014: Group Exhibition “Fun Art Event” at the Cannery Trade Centre. (Penticton Herald)
2013: Group Exhibition “theY”: Confluence and Congregation at Island Mountain Arts Public Gallery.
2013: Group Exhibition “Shatford Vignettes” at Shatford Centre.
2012: Group Exhibition at the Golo Art Project.
2011: Solo Exhibition “Always Changing Clothing” at Penticton Art Gallery.
2017: Nominee for the Penticton Arts Awards under Media Arts category. (Penticton Western News)
2016: “Dance to Defeat Mental Illness” Fundraiser for BC Schizophrenia Society Penticton Branch. Standby Producer and Cameraman.
2016: Founding sponsor for Peach City Community Radio.
2016: Filmed, animated and edited The Martian Campfire Remix music video. Verses by HOFF, Pacewon and Daniel Larusso. Urban dance by Jake Evans. Camera 2 operater Jon Pelletier. Special thanks to James Iwasuk. (Penticton Western News)
2016: Motion Picture Industry Orientation Workshop. (Kelowna Film Society Bursary Recipient)
2014: Second internship at Shatford Centre – Okanagan School of the Arts.
2013: Toni Onley Artists’ Project For Professional and Emerging Artists. An 8 Day Artist Mentorship in Wells BC, with artists Wayne White and Mimi Pond.
2012: “Heart to Mind” Fundraiser with James Iwasuk (Penticton Western News)
2012: Internship at Shatford Centre – Okanagan School of the Arts.
2010: Winner of the “Best Overall” mural at the Re-Imagine Art Festival. (Penticton Herald)