What’s On

The Craft Council of British Columbia is pleased to invite you to our 4th annual outdoor Summer Craft Market – CELEBRATE.

July 21 11am – 6pm
July 22 10am – 6pm
July 23 10am – 6pm
July 24 10am – 5pm

The market will take place this summer – July 21-24 – at the Jack Poole Plaza located just west of the Vancouver Convention Centre in downtown Vancouver. We are dedicated to offering local artisans a place to sell their handmade wares, and to offering shoppers and browsers the opportunity to purchase high quality, ethically made, unique products – all set against a beautiful backdrop of mountains and sea!

Admission to Celebrate is free and we are accessible to all, whether you are buying or browsing. 

Celebrate is located in downtown Vancouver, which is a popular hub for all things to do in the city! And transit is perfectly placed, meaning getting to and from the market is oh-so-simple. For tips on how to access downtown, check out the handy site by Downtown Vancouver: https://www.downtownvancouver.net/visitors/getting-around

You can access the market by a variety of transit methods – bus, Skytrain, Seabus, car, walking – and we will be conveniently located nearby Waterfront station. There will be volunteers on hand to direct you to the market, and if you catch the ever-friendly Downtown Ambassadors, they can provide directions, assistance and general downtown Vancouver tips. For more information on how best to travel visit: https://www.downtownvancouver.net/visitors/transit

Click here for more information, including the list of vendors! 

Georgina F. Lohan: Origins

Thursday, June 30, 2016 ― Thursday, August 11, 2016

Embedded in the material of the earth, are traces of the past. Vertical stacks of porcelain sculpture tell stories of evolution and transformation. Life began in the sea and emerges onto land, interacting with the elements of fire, water, earth and air. Species diversify and adapt, growing and multiplying as humans enter the timeline. It […]

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There is currently no upcoming exhibition scheduled. Check back later to see when the next exhibition will be happening.

Events / Opportunities

Sat, Feb 27, 2016 ― Sun, Jul 31, 2016

Call for Entry
Outside BC

Call For Entry and Nominations: Recommend an Early-career Potter for a Future CFile Article

CFile is combing the globe for the most exciting working potters and they want your help! If you would like to recommend an artist for consideration or submit your own work please list the website/s of the potter/s below (max of 3 submissions). The results will be reviewed for possible publication on CFile. If you are an […]

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Tues, Jun 09, 2015 ― Mon, Aug 01, 2016

Call for Entry
Vancouver Coast & Mts

Office Space at The Arts Factory

Are you a digital artist, arts administrator or professional in the cultural sector? Is your organization looking for office space? The second level at The Arts Factory is an innovative and collaborative work space for Vancouver’s arts community. The monthly rate for a permanent desk is $350 (click here to see what your rent includes!). […]

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Sun, May 22, 2016 ― Mon, Aug 01, 2016

Award / Grant / Bursary
The Islands

British Columbia Arts Council: Professional Development Project Assistance

The Professional Development Project Assistance program assists professional artists and arts administrators 1) to take advantage of opportunities which require travel; or 2) to undertake specific learning activities to advance their practice or career. The program assists those who demonstrate a high degree of critical self-reflection and link activities to the next stage of their […]

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Thur, Jul 14, 2016 ― Mon, Aug 01, 2016

Vancouver Coast & Mts

The Sculptors’ Society of BC Exhibition

The Sculptors’ Society of BC is a non-profit organization of professional sculptors dedicated to promoting sculpture in British Columbia.  Through their exhibitions and other activities they raise public awareness of sculptors, their techniques and the themes of their work.  Throughout the Sculptors Society of British Columbia’s history, there has been a high standard of excellence, […]

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