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The Craft Council of BC would like to extend a huge thank you to everyone who attended the opening of “to have & to hold – the physical book: more than a quaint tradition” – an exhibition by Penny Parry on Friday October 14. The talk given by the artist was very well attended and delved into the world of the physical book and how it compares to the technology overtaking it nowadays.

If you missed the the opening artist talk and reception for the latest exhibition at the CCBC Gallery – don’t worry! You can watch the talk here: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3.

Join in! 

You have the chance to participate in a fantastic collaboration with Penny Parry during “to have & to hold – the physical book: more than a quaint tradition”! Parry has selected three images from ‘Alice In Wonderland’ and invites you to submit your own captions. These will be collected and turned into a book at the end of the exhibition.


‘to have & to hold – the physical book: more than a quaint tradition’  an exhibition by Penny Parry runs  October 14th, 2016 – November 17th, 2016

 

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