Exhibitions

About CCBC Gallery

The Craft Council of British Columbia Gallery promotes contemporary craft of emerging and established artists by regularly exhibiting their work. Financial support for these exhibitions is generously provided by the British Columbia Arts Council and City of Vancouver.

One of the few spaces dedicated to exhibiting all craft media, the Craft Council of British Columbia Gallery offers emerging and established craftspeople the opportunity to gain recognition and exhibition experience in a well-known, popular and heavily visited venue. Exhibitors are selected by a selection committee made up of CCBC artists. A diagram of the gallery is available here.

Until December 30, 2018 we will be accepting exhibition submissions for January 2020 - December 2020. The Exhibition Submission Overview outlines the process for submission. To submit an application please click here.

The Gallery is open daily (Monday-Sunday), 10:30am to 5:30pm
Closed Mondays in January

Craft Council of BC Gallery
1386 Cartwright Street
Granville Island, Vancouver, BC
tel: 604.687.7270 | email: contact_us@craftcouncil.bc.ca

Current Exhibition

There is currently no exhibition on display. Check upcoming exhibitions to see when the next exhibition will be happening.

Upcoming Exhibitions

Wesley Harris: Mentor & Metalsmith Exhibition

Thursday, July 05, 2018 ― Thursday, August 16, 2018

Mentor & Metalsmith is an exhibition by silversmith, Wesley Harris, in tribute to his teacher, Arthur Brecken.  The display contains 23 of Mr. Brecken’s finest silver pieces, 11 of Wesley’s early works directly inspired by his teacher’s, and 39 current and new pieces made in tribute to him.  The progression of work both illustrates how […]

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Brenda Crabtree: Cultural Fabric

Thursday, August 23, 2018 ― Thursday, October 04, 2018

Indigenous artistic expressions continually  shift in response to cultural circumstances and facilitates the reinvention and re-interpretation of traditional practices. This exhibition challenges notions about how Indigenous art is created and perceived, with works ranging from a variety of artistic disciplines and materials including, fur, hide, wool and cedar. This exhibition is curated by Brenda Crabtree […]

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felt :: feutre Canada: SHRINE

Thursday, October 11, 2018 ― Thursday, November 22, 2018

SHRINE is a group exhibition created by felt :: feutre canada members from across Canada. The work asks participating artists to create a portable shrine that pays homage to a belief which is intrinsic to them. This belief can be based in religion, but can also be secular; a testament to an object/theme selected by the […]

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Past Exhibitions

Triniruth Bautista: Clay & Light

Mar 22, 2018 ― May 03, 2018

Barbara Cohen: Seeing Red

Jun 29, 2017 ― Aug 10, 2017

Emerging Artists: Inspired by Material & Process

Feb 02, 2017 ― Mar 16, 2017

Lexie Owen, curator: Unexpected

Nov 24, 2016 ― Dec 08, 2016

Georgina F. Lohan: Origins

Jun 30, 2016 ― Aug 11, 2016

Larissa Blokhuis: Into the Woods

May 11, 2016 ― Jun 23, 2016

Rachel Gourley: Contained

Nov 19, 2015 ― Dec 30, 2015

: West Coast Synergies

Oct 08, 2015 ― Nov 06, 2015

Shannon Butler : Buffalo Rose

Aug 20, 2015 ― Oct 01, 2015

Charmian Nimmo: Still Life

Jul 02, 2015 ― Aug 13, 2015

Jane Kidd: Curious

May 14, 2015 ― Jun 25, 2015

Amanda McCavour: Testing, Testing 1,2,3

Mar 25, 2015 ― May 07, 2015

Fiona Duthie: Full(Filled)

Feb 06, 2015 ― Mar 19, 2015

: The Earring Show

Nov 20, 2014 ― Dec 12, 2014

Sarah Bradley & Charmian Nimmo: Teapots & More!

Jul 11, 2014 ― Jul 25, 2014

Julie McIntyre: Collecting Stories

Feb 06, 2014 ― Mar 20, 2014

Deborah Dumka: Restorative Niches

Aug 21, 2013 ― Oct 03, 2013

Sharon Bussard Grove: SPOILED

May 16, 2013 ― Jun 27, 2013

Kelly Austin: compositions

Mar 28, 2013 ― May 09, 2013

Amy Chang: Industrial Organs

Feb 07, 2013 ― Mar 10, 2013

Alice Philip: Light Lines

Oct 25, 2012 ― Dec 06, 2012

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