CCBC Granville Island
About The Shop
CCBC Shop & Gallery, Granville Island (formally Crafthouse) is proud to feature exquisite hand-crafted contemporary items from over 100 of our member artisans. Choose from a wide selection of items across the mediums of ceramic, fibre, glass, jewellery, metal, mixed media and wood. By treating yourself (or someone else!) to a piece of contemporary hand-crafted art, you are adding something unique and wonderful to your life and supporting our talented local artists.
Since 1986, proceeds from CCBC Shop and Gallery have supported B.C's craftspeople and the programs and activities of the Craft Council of BC. Your purchases help to ensure the continued growth of a vibrant and diverse craft sector in B.C.
And our location? Granville Island offers a vibrant and diverse mix of people and activities. A destination so dynamic, no visit to the city is complete without spending at least a day here.
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Sell With Us
Are you a craftsperson interested in selling with the Craft Council of BC? - We exclusively sell the work of our members; if you haven't already become a member, now's the time! This can be done online through our Member Services page, where you can find out more about the the application process and the benefits of joining us.
1386 cartwright street.
vancouver. bc. v6h 3r8
September-April: Daily 10:30am-5:30pm
May-August: Daily 10:00am - 6pm
CLOSED Mondays in January
Artists You Will Find Here:
- Kate Arkiletian
Grace Lee of eikcam ceramics
Ann Maliatski of Golem Designs
Meghan McCrone of Muddy Marvels Pottery
Gera Scott Chandler
Laura Van Der Linde
- Catherine Barr
Don Gillard of Dig Leather Co.
Dawn M Russell of Della Terra Designs
- elk Studio Glass
Lisa Harbidge of Spirit Rider Studio
Damaris Oakley of Redroom Art Glass Studio
Vanessa Gaudet of Lady Dragon Glassworks
- Bridget Catchpole of Votum Designs
Stuart Duncan of Wren Silverworks
Linda Freedman Katz
Chi Cheng Lee
Nina Turczyn of Paprika Designs
Billy Would Designs
- Elnaz Zomorodian
Zula Jewelery + Design
- Ron Bazar of Arbutus Arts
Stuart Bowyer / Bowyer and Toulson
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CCBC Retail - Other Locations
Audain Art Museum - Whistler
4350 blackcomb way
canada. v0n 1b4
Open Daily: 10am - 5pm (Closed Tuesdays)
Crafthouse YVR - Vancouver
domestic departure. level 3
vancouver international airport
Open Daily: 6:00am-9:00pm
Artists Selling at Crafthouse YVR:
- Trezlie Brooks
Laura Van Der Linde
- Keiko Kiyota
- Melissa Abram
Gera Scott Chandler
LSTR - Victoria International Airport
pre-security arrivals hall
victoria international airport
Artists Selling at LSTR Victoria International Airport:
Have you been looking for the perfect thank you gifts for your upcoming events? Unique gifts are a great way to showcase our BC culture to your keynotes at workshops and conferences. The Craft Council of BC can help connect you to local artists to commission custom works or purchase existing pieces.
Crafts are also perfect gifts for annual staff awards, client or employee recognition, promotional initiatives and holiday celebrations. If you are interested in getting artworks for Christmas 2018, you need to order by October 15th 2018 to receive them in time for this Christmas.
"We wanted the award to reflect the spirit of our [Citizen's Leadership] initiative. What better way than to highlight and support the work of a BC artist. Through the guidance and assistance of The Crafts Council of British Columbia, Vancouver-based artist Hope Forstenzer was commissioned to create a beautiful and meaningful sculptural glasswork to serve as the award. I would like to thank The Crafts Council of British Columbia for their support and encourage you to consider the commissioning of work by BC artists for your corporate recognition needs."~ Dr Karen Philp
Executive Director (2015)
The Kidney Foundation of Canada, BC & Yukon Branchw
“The work I did for the Kidney Foundation was an amazing experience on many levels. First, it was an opportunity that I would never have had if not for CCBC. Second, it was a chance to use glass to do work for a great cause. And finally, it showed what happens when craft becomes part of how the greater community at large comes together and celebrates itself.”
~ Hope Forstenzer
CCBC Artist MemberP
"I am a wood turner and, as a CCBC member artist, I was delighted to be commissioned to provide items for the Corporate Program earlier this year. The items were sixteen 9-inch bowls in English Walnut ordered as annual service awards. It is gratifying that thought was given to supporting local craft and I derive considerable pleasure in knowing that things I make are appreciated and put to good use. The Corporate Program deserves to flourish and continue to provide a useful link between local artists and the Corporate community for the provision of various forms of gifts and presentation items."
~ Michael Hamilton Clark
CCBC Member Artist
To look at more of our products, set up a consultation or get connected with one of our artists please contact us by completing our enquiry form.