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stitch vocabulary with bettina matzkuhn
saturday, august 13, 2022 10a-1p
Join Bettina Matzkuhn to learn more about her stitch vocabulary and how to adapt it for your own projects.
quiet places
Quiet Places is a collaboration between three artists who developed links between ceramics, encaustic painting, printmaking and bookbinding.
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moss art:
the beauty of nature at home
anna vagramova
an installation of moss art inspired by the colourful displays of nature of BC
july 28 - august 29, 2022
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all consuming

All Consuming raises issues of consumption, waste, and the global circulation of consumer goods.
Amy Gogarty
june 16 – august 4, 2022

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quiet places

These three artists are developing links between ceramics, encaustic painting, printmaking and bookbinding.
Bev Ellis, Debra Frances & Sue Gordon
august 11 – september 29, 2022

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moss art

moss art: the beauty of nature at home
anna vagramova
window installation
july 28 – august 29, 2022

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in conjunction with her CCBC gallery show, Amy Gogarty tells us about her journey as an artist and her love for ceramics.

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