Jane Freear-Wyld creator and organizer of Tapestry International shares with us how the non-profit organization came to be. In advance of Interface, the latest touring tapestry exhibiton, Jane alludes to the collective labour that goes into making an international exhibiton happen.
installation by bridget catchpole, july 21 – september 7, 2019
jewellery series installation by clarissa long, october 8 – november 30, 2019
installation by melanie thompson & judith barnett | march 25 – april 29, 2019
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the CCBC routinely nominates candidates for the BC Carter Wosk Creative Achievement Award
the CCBC nominates candidates for the Saidye Bronfman award
The Canadian Crafts Federation / Fédération canadienne des métiers d’art (CCF/FCMA) invites the craft community to put forward nominations for the newly redesigned Robert Jekyll Award for Leadership in Craft.
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An award for students to participate in curatorial activities in support of the development of a critical assessment of contemporary craft in students.