ccbc craft resource library

ccbc craft resource library

To celebrate the reopening of our resource library program, we are hosting a craft book sale on July 30 – August 1, 2022 from 10 am to 5 pm at our gallery on 1386 Cartwright St! Come visit and find books and magazines related to craft – materials, processes, techniques and more. 

Part of the sales will go towards acquiring archival materials for the maintenance of our archive and resource library. 

expansion

We are expanding our Craft Resource Library online with the addition of Crafted Vancouver’s library to make craft library resources more accessible.

Our library provides a wide variety of craft-related materials including Theory, Craft Skills, World Craft History and Craft Business among many others for the greater public and arts sector alike. The library will be officially open on July 29, 2022 both online and in-person.

Visits by appointment for library pick-ups and returns will be available from 10 am to 5 pm in house.

browse the resource library online

how can you donate?

research

The public is welcome to access the CCBC Craft Resource Library at our offices on Granville Island in Vancouver.

research

Open to the public by appointment on Fridays from 10am to 5pm
To make an appointment, email library[at]craftcouncilbc.ca
email us

loaning material

CCBC Members are welcome to take library materials out on loan for a period of time.

loaning material

Pick-ups and returns available Fridays from 10am to 5pm.
To make an appointment, email library[at]craftcouncilbc.ca
email us

donations

We are currently looking for books, magazines, and catalogues on BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) and queer craft, as well as BIPOC and queer craft theory/perspectives.

We are also accepting library materials relating to glass, metalsmithing, jewellery making, woodworking, felting, computer assisted design (3d printing, laser cutting, design programming), pottery, and paper crafts (paper-based arts, printmaking). We kindly ask that books, magazines, and catalogues which do not fit this description be left out of this round of donations.

To set up a time to drop off donations, please email us at library[at]craftcouncilbc.ca with the subject line “Library Donations”

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