installation program

ccbc window installations

We showcase creative installations that consider viewers outside and within the shop in order to engage and evoke discourse on the role of craft in a compact environment. The window installations are meant to encourage  interaction, excite curiosity, and add a focal point of interest to our space.

During the COVID19 pandemic restrictions, you are welcome to view our window installations  from a safe distance outside, or to come in to take a closer look following guidelines for a safe visit.  Learn more to plan your visit.

Are you an artist? Submit your proposal for the window installation program.

window installations 2022

dreams of flight

flying is freedom, flying is joy, flying is magical, flying is escape

window installation
hope forstenzer | april 1-30, 2022

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her garden

With this collection of embroidered collages, artist Homa Khosravi reflects on her personal experience of grief, gender, femininity and the relationship shared between human and nature | march 1 -31, 2022

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year of glass

“Year of Glass” celebrates the work of three glass artists from Terminal City Class Co-op in honour of the United Nations declared Year of Glass | January 13 – February 28, 2022

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window installations 2021

the sewing box

“The Sewing Box” is an installation by artist Jenny Judge focusing on the discovery of a discarded sewing box | november 18 – january 10, 2022

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kickin’ it

“Kickin’ It” is a series of funcitional ceramic shoes by Charmian Nimmo that animate the window with movement | july 15 – august 19, 2021

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tea in the wood

“Tea In the Wood” consists of six sculptural tea pots, and one large birch sculpture by ceramic artist Bev Ellis | may 6 – june 15, 2021

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dancing lights

“Dancing Lights” is a installation by Claudine Gévry and Jean Gélinas from Umbra & Lux Studio | december 1, 2020 – february 28, 2021

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window installations 2020

window installations 2019

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