January 13, 2016 in Uncategorized
Come see an exhibition which pushes the limits on where we identify crafts’ limits to be.
Artists Disa Haldorson and Erin Kuhtey, bring to life the issue of what is craft is and how it should be seen.
The show consists of photography and ceramic work.
December 9, 2015 in Uncategorized
Pat Bruderer (Half Moon Woman) represents the preservation of one of the rarest and most threatened indigenous art forms in the America’s today, taken to a level of articulation and complexity not often previously witnessed; the art is called……. ‘Birch Bark Bitings’ also called “Birch Bark Transparencies”.
Pat “Half Moon Women”, is one of the few current practitioners of the ancient First Nations art of Birch Bark Biting. Being born in Churchill, Manitoba, Canada of Cree ancestry, a mother of five children, and currently living in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Half Moon Women, is self taught in the ancient art of birch bark biting of which she made it her responsibility to become the carrier of this valuable, intricate traditional art form.
December 2, 2015 in Uncategorized
Friday December 4 4 – 10 pm
Saturday December 5, 12 – 5pm
Live music, paint your own ornament, and free wrapping, hot chocolate and chili.. props with photos and other fun things..
very family friendly.. many local handmade gifts to choose from
November 19, 2015 in Uncategorized
The annual School of Art Show & Create , at The Edge Gallery.
Join us on Friday November 20th for the opening, 7-10pm
See current student’s work; join in on a ~collaborative painting~
~ART~ is for everyone; to ~EXPERIENCE~ and to ~MAKE~
Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/165568107126637/
November 10, 2015 in Uncategorized
Friday Nov 13th 7-10pm Saturday / Sunday Nov 14th & 15th 2-6pm Monday Nov 16th 6-8pm
Featuring work by:
Gwen Freeman, Quyen Huynh, Christina Mick, Jennifer Darkly, Lyndsay Ladobruk, Tannis Kelm, Theresa Walloga and Bridget Ellen
‘Thank You For Coming’ boasts an awe-inspiring line up of fierce female art fanatics with an intent to aid and arouse. All proceeds from donations (cash or hygiene products) will go to Willow Place women’s shelter. What to expect: art, poetry, live music and video installation. 18+ suggested.
See the FACEBOOK event for more details.