November 29th, 2011
I am participating for the first time as a vendor, and will be selling postcard sets, collage made from recycled materials, and altered books. This is a craft sale chock full of vendors with unique products, and the timing is perfect to pick up a few Christmas gifts.
Founded in 2007, Got Craft? is held twice a year featuring 50+ handmade designers, fresh food, DJ, a D.I.Y. table and free swag bags for the first 45 people through the door.
Date: Sunday Decmeber 4th, 2011
Time: 10am to 5pm
Admission: $3.00 (kids under 10 are free)
Location: Royal Canadian Legion
2205 Commercial Drive (at E 6th Avenue)
November 28th, 2011
If you’re one of those people who wishes the Eastside Culture Crawl happened more than once a year, then this is the event for you.
First Saturday Open Studios is a mini studio tour with a rotating roster of Culture Crawl artists that happens on the First Saturday of every month. So if you have the post-Crawl blues and need an art fix, mark Saturday December 3rd in your calendar and visit artists in their studios.
For First Saturday in December I will be having an inventory clearance sale of older artwork, which will include metal prints, and a small selection of altered book work. The time has come to clear out the old and make room for new work, so come take advantage of lower prices.
I will also have two other creative friends on site for the day. Come meet Monique Trottier, maker of magical fragrances at Botany of Delight, and Heike Kapp, maker of hand-blown glass pendants and art objects.
Botany of Delight
| Natural. Handmade. Perfume
Heike Kapp Glass
| Glass Marble
First Saturday Open Studios
Date: Saturday December 3rd. 2011
Time: 11am to 4pm
Address: 1660 East Georgia Street
November 22nd, 2011
In all the busy-ness that I had going on last week I forgot to share news about being featured in Vancouver Is Awesome’s series The Proof.
It’s a great series of interviews where each person shares projects they’re working on, and a glimpse into their lives. I had fun putting mine together – especially when it came to choosing the photos to include with the interview.
You can read the whole thing on Vancouver Is Awesome.