Arts/artisanat

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8 Arts/artisanat in British Columbia

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1 2018 Tofino Public Market - Tofino

Tofino Village Green
Tofino, British Columbia
V0R 2Z0
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Weekly on samedi mai 19, 2018 to samedi octobre 6, 2018

"Make It, Bake It, Grow It, Gather It!" The Tofino Market runs every Saturday from 10:00 am-2:00 pm on the Village Green, from May Long Weekend through Thanksgiving.

Enjoy unique, handcrafted artisan wares and up-cycled creation from up to 50 vendors representing the West Coast of Vancouver Island. There's live music on the gazebo stage, and a free Arts & Crafts Zone for kids. The Market also features local First Nations carving and cedar weaving demos and workshops throughout the season. And don't forget to fill up on fresh produce, delicious baked goods, hot food and tasty beverages!

The Tofino Market is the perfect place to experience the creative vibe of Tofino, where people join together to connect with the artists, the products and the community.

2 Fort Langley Makers Market - Fort Langley

23022 – 88 Avenue
Fort Langley, British Columbia
V1M 2R8
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Every 2 weeks on Saturday from avril 14, 2018 to septembre 22, 2018

Fort Langley's New and Hottest market!!!! Find BC handmade makers of all types at this amazing market in beautiful Fort Langley. free admission, food trucks, coffee truck and draws every event!

Daily from mars 16, 2018 to juin 15, 2019

The Museum of Vancouver (MOV), in partnership with Haida Gwaii Museum, presents a visual feast of innovation and tradition with new exhibition, Haida Now, on display from March 16, 2018 to June 15, 2019. Guest curated by Haida Curator Kwiaahwah Jones in collaboration with Viviane Gosselin, Co-curator and Director of Collections & Exhibitions at MOV, this exhibition features an unparalleled collection of Haida art boasting more than 450 works created as early as 1890. Local Haida Artists will share their insights and knowledge about the art pieces, providing visitors with the opportunity to experience a powerful way to engage with the worldview and sensibility of the Haida people while gaining appreciation for the role museums can play in the reconciliation movement. For more info, visit museumofvancouver.ca

4 Story Time & Craft - Abbotsford

3122 Mt Lehman Rd
Abbotsford, British Columbia
v2t 0c5
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Daily from janvier 2, 2018 to décembre 18, 2018

Join master storytellers from Play Abby on a themed and interactive journey of crafts and fun with your little ones. Story Time & Craft runs every Tuesday inside Marshalls Lobby on the Podium Level from 9:30 - 10:30am. Free event. For more information, please visit Guest Services or call 604.381.3934

5 Little Treasures - Enderby

907 Belvedere St
Enderby, British Columbia
V0E 1V0
Toll-free
Phone778-443-0529

Daily from décembre 3, 2015 to décembre 24, 2024

We exhibit paintings, woodwork, pottery, stained glass, jewelry as well as felted work and the list goes on. Along with 22 gallery artists, we have 6 artists who sell their work on consignment and over 50 Associate members who support the Arts in Enderby through their annual membership of $20. Courtyard Gallery committees keep the gallery looking fresh and interesting with ever changing artwork and the occasional new artist/artisan. Annually, Courtyard Gallery hosts a student's exhibition and an Open Exhibition in January. Recently, we have started offering workshops by our gallery artists as well as visiting artists from up and down the Okanagan. We also participate in the Enderby Arts Festival held every July in Enderby.

6 Creston Museum History About Town - Creston

219 Devon St
Creston, British Columbia
V0B 1G3
Toll-free
Phone250-428-9262

Daily from juin 25, 2018 to juin 30, 2018

The Creston Museum is not the only place you'll find local history - it's everywhere! Join us during the last week of June for "History About Town" - our staff (and some visitors from Creston's past) will show you the stories and the histories that are all around us. We are preparing a schedule of guided walking tours of downtown, tours of Pioneer Cemetery, and maybe even a bus tour to some of the farther corners of the Creston Valley. Monday to Saturday, June 25-30. Visit our website for times and details!

7 Parksville Beach Festival - Parksville

141 East Island Highway
Parksville, British Columbia
V9P 2G3
Toll-free
Phone250-951-2678

Daily from juillet 13, 2018 to août 19, 2018

The Quality Foods sand sculpting competition begins with the "pound up" on Thursday July 12th and the winners are announced on Sunday July 15th. The gated exhibition is open to the public from July 13th (2 pm) until August 19th (9 pm). Voting for the ever popular "People's Choice Award" begins after judging has been completed. Be sure to bring your camera to this amazing event because once the exhibition is over the sculptures are gone forever. And don't forget to bring your own buckets and shovels as you and your family are sure to be inspired to create a little sandcastle magic of your own after viewing the sand sculptures. $3 Suggested Donation

8 Plein Air Painting Festival at Kilby - Harrison Mills

215 Kilby Road
Harrison Mills, British Columbia
V0M 1L0
Toll-free
Phone604-796-9576

Daily from août 17, 2018 to août 19, 2018

Don't miss Kilby's fourth annual "In the Open Air" painting festival! Come and see the competitors as their paintings develop! Winners will be announced at the festival dinner on Sunday which is open to the public by reservation. The restaurant feature on Sunday is our tradition Roast Beef which includes homemade Yorkshire pudding, gravy and seasonal vegetables. Want to participate as a painter at the festival? All skill levels are welcome. Call us for info. Deadline to enter is August 13, 2018! Come rain or shine, up to fifty participating artists from across the Lower mainland will be painting around the Historic Site. Artists will capture historic vistas, 1920s farm equipment, lush gardens & orchards, delightful farm animals, and surrounding mountains of our beautiful region.

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