Now accepting artistic entries

Rossland Council for Arts and Culture is accepting artistic entries for a two week craft exhibition Oct. 16 -30 at the Rossland Art Gallery.

The Rossland Council for Arts and Culture is accepting artistic entries for a two week craft exhibition Oct. 16 -30 at the Rossland Art Gallery.

This event will raise the profile of local craftspeople within our communities as part of the province-wide celebration of the BC Craft Council’s 40 year celebration.

A variety of different mediums will be showcased in the exhibition including fibre, metal, jewelry, wood, clay, glass, soap making and basket weaving and others.

Part of the two week celebrations will be workshops and demonstrations.

This event will:

• showcase local crafters and their works;

• celebrate and raise the profile of local craft and craftspeople in our community;

• provide learning experiences and inspirations to local craftspeople and the general public around craft;

• initiate collaborations between the different Lower Columbia crafts people.

Submission forms for artistic entries available on the RCAC website: www.rosslandcac.com.

 

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