Monday, September 03, 2007
Moving Beyond: Vancouver textile show a juried exhibition
Vancouver's Surface Design Association presents its first juried exhibition, Moving Beyond. The show runs Sept. 6-27, 2007.
Venues include five locations in Gastown and Granville Island: Urbanity, Button Button, SAWA Tea & Craft, Textile Content Studio and Mooncruise. The exhibition showcases diverse, original and innovative textile art by BC members of the SDA.
Participating in the exhibition are Angelika Werth, Anne Marie Andrishak, Brigitte Rice, Cher Cartwright, Hanna Haapasalo, Jane Kenyon, Jennifer Love, Julia Manitius, Kaija Rautiainen, Kate Barber, Kristin Rohr, Melissa Bienvenue Woods and Yvonne Wakabayashi.
A roving reception will be held Friday, Sept. 6, from 6-9 PM at the five venues. The #50 False Creek bus runs frequently between Gastown and Granville Island.
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