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    On May 25th and 26th, 2019, come discover some of South Vancouver Island’s finest artists during the 2019 Hills to Shore studio tour. 15 emerging and well established artists from Gordon Head, Cadboro Bay and Mt Tolmie will be displaying their work in their studios, homes and gardens. This year, Hills to Shore will showcase fibre and fabric artists, jewelers, painters, photographers, potters and sculptors. This is the perfect opportunity to find something special for yourself or your loved ones! The self-guided tour will take place on May 25th and 26th, 2019, from 11 am to 4 pm, rain or shine. Free admission. Maps, brochures and further information is available on at https://hillstoshoreartists.ca/ as well as at many local merchants in Cadboro Bay, Gordon Head and Mt. Tolmie areas. We look forward to seeing you there!
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    The Mabinogion is a pinnacle of Celtic storytelling and like all great epics it continues to resonate with us today. In his telling of White Raven and the Goddess accomplished storyteller Hugh Cotton will guide us through a world of magic, seduction and violence; a place where the boundary between our world and the Otherworld is fluid and permeable, and little is what it seems. Hosted by Victoria Storyteller's Guild
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    shape/colour/form Winchester Galleries: January 16 - February 2, 2019 Opening reception: Saturday, January 19, 2:00 - 4:00 pm. Brent Jarvis, piano; Ross Macdonald, bass the new year commences not with a whimper but with a clear, strong call to art please join us in january as we present the best of shape/colour/form in all its glory shape emanates from the elegant lines of a Picasso etching colour is created by the deliberate layering of opaque and transparent pigment on a McEwen canvas form is a focussed aerial view of irrigation tracks molded from steel by Robert Murray and there will be so many more revelations throughout to lead us gladly/hopefully/excitedly into a bold new year at Winchester Galleries Winchester Galleries Ltd.2260 Oak Bay AvenueVictoria, British ColumbiaV8R 1G7250-595-2777Tuesday - Friday: 10 am - 4 pmSaturday: 11 am - 5 pm www.winchestergalleriesltd.com
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    Cedar Hill Studio artists invite you to our popular Early Bird Holiday Market. Our annual sale features locally made pottery, art, crafts, jewellery and more! Timed perfectly for the holidays! Free admission! Free Parking!
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    Oh the Places We’ve Been, shares the painting adventures of Deborah Czernecky, Sharlene Stushnov-Lee, and Marcela Strasdas and it will transport you to places near and far. These three amigas are sharing their memories, laughs, and travels in a new body of work. Come meet the artists on Sunday September 16! Be part of an informal lecture about these experiences. Lecture: Sunday Sep. 16, 1:00 to 2:00 pm, Meet the Artists Reception: Sunday Sep. 16, 2:00 to 4:00 Coast Collective is open Wednesday to Sunday, 11:00 to 5:00. More Information: www.marcelastrasdas.com
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    Skimming the Water: Paddle Exhibition Alcheringa Gallery In an artistic context, Northwest Coast paddles have evolved from tradition and function into a method for artists to interpret their style onto a truly unique ‘canvas’. This exhibition pairs emerging artists alongside renowned artists, in an attempt to examine the contemporary art form. At Alcheringa Gallery on Fort Street. http://www.alcheringa-gallery.com
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    6 Great Local Artists showing their fantastic art at Art In The Barn Gallery Special Guest Wendy Page showcases her spectacular illustration paintings– artistic woodcarvings by Merlayna Snyder – fabulous wildlife and nature paintings by Jacqui Austin – whimsical paintings by Lenaya Chrystall – beautiful organic pottery by Joy Finlay – creative showcase of Photography by Gabriel Taschereau. This is quality accessible art in a comfortable laidback horse barn converted into an art gallery. It has been praised by many patrons and artisan alike. A must see. The gallery is close to restaurants and has free parking and no admission fees. Watch artist demos – tour a working artist studio – see over 100 works including originals, limited edition prints. We constantly change our display and showcase guest artists. REALISTIC AND ACCESSIBLE ART. Open Thursday to Sunday 10am to 4pm.
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    In partnership with Canadian Art and to celebrate the launch of its spring issue “Dirty Words,” Open Space will host Divya Mehra and Amy Fung to present Difficult People on Thursday 22 March at 7:30 p.m. As a public experiment and ongoing private conversation, Difficult People consists of artist Divya Mehra (Scorpio) and writer Amy Fung (Scorpio) tracing their respective, and at times, overlapping experiences of living and working in the Canadian Prairies. Mehra’s performative lecture explores memory, race, death, and the service industry in a series of non-linear short stories and poetics. The performance, as well as her overall practice, asks “how do we exist within the crushing indifference of our day to day?” Sharing similar intentions of re-examining the mundane violence of white supremacy, Fung will be reading an excerpt from a new work in progress, Before I was a critic, I was a human being.
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