Posts tagged with "culturecrawl"



19. November 2019
TOODLEBUNNY jewelry at studio 204 - 1000 Parker st for the Eastside Culture Crawl in Vancouver BC
28. October 2019
JOIN US FOR THE CULTURE CRAWL'S 2019 INDUSTRY PREVIEW NIGHT ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH FROM 4-7PM. This invite-only event is an opportunity for industry professionals from the architecture, art, design and film industries to get an exclusive, sneak peak of over 80 participating Crawl studios without the crowds. Please note not all regular Crawl studios are participating, but all the members of my studio at 204-1000 Parker will be in attendance for the evening. Come by and say hi or see you...
30. October 2018
Want to see where the jewelry magic happens? Then you must come to the Eastside Culture Crawl !! This amazing annual event is celebrating its 21st year with over 500 participating artists. This is a FREE event and the one time where you can tour each artists work spaces as well as support your local art community. Studio 204 - 1000 Parker features the work of: Kari Kristensen - Printmaker Kris Brown Lee - Artist Ideet Sharon - Artist Jacqui Kerr - Jewelry Michael Soltis - Artist Trudy Wynans -...
16. November 2017
I'm ready for you! Here's a peek of one corner of my studio, you'll have to come in person to see all the gems! Studio 204 - 1000 Parker St, Vancouver NOVEMBER 16-19, 2017 Thurs & Fri .... 5pm-10pm Sat & Sun ......11am-6pm
31. October 2017
"The ECCS hosts an annual 4-day visual arts festival the "Culture Crawl" in November that involves artists on Vancouver's Eastside opening their studio to the public. The event is focused on the area bounded by Columbia St, 1st Ave, Victoria Drive, and the Waterfront and involves painters, jewelers, sculptors, furniture makers, weavers, potters, printmakers, photographers, glassblowers; from emerging artists to those internationally established." -- via culturecrawl.ca
08. November 2016
A four-day visual arts, design and crafts festival receiving more than 25,000 visitors to 475+ artists in their studios across 78 buildings in the area bounded by Columbia Street, 1st Avenue, Victoria Drive and the waterfront in Vancouver, Canada.