Craft Council of BC presents: The 2018 Art of Craft Lectures provides lovers of fashion, art jewellery and those who see their bodies as a canvas for self-expression with an opportunity to explore the art jewellery scene in Canada today.
The first lecture features, Seattle artist, Andy Cooperman. Cooperman is a metalsmith, educator, and writer that works from his Seattle studio where he builds jewellery and objects for exhibitions and private clients. His work and writing have appeared in blogs, magazines and books, including Humor in Craft, Art Jewelry Today (I, II & III) and The Penland Book of Jewelry and is held in private and public collections such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, Central College in Pella Iowa, and the Tacoma Art Museum.
Adjacent to the Orpheum, the appropriately named Annex is a spunky, cabaret-style venue equally suited for dance and musical performances as receptions and rehearsals. The space is easily converted from flat-floor to a tiered theatre space with 193 seats and is expertly equipped to accommodate a range of sound and light options.Explore This Venue
The Craft Council of BC presents lectures that explore the art jewellery scene today. Meet the engaging artist Bridget Catchpole.MAY 7
The Craft Council of BC presents lectures that explore the art jewellery scene today. Award-winning jewellery artist Pamela Ritchie talks about her process.MAY 14