CRAFTED Show + Sale
Friday, November 6, 2015 from 12pm to 9pm Saturday, November 7, 2015 from 11am to 5pm
1 venue • 2 days • 3 organizations • 4 floors • 5 workshops • 50 artists
In celebration of Craft Year 2015, the WAG, Manitoba Craft Council, and Nunavut Arts and Crafts Association are thrilled to invite you to the first-ever juried craft show at the WAG! CRAFTED will present unique handmade work by 50 outstanding craft artists from Manitoba and Nunavut. All four floors of the WAG will be bustling with craft activity from displays to sales opportunities to workshops.
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DAILY ADMISSION $5 • Children under 12 are free • Purchase at the door (300 Memorial Boulevard) • For parking information, click here
Registration is now closed. Prices include cost of supplies.
Block Printing • SOLD OUT • Friday, Nov 6, 11am-2pm • $65 • Make your own greeting cards and colourful prints! This workshop with artist Carmela Wade is the perfect introduction to the beauty of mark making and block printing.
The Art of Book Making • Friday, Nov 6, 2:30-5:30pm • $60 • Learn how to bind books with hand-decorated papers. Artist Janet Carroll will lead you through an exploration of book assembly. Get a sneak peek here.
Doll Design • Friday, Nov 6, 6-9pm • $70 • Discover the creative world of doll making with artist Melanie Wesley. Use ready-made parts to fabricate a button-jointed doll. Style and embellish to make it your own. Ages 12 and up. Basic sewing skills required. Get a sneak peek here.
Needle Felted Bracelets • SOLD OUT • Saturday, Nov 7, 11am-2pm • $80 • Artist Cathy Sutton combines the art of wool felting and metal work. Learn the basics of needle felting and jewellery design, and construct a textile bracelet with silver details. Please bring scissors.
DIY Purses • SOLD OUT • Saturday, Nov 7, 2:30-5:30pm • $60 • Design and make your very own leather purse with artist Gloria Beckman. Get step-by-step instructions on pattern making, leather cutting, braiding, and sewing. Please bring thimble.
Adina Tarralik Duffy, Aeliosdesign, Alexandra Tumanov, Angela Sawatzky, Anne Fallis Elliott, Brook Drabot, Carson Hill, Cathie Ugrin, Cathy Sutton, Celia Guilford, CJ Tennant, Crystal Nykoluk, Daria Tittenberger, Dawn M Teasdale, Debra Plett, Emily Hebert, Faith Kreelak, Gaetanne Sylvester, Grace Han, Janet Carroll, Jerry Ell, Johanna Brierley, Jolanta Sokalska, June Derksen, Kami Goertz, Karen Hare, Kathryne Koop, Keeks Paper Co., Keith Oliver, Kelli Rey, Kelly Ruth, Kevin Conlin, Kristie Joy, Lily Rosenberg, Marianne Gopalkrishna, Melanie Wesley, Mimi Mirus, Paul Malliki, Peter Tittenberger, PJ Anderson, Rachael Kroeker, Red River Canoe, Roy Liang, Shona Rae, Sonja Rosenberg, Tesh Kosowan, Valerie Metcalfe, Victoria Kakuktinniq, Wendy Lee.
Joyce Berry, Hennie Corrin (Co-Chairs); Jan Bones, Lila Goodspeed, Betty-Ann Hershfield, Terèsa Lee, Elaine Margolis, Karen Menkis, Esme Scarlett, CJ Tennant, Adele Wortzman; Rowena House (NACA), Doren Roberts (WAG), Judy Slivinski (WAG), Tammy Sutherland (MCC), Sherri Van Went (WAG) (Advisory & Staff).
We are grateful to the following sponsors/donors: Mary Lou Albrechtsen, Ten Spa, Winnipeg Free Press, Jean P. Carter and Richard Riess, Ruth Hastings, SC Media, Scootaround Inc., Mitchell Fabrics Ltd., Anonymous, Daniel Friedman and Rob Dalgliesh, Barry and Carol McArton, Shana Menkis, Michael Nesbitt, Marlene Stern and Peter Rae, Interior Illusions, Ram Wools Yarn Co-op, Crazy in Love Photography, Artists Emporium, Ayoko Magazine, National Leasing, PLANTZ, SPR Quality Design and Installations, These Four Walls, Academy Optical, Boston Pizza, European Shoe Shop, Girl Candy Shop, Hat Trick, The Heights Salon, Really Great Things - Shelley Tadman, Freig & Associates, Maxa and Cliff Chisick, Kimberley Enright, Arlene Fages, Susan Feldman, James Gibbs, Barbara Goldberg, Percy and Elaine Goldberg, Dana and Peter Jessiman, Maria Lee, Terèsa Lee, Elaine and Neil Margolis, Dave McIsaac, Judy Murray, Keith Oliver, Susan and Gordon Pollard, The Honourable Mira Spivak, Patricia and Maurice Steele, Arlene Wilson, Alex and Harriet Zimmer.
YARN STORM PROJECT
CRAFTED is partnering with Chase the Chill in Winnipeg to yarn storm or graffiti-knit part of the WAG. After the event, scarves will be distributed to shelters in Winnipeg. Special thanks to Wolseley Wool and Ram Wools.
ABOUT CHASE THE CHILL IN WINNIPEG
Chase the Chill in Winnipeg is a philanthropic initiative which makes scarves so those in need- regardless of income and without qualifiers – can help themselves. The endeavor combines art, charity and yarn bombing. Its mission is to celebrate the art and beauty of knitting and crocheting, to build community relationships, to generate positive interest in specific venues and, ultimately, to share with others.
Questions? Contact email@example.com