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LGBTQ2+ Group Show
Date(s):  Thursday, May 30, 2019 - Sunday, June 30, 2019 
Location:Doris Crowston Gallery, SC Arts Centre, 5714 Medusa St., Sechelt
Presented By:Sunshine Coast Arts Council
Cost:na
Contact:Andrea Dancer
Phone:604-885.5412
Email:info@sunshinecoastartscouncil.com
Web Link:http://sunshinecoastartscouncil.com
All That We Are is an exhibition of the works of six LGBTQ2+ artists who live and work on the Sunshine Coast. The exhibition includes a wonderful range of sculpture, installation, painting, drawing, assemblage and ceramic works, each raising questions about freedom, identity and acceptance in our contemporary moment. As LGBTQ2+ people, from where do we draw our strength in the face of adversity? What does it mean to be “queer,” and why is our identity so important to us that we are willing to risk potential harm to be and express who we are? What else are we willing to risk to live an authentic life? Is the freedom and acceptance that comes from living an openly gay life really matter when there is more to our identity than just being “queer?” The exhibition All That We Are will try to answer these questions as we collectively examine the very human process of finding the strength to be and express who we truly are and live lives free from fear and constraint.

'The Indigenous Archival Photo Project' and 'Artie George'
Date(s):  Thursday, June 06, 2019 - Sunday, July 07, 2019 
Time:11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Location:Gibsons Public Art Gallery
Presented By:Gibsons Public Art Gallery
Cost:admission free
Contact:Michael Aze
Phone:604.886.0531
Email:info@gpag.ca
Web Link:http://www.gpag.ca
Paul Seesequasis's Indigenous Archival Photo Project' and 'Artie George: Carver of Fine Detail'. Opening reception: Saturday June 8, 2-4pm

Art Exhibit: Julia Dodge / Justen Zacharias
Date(s):  Tuesday, June 11, 2019 - Friday, August 16, 2019 
Location:Gibsons Public Market, 473 Gower Pt Rd
Cost:na
'Washed Up' by Julia Dodge and 'Early Morning Sechelt Pier' by Justen Zacarias.

Art Exhibit: Julia Dodge & Justen Zacharias
Date(s):  Tuesday, June 11, 2019 - Friday, August 16, 2019 
Location:Gibsons Public Market, 473 Gower Pt Rd
Cost:na
June 11 - Aug 16th.

"Conversations in White"
Date(s):  Saturday, June 29, 2019 - Sunday, August 11, 2019 
Time:2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location:FibreWorks Studio, 12887 SC Hwy, Madeira
Presented By:FibreWorks Studio & Gallery
Cost:free
Contact:Alexis Bach
Phone:604.883.2380
Email:fibreworksgallery@telus.net
Web Link:For more information about our exhibits this season
Alabaster, cream, eggshell, ivory, vanilla, fog, parchment, cloud, bone. . . Anyone confronted with choosing a white paint knows that white is rarely a pure thing. It is almost always imbued with colour of some kind. For artists, exploring the wide range of white while incorporating texture and pattern opens up a world of possibilities. In this exhibition of textile and fibre based art, members of the Sunshine Coast Surface Design Group embrace the fullness of WHITE in unique and surprising ways.

Harbour Gallery summer hours
Date(s):  Monday, July 01, 2019 - Monday, September 02, 2019 
Time:11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Location:Harbour Gallery, Madeira Park
Presented By:Harbour Gallery Artists
Cost:nil
Contact:Corinne Barber
Phone:604.798.6280
Email:corinnebarber005@gmail.com
To Sept 2nd. Open 7 days a week. Evolving works by local emerging and experienced artists. Located in the heart of Madeira Park.

'A Tangled Web'
Date(s):  Thursday, July 11, 2019 - Sunday, August 11, 2019 
Time:11:00 AM-4:00 PM
Location:Gibsons Public Art Gallery
Presented By:Gibsons Public Art Gallery
Cost:admission free
Contact:Michael Aze
Phone:604.886.0531
Email:info@gpag.ca
Web Link:http://www.gpag.ca
'A Tangled Web' new acrylics by Sandy Kay. Opening reception Saturday July 13 2pm-4pm

Inside Passage School of Fine Cabinetmaking Graduation Exhibition
Date(s):  Saturday, July 27, 2019 
Time:4:00 PM-6:00 PM
Location:Grove Front Gallery, 5455 Inlet Ave, Sechelt
Presented By:Inside Passage School/Grove Front Gallery
Cost:by donation
Tickets:Grove Front Gallery
Contact:Sabrina Wang
Phone:778.988.9608
Email:info@grovefront.com
Web Link:http://grovefront.com
Join us for the opening reception for our second graduation celebration at The Grove Front Gallery. We will be presenting the work of three of our most recent graduates of the Impractical cabinet Maker Program. Travis Gran of Missoula Montana, Ted Boey of Vancouver British Columbia and Benjamin Miscavage of Portland Oregon will be sharing their work with the public for the first time. Refreshments will be served.

"Exchanged"
Date(s):  Saturday, August 17, 2019 - Sunday, September 22, 2019 
Time:2:00 PM12:00 AM
Location:FibreWorks, 12887 SC Hwy
Presented By:FibreWorks Studio & Gallery
Cost:free
Contact:Alexis Bach
Phone:604.883.2380
Email:fibreworksgallery@telus.net
Web Link:For more information about our exhibits this season
This group came together to share ideas, imagination and skills related to digital textile work. While encouraging each other through support and inspiration, they push the boundaries of their own practice through experimentation. For this exhibition, each artist chose a personal photograph, “Exchanged” it with the group members and twenty-five inspired artworks resulted in five distinct interpretations of each photo. This exhibit showcases these pieces as well as selected works from the ongoing photographic explorations of the artists.

"bro•ken"
Date(s):  Saturday, September 28, 2019 - Monday, November 11, 2019 
Time:2:00 PM-5:00 PM
Location:FibreWorks 12887 SC Hwy, Madeira
Presented By:FibreWorks Studio & Gallery
Cost:free
Contact:Alexis Bach
Phone:604.883.2380
Email:fibreworksgallery@telus.net
Web Link:For more information about our exhibits this season
bro·ken . . . damaged or altered, disrupted by change. Imagine a work that lasts for centuries: it ages, it cracks, it may be broken and repaired but the makers vision remains. Imagine what we create now being used, breaking, being mended and repaired, lost and then returned as treasures found. Elizabeth Harris and Catherine Nicholls explore the process of deconstruction in a form of “time travel” with our newly made relics and discover the beauty in the bro·ken. As makers we would be content to see our work live on, in whole or in pieces.

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