Update from Fredericton: March 11th, 2010
Don't miss your chance to see this triptych of contemporary
craft exhibitions which features the Canadian Crafts Federation's Unity & Diversity: Selected Works, alongside two of our partner organizations' exhibitions, By Hand (work
by craft artists from British Columbia and the Yukon, organized by the Craft Council of British Columbia) and Moments
In Between (work by Korean craft artists organized by the Cheongju International Craft Biennale and the Korean Craft Promotion Foundation).
The Art of Craft exhibition combines these three shows which feature concept, material and functionality at their best.
If you cannot make it to
there are other ways to experience the show. Brand new catalogs have been
produced for all three of the Art of Craft
exhibitions, available for sale on site at the Museum and through the
Craft Council of British Columbia. A touring schedule of the Selected Works
of Unity & Diversity is being
compiled as other venues in
are confirmed – watch for more information about another location near you.
exhibition was made possible through the support of the Canada Council
for the Arts, VANOC, the Ontario Arts Council, the Alberta Foundation
for the Arts, the Saskatchewan Arts Board and other funding bodies. The image above is a view into the Selected Works of Unity & Diversity, featuring a large textile costume by Manitoba artist, Teresa Burrows titled, Rupertsland Regalia: The sul(fur) queen.