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A fun interactive evening where up to three artists are invited to give presentations exploring their unique career paths within the craft sector. If you'd like to be a presenter please indicate your interest by checking off this choice.
Crafted Interiors is a 5-day Crafted Vancouver hosted exhibition designed to inspire and promote the use of beautiful handcrafted work and furniture as objects for everyday use in the home. The event takes place at The Pipeshop in the Shipyards District of North Vancouver.
Local and international handcrafted work made with skill and expertise are experienced through a series of arranged room vignettes within the Pipeshop exhibition space styled by Interior Designer Suzanne Ward.
The Crafted Work Everywhere window installation programme is a new initiative for Crafted Vancouver 2020. Pairing craft-based work and installations within interesting and often unexpected window space locations throughout Metro Vancouver, we engage with the public on a larger scale, inviting closer inspection and appreciation of work at eye-level and around the clock
Crafted in the City shines a spotlight on the best craft-based work at the retail level the city has to offer. Putting craftsmanship on display in Vancouver during the 25-day festival, these shops, showrooms and luxury brands aim to give a broader audience a greater understanding of the craft behind their goods.
Hosting physical displays or featuring local, national and international artisans performing live demonstrations, workshops, exhibitions, talks, special evening events & more, Crafted in the City give audiences the opportunity to witness the creativity and fine craftsmanship that goes into each creation.
Crafted in the Valley is a day-long Crafted Vancouver hosted private bus tour that includes up to three stops in the Fraser Valley area to visit artisan studios. Lunch and snacks are provided and some of the stops may include a workshop component.
The Crafted Vancouver fashion show and fashion retail event is a celebration of fashion art and craft taking place at VanDusen Botanical Garden on Friday, May 15, 2020. Curated by Katelyn Woodburn of Street and Saddle and fashion merchandizer Shane Yu, local and international designers are showcased in a runway show, with the botanical garden in full bloom as the backdrop. From Vancouver to Mexico and Australia, see traditional craftsmanship and contemporary fashion harmonize. The craftspeople bring a diverse range of artistic voices, with a mix of emerging and established designers.
In partnership with the Made from Scraps initiative spearheaded by Patrick Christie, each designer will also create one look crafted entirely from discarded fabrics. These pieces will be available for purchase, with half of the proceeds funding a design student scholarship.
Afterwards, we invite show attendees to enjoy a shopping experience of apparel, accessories and jewellery curated by Shane Yu.
Observers are invited to pull up a chair and join up to 10 tables during the day. Each table will host a master craft maker trading skills, knowledge and creative wisdom. Select tables may offer a chance to try hand working with a broad range of materials. Here is an opportunity for visitors to rendezvous and ask questions, learn, network and come away feeling inspired. This is an up-close, intimate experience with the opportunity to witness the skill and dedication that goes into each artisan’s unique work.
Visitors are encouraged to visit several tables over the course of each session. Individual makers may offer a selection of their work for sale.
REEL Crafted is the only film festival dedicated to craft and craft-based work in North America and features an eclectic collection of short films from around the world exploring craftsmanship and craft-based work.
“Spotlight On…” is a Crafted Vancouver Signature Event featuring a series of workshops, talks and cultural events highlighting contemporary and traditional craft from a different part of the world each year. This year we invite skilled craftspeople from Australia to apply to participate in a unique exchange of culture and tradition with craft taking centre stage.
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