Sunshine Coast Canada
Arts, Heritage + Culture
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Indigo Open Studio

Join me as we explore a variety of Shibori patterns to tie, sew, fold + clamp fabric to create beautiful prints on cloth and then dye in indigo. Limited space, indoor/outdoor activity.
Please feel free to bring one or two small items to dye or I will have some pieces available for sale.
$40 plus materials.
I am proposing 2 dates, and if one gets more interest I will cancel the other.
Friday, February 3rd 3-5 pm or Saturday, February 4 1-3 pm
Please message me at wolfpups.studio@gmail.com for registration! Looking forward to playing with you!

Slow Fashion + Climate Action

Ages 16-24. Join us for a morning of discussion about slow fashion + Climate Action. We want to hear your ideas about how to connect you with passionate professionals on the Sunshine Coast. Snacks & drinks provided.

PR – Altered Couture – Loving What You Have

Feb 1 & 8. An engaging evening of inspiration and design strategies for keeping your ‘old favs’ in fashion-circulation. Bring a couple of garments or vintage linens, fabric that are in need of a new look. The goal is to put our collective inspiration and experience together to envision, recreate, recombine and let the ideas flow.

Pre-registration required at eunoia in Townsite Market – Open 11am-4pm, Thursday to Saturday.

PR – Needle Felting for Surface Design and Mending

Learn the secrets for embellishing/or mending wool garments, such as mittens, bags or sweaters. As long as its wool, you can create your own one-of-a-akind designs using a variety of needle felting techniques and tools.

Instructors – Diana Roxburgh & Shaunalee Yates

$35 (plus supply fee $12) or bring your own supplies

Pre-registration required at eunoia in Townsite Market – Open 11am-4pm, Thursday to Saturday.

PR – eunoia fibre studio & gallery 4th Anniversary Celebration

Dec 9, 11am-7pm; Dec 10, 11am-5pm. Come meet Noella! Shop our unique, creative designs and fashions from earth-conscious designers, while enjoying a warm cider, festive music and treats. Just our way of saying thank you… and giving back to our greater community.

PR – eunoia fibre studio & gallery 4th Anniversary Celebration

Dec 9, 11am-7pm; Dec 10, 11am-5pm. Come meet Noella! Shop our unique, creative designs and fashions from earth-conscious designers, while enjoying a warm cider, festive music and treats. Just our way of saying thank you… and giving back to our greater community.

Intro to Collage with monoprinted papers with Artist Jennifer Love

May 13 and 14
Time: 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Price: $200.00 + Supplies

Monoprint on paper using a gel plate, including using prints of your own photos or drawings for resist/transfer prints.

These papers will then be employed on the second dayto compose abstract collages. You will complete the workshop with several one-of-a kind art cards and the beginnings of a larger collage

Instagram: @jenniferannelove65

Mending Matters Drop-in Workshop with Catherine Nicholls

September 18; October 16; November 27

Sundays, 1-4pm, in the gallery

FREE

Join us for this monthly drop-in session, exploring visible mending techniques with instructor Catherine Nicholls.

Mending can be so much more than just patching a hole! Mending Matters will introduce participants to the simple, practical skills required to repair textiles and how to turn those simple stitches into an art form that is both decorative and functional. Participants are encouraged to bring along a favourite clean piece of clothing or household textile they would like to mend.

Mending Matters Drop-in Workshop with Catherine Nicholls

September 18; October 16; November 27

Sundays, 1-4pm, in the gallery

FREE

Join us for this monthly drop-in session, exploring visible mending techniques with instructor Catherine Nicholls.

Mending can be so much more than just patching a hole! Mending Matters will introduce participants to the simple, practical skills required to repair textiles and how to turn those simple stitches into an art form that is both decorative and functional. Participants are encouraged to bring along a favourite clean piece of clothing or household textile they would like to mend.

Mending Matters Drop-in Workshop with Catherine Nicholls

September 18; October 16; November 27

Sundays, 1-4pm, in the gallery

FREE

Join us for this monthly drop-in session, exploring visible mending techniques with instructor Catherine Nicholls.

Mending can be so much more than just patching a hole! Mending Matters will introduce participants to the simple, practical skills required to repair textiles and how to turn those simple stitches into an art form that is both decorative and functional. Participants are encouraged to bring along a favourite clean piece of clothing or household textile they would like to mend.

Hackett Park Artisan Fair

The Hackett Park Artisan Fair is an annual gathering of local and regional vendors. The Fair has been an annual tradition on the Coast for 34 years, and attracts close to 5000 visitors seeking to discover the creations of artisans who are jury selected based on talent, originality, and the unique items they have to offer for sale. In keeping with our ongoing tradition, the fair will coincide with the popular Festival of the Written Arts (August 11th-14th, 2022, celebrating 40 years!)
This year’s Fair will take place in the lower field of Hackett Park and at the Arts Centre.
We will have live musicians in Hackett Park’s new amphitheatre and fun activities at the Arts Centre. There will be a large variety of artisans, artists, entertainers, and food vendors!
Entrance by donation!

Hackett Park Artisan Fair

The Hackett Park Artisan Fair is an annual gathering of local and regional vendors. The Fair has been an annual tradition on the Coast for 34 years, and attracts close to 5000 visitors seeking to discover the creations of artisans who are jury selected based on talent, originality, and the unique items they have to offer for sale. In keeping with our ongoing tradition, the fair will coincide with the popular Festival of the Written Arts (August 11th-14th, 2022, celebrating 40 years!)
This year’s Fair will take place in the lower field of Hackett Park and at the Arts Centre.
We will have live musicians in Hackett Park’s new amphitheatre and fun activities at the Arts Centre. There will be a large variety of artisans, artists, entertainers, and food vendors!
Entrance by donation!

Kids Camps: Exploring Textiles

July 18– 20, 2022 | Monday – Wednesday; 10 – 3pm

Ages: 8-13, Max 12 participants

Instructor: Natalie Grambow

Cost: $140/$180 (Member/Non-Member)

This year we are delighted to offer 3 kid’s summer workshops, each combining art making with outdoor exploration.  In the morning participants learn to weave, collage or paint led by a senior artist/teacher. In the afternoon, walks and discussions take over as we explore natural spaces near the Art Centre. Workshops run 10:00 – 3:00 each day, with a break provided for lunch. Participants must bring their own lunch, a water bottle and a mask if needed for any indoor activities.

Kids Camps: Exploring Textiles

July 18– 20, 2022 | Monday – Wednesday; 10 – 3pm

Ages: 8-13, Max 12 participants

Instructor: Natalie Grambow

Cost: $140/$180 (Member/Non-Member)

This year we are delighted to offer 3 kid’s summer workshops, each combining art making with outdoor exploration.  In the morning participants learn to weave, collage or paint led by a senior artist/teacher. In the afternoon, walks and discussions take over as we explore natural spaces near the Art Centre. Workshops run 10:00 – 3:00 each day, with a break provided for lunch. Participants must bring their own lunch, a water bottle and a mask if needed for any indoor activities.

Kids Camps: Exploring Textiles

July 18– 20, 2022 | Monday – Wednesday; 10 – 3pm

Ages: 8-13, Max 12 participants

Instructor: Natalie Grambow

Cost: $140/$180 (Member/Non-Member)

This year we are delighted to offer 3 kid’s summer workshops, each combining art making with outdoor exploration.  In the morning participants learn to weave, collage or paint led by a senior artist/teacher. In the afternoon, walks and discussions take over as we explore natural spaces near the Art Centre. Workshops run 10:00 – 3:00 each day, with a break provided for lunch. Participants must bring their own lunch, a water bottle and a mask if needed for any indoor activities.

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