7 Reasons to Check Out the Eastside Cultural Crawl

@genevievedionne


Vancouver's biggest and longest running annual art festival, The Eastside Culture Crawl is on this week from November 14-17 with 485 artists in 68 buildings. The annual 4-day visual arts festival involves artists on Vancouver's Eastside opening their studio to the public. The event is focused on the area bounded by Columbia St, 1st Ave, Victoria Drive, and the Waterfront and involves painters, jewellers, sculptors, furniture makers, weavers, potters, printmakers, photographers, glassblowers; from emerging artists to those internationally established. A perfect place to check out the thriving art scene and pick up some early gifts for the season. Click here to see the interactive map.


Here are a few reasons to check it out.





1. Genevieve Dionne
965 Vernon Drive
Ceramic artist, Genevieve Dionne will be showcasing some of her works which we've come to love on instagram.
@genevievedionne


@genevievedionne

@genevievedionne


2. Rebecca Chaperon
1861 Franklin Street
Large to medium paintings for sale as well as many small gift-y things like calendars.
@rebeccachaperon

@rebeccachaperon


3. Jen Clark
Studio 204, 1000 Parker Street
Beautiful work inspired by nature.
@jenclark.art

@jenclark.art
4. Tara Lee Bennett
Studio 204, 1000 Parker Street
Paper art sculptures
@tara.lee.bennett/

@tara.lee.bennett
5. Kari Kristensen
Studio 204, 1000 Parker Street
Contemporary Canadian printmaker
@theprintmakerandherdog

Kari Kristensen
6. Crissy Arseneau
Studio 204, 1000 Parker Street
Hand-painted paper sculpture and collage
@crissyarseneau

@crissyarseneau

7. Dahlhaus
975 Vernon Drive
@dahlhausart



What:  The Eastside Culture Crawl
When: November 14-17
Where: Click here to see the interactive map.


Jan Halvarson

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