About this Event
Celebrate BC Culture Days at Precipice by creating your very own clay creation inspired by the natural world. Clare Wilkening, a local ceramics artist with work featuring in the exhibition, will guide you through the hands-on workshop as you learn the techniques and processes behind working with clay.
Precipice: Changing the Course of the Extinction Crisis in BC
Precipice is an art exhibition that tells stories of biodiversity loss and hope in British Columbia. Working in mixed mediums, seven BC-based artists will compel you to mourn, understand and ultimately protect the lands and waters of Canada’s most biodiverse province.
Celebrate BC Culture Days at Precipice on September 23 by creating your very own clay creation inspired by the natural world.
This is a beginner-friendly workshop. No previous artistic experience is required. We recommend wearing clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty and are easy to wash.
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From September 15-23, Precipice is a public exhibit and gathering place where artists, biologists and activists will teach, play and host conversations about biodiversity with the community.
Precipice features work by Cherry Archer, Nell Burns, Adea Chung, Grace Lee, Jessie Recalma, Sarah Ronald, and Clare Wilkening and is curated by Rachael Ashe.
Learn more about special programming and events during the exhibition at: OnThePrecipice.ca
Precipice: Changing the Course of the Extinction Crisis in BC is presented by Canadian Parks and Wilderness Society - British Columbia ().
Alternatives Gallery and Studio is situated on the traditional, ancestral and unceded territories of the xwmə0–kwəy’əm (Musqueam), Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish) and səl̓ilwətaɁɬ (Tsleil-Waututh); where diversity, local art and culture are celebrated, strengthening our community.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
Alternatives Gallery and Studio, 1659 Venables Street, Vancouver, Canada