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  JANUARY

  FEBRUARY

Fri, Feb 13, 8pm - FUNDRAISING AUCTION - Aexcess, Annual fundraising auction for Access Gallery. Admission: $10, free for Access members, students and contributing artists. For preview go to www.vaarc.ca or visit the gallery Feb 11-13 12-5pm. Phone 604-689-2907. Access Gallery, 206 Carrall St, Vancouver, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Feb 14, 2pm - ARTIST'S LECTURE - Paul Missal, artist and long--time Oregonian will give a lecture on Oregon's birthday. Several works by 20th century Oregon Modernist artists Charles Heaney, Louis Bunce and others will be analyzed and their significance discussed. Slides will be presented of other important works. For information phone 503-224-2634 or go to www.blackfish.com. Blackfish Gallery, 420 NW 9th Ave, Portland, OR. [Jan 09]

Sun, Feb 15, 2pm - EXHIBITION  WALK AND TALK - Trespassing - John Feodorov, Ranis S'eiltin, Ramon Murillo and Roxanne Chinook will lead a walk-through of their exhibit. Admission is free. For information phone 360-778-8930 or go to www.whatcommuseum.org. Takes place at the Whatcom Museum, 121 Prospect St, Bellingham, WA. [Jan 09]

Thurs, Feb 19, 7:30pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Canadian artist Robert Wise and Chris Leischner, Executive Director of P.E.E.R.S. discuss the collaborative process of designing The Office. For information phone (250)384-4101 or go to www.aggv.bc.ca. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1040 Moss St, Victoria, BC. [Feb 09]

Fri, Feb 20, 4pm - ARTIST'S LECTURE - Craft in the 21st Century: Directions and Displacements - Glenn Adamson, craft theorist, proposes that craft is not a subcategory of art, but rather its antithesis, challenging art's most fundamental values. Adamson will provide context for a range of visual practitioners including artists, designers, architects, historians and indie crafters. Takes place in Room 211 of the Lillis Business Complex. Admission is free. For information phone (503)222-2654 or go to www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org. University of Oregon, 211 Lillis, 955 E. 13th Ave, Eugene, OR. [Feb 09]

Fri, Feb 20, 6-7pm - MEET AND GREET - Chatter and Whir. Speakers Pierre Allard and Annie Roy founded ATSA in 1997 to create urban interventions, will present a 10 min video that describes "Etat d'urgence (State of Emergency)", a recurring event organized by ATSA, a refugee camp in the heart of downtown Montreal, in an attempt to address the impacts of homelessness and social isolation and are intended to create a sense of camaraderie and community. Cherise Clark will describe Gallery Gachet's mandate, basis of unity, programming highlights and approach and opportunities for members of the community to get involved. For information phone 604-687-2468 or go to www.gachet.org. Gallery Gachet, 88 E Cordova St, Vancouver, BC. [Feb 09]

Fri, Feb 20, 6:30pm - ARTIST'S LECTURE - Paul Casey, a working artist who specializes in commissioned forged and fabricated metalwork, will speak at Pratt at Tashiro Kaplan Studios, 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA. For information phone 206-328-2200 ext 228 or go to www.pratt.org. [Dec 08]

Fri, Feb 20, 8pm-12am - SILENT AUCTION - Fundraiser for the Stride Art Gallery Association, also launch of Jason de Haan's publication "Where the Ocean Meets this Guy!". Musical guests George Narwal and SeaVerse will perform at 9:30pm. For information phone (403)262-8507 or go to www.stride.ab.ca. The Stride Art Gallery Association, 1004 MacLeod Trail SE, Calgary, AB. [Feb 09]

Sat, Feb 21, 10am - ART SALE - Out of the Vault. A sale of works from The Collector's Gallery of Art from the storage vault and other estate pieces. For information phone (403)245-8300 or go to www.collectorsgalleryofart.com. Collector's Gallery, 1332 - 9th Ave SE, Calgary, AB. [Feb 09]

Sat, Feb 21, 2pm - ARTIST'S TALK/PERFORMANCE - Isabelle Pauwels will give a talk and performance on her exhibition B and E. For information phone 604-986-1351 or go to www.presentationhousegall.com. Presentation House Gallery, 333 Chesterfield Ave, North Vancouver, BC. [Jan 09]

Sat, Feb 21, 2:30pm - ARTIST'S LECTURE - Craft in the 21st Century: Directions and Displacements - Glenn Adamson travels from London to speak about current directions in the craft arena and his recent book "Thinking Through Craft". Dispensing with cliched arguments that craft is art, Adamson persuasively makes a case for defining craft in a more nuanced and provocative fashion. Admission $5, free for members and students with ID. For information phone 503-223-2654 or go to www.museumofcontemporarycraft.org. Takes place at White Stag Bldg, University of Oregon, 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR. [Dec 08]

Sat, Feb 21, 8pm - SILENT ART AUCTION & MUSIC - Get Caught in the Act. Event is 18+. Tickets: $8 Advance members, $10 Advance, $12 at the door. For information phone (780)423-5353 or go to www.latitude53.org. Latitude 53, 10248 - 106th St, Edmonton, AB. [Feb 09]

Wed, Feb 25, 6pm - CURATOR'S TALK - Dr. Afua Cooper, the Ruth Wynn Woodward Chair in the SFU Dept of Women's Studies will present a talk on the exhibition Black Communities in British Columbia, 1858-2008. Takes place at the SFU Vancouver Campus Room 1400. For information phone 778-782-4266 or go to www.gallery.sfu.ca. Teck Gallery, SFU Vancouver Campus, 515 W Hastings St, Vancouver, BC. [Feb 09]

Wed, Feb 25, 7pm - ARTISTS' LECTURE - Heather and Ivan Morison will speak on their installation which opens at Open Satellite. Lecture takes place at the Henry Art Gallery Auditorium. Admission is free. For information phone (206)543-2281 or go to www.henryart.org. Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, Faye G Allen Center for the Visual Arts, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, Seattle, WA. [Feb 09 ]

Thurs, Feb 26, 7:30pm - LECTURE - Forgoing Closure with Dr. Allan Antliff, History in Art, University of Victoria. For information phone (250)384-4101 or go to www.aggv.bc.ca. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1040 Moss St, Victoria, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Feb 28, 11am-4pm - ARTISTS' TALKS & DISCUSSION - Taking Pictures through Multiple Lenses: Photography in the Biennial. Four Biennial artists, Michael Kenna, Doug Keyes, Isaac Layman and Susan Seubert, will give overviews of their work and then come together for a discussion moderated by Rebecca Cummins, Associate Professor, Photography, University of Washington School of Art. Tickets: $10 includes museum admission, $5 Tacoma Art Museum members. For information phone (253)272-4258 or go to www.tacomaartmuseum.org. Tacoma Art Museum, 1701 Pacific Ave, Tacoma, WA. [Feb 09]

Sat, Feb 28, 12-5pm - CONVERSATIONS and PERFORMANCE - Sound Thinking 2009: Conversations on Audio Art - A series of presentations on the nature of hearing, making and transmitting sound by specialists in audio art, science and technology. Includes keynote by Heidi Grundmann and performance by Anna Friz. For information phone 604-501-5566 or go to www.arts.surrey.ca. Surrey Arts Centre/Surrey Art Gallery.

  MARCH

Sun, Mar 1, 2-3pm - LECTURE - Conversation with Roberley Bell from Batavia, NY. Takes place in the Museum of Glass Theatre and is included with Museum admission. For information phone 253-284-4750, 1-866-4MUSEUM or go to www.museumofglass.org. The Museum of Glass, 1801 Dock St, Tacoma, WA. [Nov 08]

Thurs, Mar 5, 7pm - CURATOR'S TALK - Deborah Thompson will speak on the exhibition SALT, which explores the relationship between matter and impermanence. Evening includes an installation/performance by Thomas Loh. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09]

Thurs, Mar 5, 7:30pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Canadian artist Andrea Walsh and community collaborators discuss her project SoundScape/SoundSites: Victoria. For information phone (250)384-4101 or go to www.aggv.bc.ca. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1040 Moss St, Victoria, BC. [Feb 09]

Fri, Mar 6, 10am - ARTIST'S TALK - Dead and Buried: The Cemetary at Woodlands, Michael de Courcy will speak on his exhibition. For information phone 604-527-5723 or go to www.douglascollege.ca/artscomm. Takes place in Room 1614, Amelia Douglas Gallery, Douglas College, 700 Royal Ave, New Westminster, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Mar 7, 1pm - WALK and TALK - Flicker of Life, Michiko Suzuki will lead a tour of her exhibition. Admission by donation. For information phone (250)493-2928 or go to www.galleries.bc.ca/agso. Penticton Art Gallery, 199 Marina Way, Penticton, BC. [Feb 09] 

Sat, Mar 7, 1:30-2pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Women Empowered, Phil Borges, photographer, will give a talk covering works included in his exhibition and his newest book of photography "Women Empowered: Inspiring Change in the Emerging World". Artist in attendance 1-3pm. For information phone 604-737-2629 or go to www.dianefarrisgallery.com. Diane Farris Gallery, 1590 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Mar 7, 2pm - GALLERY TALK - Donna Kovalenko, Frye Curator of Collections, will speak on The Munich Secession and America. Admission free, Tickets on space available basis one hour prior to event at the Frye Information Desk. For information go to www.fryemuseum.org. Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA. [Jan 09]

Sat, Mar 7, 6pm - GALA DINNER and AUCTION - The Western Front gala dinner and auction raises funds to help support its diverse programming and its continued efforts to foster a vibrant cultural scene in Vancouver. Purchase original works by renowned Canadian and international artists and see eclectic performances by local musicians and entertainers. Catalogue available online at www.front.bc.ca or view Mar 4 6-9pm at the Western Front. Tickets $130 includes a 3-course dinner, comp beverages, live entertainment, valet parking and a tax receipt for a portion of the ticket price. To purchase tickets or for information phone 604-876-9343. Western Front Society, 303 E 8th Ave, Vancouver, BC. [Feb 09]

Mon, Mar 9, 7:30pm - ARTIST'S PERFORMANCE - i am not me, the horse is not mine - William Kentidge - Reflects Kentridge's ongoing interest in the roots and trajectory of modernism: a mixture of the absurd, the self-reflective (and the "self-divided"}. Location TBA. Henry members $10, student/senior $12, general $15, tickets available at Brown Paper Tickets beginning Feb 9. For information phone 206-616-9894 or go to www.henryart.org. Henry Art Gallery, University of Washington, 15th Ave NE and NE 41st St, Seattle, WA. [Jan 09]

Thurs, Mar 12, 7:30pm - LECTURE - Darren O'Donnell, Canadian novelist, performance artist, playwright and director discuss the possibility of creating a socially engaged art practice. For information phone (250)384-4101 or go to www.aggv.bc.ca. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria, 1040 Moss St, Victoria, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Mar 14, 11am - ARTISTS' TALK - Mel Katz (aluminum sculpture) and Roll Hardy (paintings) will speak on their exhibition. For information phone (503)226-2754 or go to www.laurarusso.com. The Laura Russo Gallery, 805 NW 21st Ave, Portland, OR. [Feb 09]

Sat, Mar 14, 2pm - LECTURE - Kathleen Curran, Professor of Fine Arts, Trinity College, will speak on Munich: The "City of Art" and its Institutions 1825-1900. Admission free, Tickets on space available basis one hour prior to event at the Frye Information Desk. For information go to www.fryemuseum.org. Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA. [Jan 09]

Thurs, Mar 19, 7pm - LECTURE - Naomi Hume, Assistant Professor of Art History, Seattle University, will speak on Challenging the Canons of Modernist Art History: Why Look at German Impressionism? Admission free, Tickets on space available basis one hour prior to event at the Frye Information Desk. For information go to www.fryemuseum.org. Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA. [Jan 09]

Thurs, Mar 26, 7pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Julie Castonguay will speak on Impermanence in nature. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09] 

  APRIL

Thurs, Apr 2, 7pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Nicole Dextras will speak on The ephemeral in art. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09]

Fri, Apr 3, 6:30pm - ARTIST'S LECTURE - Pat Flynn, a goldsmith from High Falls, NY, will give a lecture which takes place in the Pratt Studios. He will be teaching an intensive workshop Apr 3-5 (see Workshops). For information phone (206)328-2200 ext 262 or go to www.pratt.org. Pratt Fine Arts Center, 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA. [Feb 09]

Sat, Apr 4, 2pm - GALLERY TALKJo-Anne Birnie Danzker, Frye Foundation Scholar, will speak on The Munich Secession and America. Admission free, Tickets on space available basis one hour prior to event at the Frye Information Desk. For information go to www.fryemuseum.org. Frye Art Museum, 704 Terry Ave, Seattle, WA. [Jan 09]

Thurs, Apr 16, 7pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Haruko Okano will speak on Community Art, the process and impact on community. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09] 

Sat, Apr 18, 1:30-3pm - ARTIST'S TALK - North Star: The Art of Lyle Wilson. Haisla artist Wilson will speak on his retrospective and the new artwork featured in this exhibition. For information phone 604-925-7295 or go to www.westvanmuseum.blogspot.com. West Vancouver Museum, 680 - 17th St, West Vancouver, BC. [Jan 09]

Fri, Apr 24, 6:30pm - ARTIST'S LECTURE - Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen who works in sculpted glass will give a lecture which takes place in the Pratt Studios. She will be teaching an intensive workshop Apr 23-26 (see Workshops). For information phone (206)328-2200 ext 262 or go to www.pratt.org. Pratt Fine Arts Center, 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA. [Feb 09] 

  MAY

Sat & Sun, May 2 & 3, 10am-5pm - VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE SCULPTURE - Visit Cannon Beach, Oregon, and cast your vote at sculpture sites for the "People's Choice" winning sculpture, which will then be on permanent display. For more information go to www.ci.cannon-beach.or.us/community/publicart.html. [Feb 08]

Sat, May 2, 7pm - FUNDRAISER - A Brush with Nature: An Evening with Artist Robert Bateman. Museum fundraiser with Robert Bateman at the retrospective exhibition of his artworks. For tickets and information phone (403)762-2291 ext 300 or go to www.whyte.org. Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies, 111 Bear St, Banff, AB. [Feb 09]

Sat, May 9, 2pm - ARTIST'S TALK - Victoria-based sound and multimedia artist Jamie Drouin discusses his site-specific project Placita | A Three Month Warm Up at Market Square. Takes place at Market Square, 560 Johnson St. For information phone (250)384-4101 or go to www.aggv.bc.ca. The Art Gallery of Greater Victoria. [Feb 09]

Sat, May 16, 5pm - ART AUCTION - Pratt Fine Arts Center's 27th Annual Fine Art Auction showcasing ore than 300 works of art by established and emerging artists. Preview online at www.pratt.org in Apr or view May 15 6-9pm free at Pratt Exposed: 2009 Fine Art Auction Exhibition. Phone (206)328-2200 ext 228. Tickets start at $200. Pratt Fine Arts Center, 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA. [Feb 09]

  JUNE

  JULY

  AUGUST

  SEPTEMBER

  OCTOBER

  NOVEMBER

  DECEMBER

  CALLS FOR SUBMISSIONS

The Port Angeles Fine Arts Center, Port Angeles, WA is seeking proposals for Season 10, to open in June, of Art Outside at Webster's Woods. Deadline: Apr 16/09. For information phone (360)457-3532 or go to www.pafac.org. [Feb 09]

CoCA (Center on Contemporary Art), Seattle, WA is looking for new works from artists and seeking proposals from independent curators and artists for art exhibits at its two galleries. For information and submission requirements go to www.cocaseattle.org. [Feb 09]

The Chilliwack Visual Artists Association invites artists to submit prints, DVD's or CD's of recent work in any medium for consideration in the 2010 Exhibition Year. All submissions will be juried, all work must be original and the artist's own creation. Deadline is June 30/09. Artists will be informed of the jury's decision before Sept 10/09. For information call 604-824-0563. To download the Application Form visit www.chilliwackvisualartists.ca and open the Call for Entries page. [Jan 09]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - ARTS 2009 - Arts Council of Surrey invites submissions for an annual juried art exhibition taking place at the Surrey Art Gallery Jun 20-Aug 30/09. For information and entry forms contact Arts Council of Surrey at 604-585-2787 or download from www.artscouncilofusurrey.ca. Deadline: May 22/09 4pm. [Dec 08]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - The 2009 Wearable Art Awards - The Port Moody Arts Centre Society invites local, Canadian and International artists of all mediums to submit evocative, imaginative and thought-provoking creations for the human body. The Wearable Art Awards consists of two events, the performance and the exhibition. Deadline: Mar 6/09. For information go to www.wearableartawards.com/call_for_entry.php. [Nov 08]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - Artisans and Crafters - the North Vancouver Community Arts Council is holding a jury Mar 26-27/09 for all of their 2009 Summer Craft Fairs. Jury fee is $10. All exhibitors must be members of the North Vancouver Community Arts Council. To book a jury appointment call 604-988-6844. Jury taking place at CityScape Community Art Space, 335 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC. [Nov 08]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - The Kootenay Gallery of Art, History and Science welcomes exhibition proposals from artists and curators. Proposals should include a one-page artist's statement or curatorial premise, CDs, DVDs, slides or photographs of proposed work or works-in-progress, indication of previous work with documentation of all images of works, previous exhibition catalogues, curatorial writing and recent exhibition reviews, an updated curriculum vitae and a self-addressed, stamped envelope (if you wish your materials to be returned). The gallery is divided into two exhibition areas. For further information contact 250-365-3337 or email info@kootenaygallery.com. [Apr 08]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - 4Culture & Public Art Calls List - A list compiled by Public Art 4Culture provides basic information about current Public Art Calls to Artists as well as current public art opportunities from fellow agencies. Please note: each Call may have specific eligibility requirements including geographic restrictions. Go to www.4culture.org [Feb 08]

SCULPTURE WITHOUT WALLS, organized by the City of Cannon Beach, Oregon, is an outdoor public art competition open to sculptors from Oregon, Washington, Montana, Idaho, British Columbia and Alaska. For information on the 2010-11 competition, contact Rich Mays, City Manager, 503-436-8050, mays@ci.cannon-beach.or.us. [Feb 08]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - Artist Trust post events occuring in Washington State that feature Artist Trust grant recipients and EDGE graduates. For information go to www.artisttrust.org. [May 08]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS - The WhiteHouse Backpacker Lodge in Nelson is inviting local artists looking for a space for exhibitions. Since participating in Artwalk as a gallery this summer, the WhiteHouse Backpacker Lodge has decided to become a gallery for local artists on an ongoing basis. Contact WhiteHouse Backpacker Lodge, Glenys Mayer, 816 Vernon St, Nelson, BC V1L 4G4, www.white-house.ca [Nov 07]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – For information about the Creative Residences and Workshops at the Banff Centre visit: www.banffcentre.ca/va or contact the Office of the Registrar, Email: arts_info@banffcentre.ca Tel: (403)762-6180, 1-800-565-9989 Fax: (403)762-6345 [May 05]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Video Screening Series - if you have any video or film projects that you would like to submit for consideration for screening please send or drop-off a VHS screening copy to: Cinevic Society of Independent Filmmakers, Xchanges Screening, c/o Passia Pandora, 2022 Douglas St, Victoria, BC V8T 4L1, Tel: (250)389-1590 [Nov 04]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSArt Gallery of Greater Victoria requests submissions from artists and curators for THE LAB, a contemporary art space for presenting challenging and dynamic experimental projects.We welcome all forms of media, performance as well as innovative museological projects that involve the Gallery's permanent collection and engage with the site itself. Go to aggv.bc.ca for complete details, criteria and deadline. [Aug 04]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSDunlop Art Gallery - ongoing, no deadline. Forward SASE, CV, slides to: Curator, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Gallery, P.O. Box 2311, 2311-12th Ave, Regina, SK, S4P 3Z5. [Sept 00]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSArt in Motion invites artists to publish their own open-edition prints. The prints are distributed in over 75 countries to galleries, boutiques, designers and leading home decor and art retailers. For more info visit www.artinmotion.com or call 1-866-523-2631. [Sep 05]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONSCanadian Art Prints invites artists to send samples of work in the form of slides, transparencies, photographs or good quality colour reproductions. Artwork is licensed for products such as wallpaper, puzzles, postage stamps, placemats, etc. New work is reviewed every 6-8 weeks. Submit artwork with SASE to: Production Development Dept., Canadian Art Prints, Inc., #110-6311 Westminster Hwy, Richmond, BC V7C 4V4. Visit www.canadianartprints.com or phone 1-800-663-1166. [Sep 05]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Seattle, WA and STart Roster – Sound Transit's Public Art Program - STart, has established a commissioned artist roster. This is an open call for artists of all media and experience levels to apply and commissions are offered on a project need. Deadline: ongoing. Info at www.soundtransit.org/working/art/howto.asp. [Apr 07]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS – Northwest Artist Registry and Juried Artist Registry – The Northwest Artist Registry is now accepting submissions on an ongoing basis. The curated registry features work from artists within the visual, interdisciplinary, video and design/architecture fields. Artists residing within WA, OR, Idaho and BC are eligible to apply. No cost to apply or join. Deadline: ongoing. Info at registry@nwartistregistry.org or www.nwartistregistry.org. [Apr 07]

  OPPORTUNITIES FOR ARTISTS

The North Vancouver Community Arts Council is seeking 2-D and 3-D artists for upcoming exhibits to be held at the North Vancouver District Hall. The Art in Public Places program celebrates emerging art and artists through a professional exhibit in a public place. All accepted artists must become members of the North Vancouver Community Arts Council. For more information call 604-988-6844. Submissions to North Vancouver Community Arts Council, 335 Lonsdale Ave, North Vancouver, BC V7M 2G3. [Nov 08]

The Kootenay Gallery of Art, History and Science welcomes exhibition proposals from artists and curators. Proposals should include a one-page artist's statement or curatorial premise., CDs, DVDs, slides or photographs of proposed work or works-in-progress, indication of previous work with documentation of all images of works, previous exhibition catalogues, curatorial writing and recent exhibition reviews, an updated curriculum vitae and a self-addressed, stamped envelope (if you wish your materials to be returned). The gallery is divided into two exhibition areas. For further information contact 250-365-3337 or email info@kootenaygallery.com. [Apr 08]

4Culture & Public Art Calls List - A list compiled by Public Art 4Culture provides basic information about current Public Art Calls to Artists as well as current public art opportunities from fellow agencies. Please note: each Call may have specific eligibility requirements including geographic restrictions. Go to www.4culture.org [Dec 07]

CALL FOR APPLICATIONSBANFF CENTRE - Media and visual arts residencies, new works, thematic, self-directed, work study and workshops. Visit: www.banffcentre.ca, E-mail: arts_info@banffcentre.ca.

  WORKSHOPS

Sat & Sun, Feb 21 10am-5pm & Feb 22 12-5pm - FM Transmitter Workshop - Build your own low power FM transmitter to create sound art with Bobbi Kozinuk. Materials cost approx $50. Advance registration required. Phone 604-501-5566 (press 0) or go to www.arts.surrey.ca. Takes place at Surrey Arts Centre/Surrey Art Gallery, 13750 - 88th Ave, Surrey, BC. [Dec 08]

Sat, Feb 28, 12:30-4:30pm - Tancha Dirickson will teach a Mono Printing Workshop. Registration fee: $75 + $25 supplies gallery members and students, $85 + $25 supplies non-members. For information phone (250)493-2928 or go to www.galleries.bc.ca/agso. Penticton Art Gallery, 199 Marina Way, Penticton, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Mar 7, 12:30-4:30pm - Tancha Dirickson will teach a Mono Printing Workshop. Registration fee: $75 + $25 supplies gallery members and students, $85 + $25 supplies non-members. For information phone (250)493-2928 or go to www.galleries.bc.ca/agso. Penticton Art Gallery, 199 Marina Way, Penticton, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Mar 28, 10am-1pm - Julie Castonguay will teach a workshop on Impermanence in nature. Registration fee: $55 members, $65 non-members. Register early as space is limited. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09]

Fri, Apr 3-Sun, Apr 5 - Pat Flynn, a goldsmith, will teach Fabrication Intensive in the Pratt Jewelry & Metals Studio. For information phone (206)328-2200 ext 262 or go to www.pratt.org. Pratt Fine Arts Center, 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA. [Feb 09]

Sat, Apr 4, 10am-1pm - Nicole Dextras will teach a workshop on Ephemeral public art. Registration fee: $55 members, $65 non-members. Register early as space is limited. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09]

Sat, Apr 18, 10am-1pm - Haruko Okano will teach a workshop on Sugar Casting. Registration fee: $55 members, $65 non-members. Register early as space is limited. For information phone (250)352-9813 or go to www.touchstonesnelson.ca. Touchstones Nelson: Museum of Art and History, 502 Vernon St, Nelson, BC. [Feb 09]

Thurs, Apr 23-Sun, Apr 26Karen Willenbrink-Johnsen, who works in sculpted glass, will teach Hot Sculpting Intensive in the Pratt Hot Shop. For information phone (206)328-2200 ext 262 or go to www.pratt.org. Pratt Fine Arts Center, 1902 S Main St, Seattle, WA. [Feb 09]

Sat, July 18-Sun, July 26, 9:am-3:30pm (8-day) or Sat, July 18-Tues, July 21 (4-day) - Toni Onley Artists' Project for Emerging & Professional Artists (formerly the Wells Artists' Project). Participating artists will spend 9 days painting in the IMA studios under the mentorship of two senior artists, John Hall and Harold Klunder. 8-day session $880 Cdn + $44 GST = $924. 4-day session July 18-21 $450 Cdn + $22.50 GST = $472.50. Workshop application deadline: June 15/09. Scholarships available. Scholarship application deadline: May 1/09. For workshop or scholarship information phone 1-800-447-2787 or email: media@imarts.com. [Feb 09] 

OngoingFour Day Watercolour Retreat in the Okanagan painting outdoors. Explore colour theory using the triad concept of three primary colours. This course is for beginners and intermediates. Okanagan Art Workshops and Retreats, Diane Estabrook, BFA, Member of the Federation of Canadian Artists. Call toll free 1-866-494-3923 [Apr 05]

Ongoing – Art Workshops for Teachers. Hands-on art workshops designed specifically for elementary teachers. Innovative and fun lesson plan ideas galore! All supplies included. Contact The Richmond Art Gallery, 7700 Minoru Gate, Richmond, BC Tel: 604-276-4300 www.richmond.ca [Feb 07]

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