Fraser Valley Potters Guild: Clay Explorations; Elmira Habibullah: Grasping the Moment; Yandy Chau: Laces of Community
Fraser Valley Potters Guild: Clay Explorations
Members were encouraged to explore new areas in their practice that would test their technical, design or conceptual abilities for this annual exhibition. The show includes work 43 guild members and was juried by Robin Dupont.
Elmira Habibullah: Grasping the Moment
Habibullah’s work draws attention to memory and loss of culture through her exploration of cultural identity that units technical traditional Middle-East ceramic art and contemporary art.
Yandy Chau: Laces of Community
A new body of work showcasing a blend of clay monoprints and mixed media, which incorporate community engagement activities by finding commonalities and building trust to step together as a community.
Yandy Chau and Elmira Habibullah were awarded Port Moody Arts Centre’s Kwi Am Choi Exhibition Scholarship in December 2017. The award was established to provide encouragement and support to emerging artists by furthering the skills and experiences of student artists, expanding their artistic careers, and enabling them to better promote their work by covering the costs of mounting a solo exhibition of their work at the Port Moody Arts Centre. Both of these artists received their BFA in Spring 2018. Chau graduated from ECUAD and Habibullah from SFU.
Artists will be in attendance, refreshments served. No host wine bar.
Port Moody Arts Centre
2425 St Johns Street,
Port Moody, BC, V3H 2B2