In collaboration with the Vancouver Fibreshed Community, I’ve exhibited a series of demonstrations on spinning, needle felting and more. If you would like a hands-on spinning, weaving, knitting or felting exhibit at your event, please contact me via email by visiting this link.
Open Houses- the last Saturday of every month in 2015 and 2016, 11-2pm.
About the Imaginarium: Through a series of workshops, scavenger hunts and activities, artists Emily Smith, Francoise Thibault and Zee Kesler engage the public in creative exercises designed to collect stories, document history and build playful connections between neighbours of all ages and cultures. In our workshops, we explore art making as a means of self expression in order to create a new understanding and appreciation of Trout Lake’s natural ecology, environment and neighbourhood as a place of wonder and inspiration.
Capilano River Regional Park
Cleveland Dam, Capilano Road, North Vancouver
Music in the Park takes place at Cleveland Park in North Vancouver and features local, up-and coming musicians and artist demos against the stunning background of the North Vancouver Mountains and Capilano Lake.
Emery Barnes Park
The “Gathering Festival” is a multidimensional and multi-day community festival that celebrates the diversity and unique make up of Vancouver’s Downtown South with four weeks of free public art workshops and programs leading to three days of celebrations at Emery Barnes Park (Davie and Seymour St.) around the summer solstice.
Maker Faire is the Greatest Show (and Tell) on Earth—a family-friendly showcase of invention, creativity and resourcefulness, and a celebration of the Maker movement. It’s a place where people show what they are making, and share what they are learning.
The Eastside Culture Crawl is an annual 4-day visual arts festival in November that involves artists on Vancouver’s Eastside opening their studio to the public. The event is focused on the area bounded by Main St., 1st Ave., Victoria Drive, and the Waterfront and involves painters, jewelers, sculptors, furniture makers, weavers, potters, printmakers, photographers, glassblowers; from emerging artists to those internationally established.