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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    Quebec but whose pieces demand are continuously increasing Indeed they are for all Wilson s pieces stand apart by their simplicity the emphasis put on the line itself and their surface treatment but also because she manages to keep a smaller production insisting on each pieces singular qualities than on serial production JANE WILSON ARTIST STATEMENT I think of clay as a touchstone linking different worlds and traditions Making pots

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    they were stored as records of a vanishing way of life and held as image banks for the print programme Only recently did they become objects of exhibition Furthermore prior to the 1990 s the landscape was featured as a simple backdrop to daily life True landscape only started to appear about 25 years ago when it became the subject of serious study In this outstanding drawing exhibition by contemporary

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    by nature as well as by the art of the Amerindian peoples of Québec and of Canada s west coast He uses this inspiration to explore the infinite expressive possibilities of wood Comingled with his passion for flora and fauna these sources of inspiration stimulate both his imagination and his creativity His research and exploration around a vapor based wood folding technique a technique that is avant garde and non

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    PON Glass artist June 6 to July 6 CLAUDIO PINO Jeweller July 17 to August 10 FIRST PEOPLES FESTIVAL Ginette Aubin printmaker September 19 to October 19 MATTHIEU HUCK Ceramist September 27 28 JOURNÉES DE LA CULTURE October 5 LECTURE Icons and et iconography Moderated by Dr Cornett Jacques Newashish Ginette Aubin Christine Sioui Denis Charette October 16 to November 2 CAPE DORSET PRINTS October 31 to November 30 ÉRIC

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Exhibitions
    the Kinngait Studios and presents three 3 newcomers Some of the artists are inspired by traditional themes while others are inspired by contemporary ones to create works imbued with style and sensitivity in a limited edition of only 50 prints Sadly this year marked the death of Kenojuak Ashevak an icon of Inuit art and a mainstay of the annual collection for over 50 years She was not only a brilliant artist but an inspiring and positive There are 7 prints by this remarkable woman in this year s collection Kenojuak signed two of them the others were signed posthumously by her daughter Silaqqi Ashevak This is a unique opportunity to discover one of the most highly anticipated art events of the Fall featuring Inuit culture constantly in evolution and expressed in a completely contemporary style Saimaiyou Akesuk Qavavau Manumie Pitaloosie Saila Kenojuak Ashevak Ohotaq Mikkigak Nicotye Samayualie Siassie Kenneally Malaija Pootoogook Ningeokuluk Teevee Tim Pitsiulak Papiara Tukiki PREVIEW October 16 October 17 10 00 a m to 6 00 p m SALE Friday October 18 9 00 a m EXHIBITION Until November 2 2013 Due to the demand for these graphics clients will be served in numerical order Numbers

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art
    30 2012 08 15 CHRISTINE SIOUI WAWANOLOATH MASKS DRAWINGS AND OTHER LAUGHING SPIRITS FROM JULY 18 TO AUGUST 11 2012 2012 07 13 MOVING FROM CENTRE AUDREY KILLORAN CERAMIST FROM JUNE 2 TO 30 2012 2012 05 28 FORTY YEARS OF INUIT TAPESTRIES FROM PANGNIRTUNG 1972 2012 FROM APRIL 26 TO JUNE 2 2012 OPENING SATURDAY APRIL 28 AT 2 00PM LECTURE DONALD STUART SATURDAY APRIL 28 AT 1 00 P M 2012 04 12 GEORGE HUNTER FINE ART PRINTS THE EVERYDAY LIFE OF THE INUIT IN 1946 FEBRUARY 16 TO MARCH MARS 17 2012 EXTENDED UNTIL MARCH 31st 2012 02 03 2012 01 16 CONTEMPORARY REFLECTIONS METAL PAPER STONE NOVEMBER 19 TO DECEMBER 31 2011 2011 11 11 CAPE DORSET 2011 ANNUAL PRINT COLLECTION From October 19 to november 5 2011 2011 10 11 BLACK AND ALMOST WHITE AGGIE BEYNON JEWELLER FROM OCTOBER 6 TO NOVEMBER 5 2011 The artist will be present Saturday October 8 from 2 00 to 4 00 p m 2011 10 03 LES JOURNÉES DE LA CULTURE COME TO VISIT OUR PERMANENT COLLECTION OF INUIT AND FIRST NATIONS ART Friday September 30 and Saturday October 1st 2011 2011 09 27 BUSH COUTURE AN HAUTE COUTURE COLLECTION BY DENE ARTIST D ARCY MOSES FROM SEPTEMBER 29 TO NOVEMBER 5 2011 Meet the artist Saturday October 1st from 2 00 to 4 00 p m 2011 09 20 2011 08 10 OUVERTURE ISABELLE MOUGEOT AND BERTRAND CASAUBON FROM APRIL 14 TO MAY 14 2011 Vernissage April 16 at 2 00 pm The artists will be present 2011 04 06 JAPONICA EXTENSION UNTIL APRIL 2nd 2011 2011 03 18 JAPONICA FROM FEBRUARY 17 TO MARCH 19 2011 Vernissage February 17 at 5 30 PM The artists will be present 2011 02 02 THE PANGNIRTUNG 2010 PRINT COLLECTION HAS ARRIVED 2011 01 12 THE PANGNIRTUNG 2010 PRINT COLLECTION HAS ARRIVED 2010 12 02 INUIT SCULPTURES AND DRAWINGS NOVEMBER 18 TO DECEMBER 31 2010 2010 11 11 2010 09 29 WELCOMING EARTH AN EXHIBITION BY THE CERAMIST MARTINE THÉRIEN FROM SEPTEMBER 23 TO OCTOBER 30 2010 09 15 GLASS AN ART TO DISCOVER From June 15 to December 31 2010 2010 07 03 2010 04 27 2010 03 16 2010 01 06 2009 11 20 2009 11 03 2009 09 20 2009 05 22 2009 03 16 CRISS CROSS FROM FEBRUARY 19 TO MARCH 14 2009 2009 02 09 2009 01 10 2008 11 05 2008 10 02 ÉLISABETH WANNAZ TÊTE EN FEU TÊTE EN FEUTRE SEPTEMBER 25 TO OCTOBER 25 2008 Vernissage October 2 at 5 30 p m 2008 09 12 2008 07 08 RELIEF MAY 30 JUNE 28 2008 2008 05 23 2008 04 17 2008 03 13 2008 01 08 The 101 KILOMETRE SILK ROAD 6 collections 42 one of a kind scarves LOUIS HAINS NOVEMBER 15 TO DECEMBER 29 2007 11 08 CAPE DORSET ANNUAL PRINT COLLECTION 2007 2007 10 16 PERSPECTIVES Raku by the ceramist CAROL ROSSMAN OCTOBER 13 TO NOVEMBER 10 2007

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Credits
    hosting Onirix Services Internet Graphic design Yannick Fortin Communications e marketing Photography Julie Lafleur Marie Claude Vallerand Proofreading Marie Christine Picard English translation Vox Scriptoris Credits Terms of use All

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  • Guilde canadienne des métiers d'art - Terms of use
    permissions stated in the current Agreement or on the Site prior to receiving written permission from the Canadian Guild of Crafts Without limitation to the generality of the foregoing the pictures of people and places found on the Site are property of or used under permission by the Canadian Guild of Crafts Usage of these pictures is forbidden to the User unless specified in the current Agreement or accordingly to any other specific permission found on the Site Trademarks All trademarks names and logos found on the Site hereinafter defined as the Trademarks be they registered or not are property of the Canadian Guild of Crafts and or of a third party Usage of the Trademarks on the Site is not to be interpreted as an award of a licence or right of usage of the Trademarks under any circumstance Any usage of the Trademarks must first be approved by the Canadian Guild of Crafts or by any third party detaining the rights on said Trademarks Accordingly usage of the Trademarks or of any other content provided on the Site with the exception of the permissions stated in the current Agreement is expressly forbidden Confidential and exclusive information Notwithstanding the fact that the Canadian Guild of Crafts appreciates your interest in its work the Canadian Guild of Crafts does not wish to obtain confidential or exclusive information via the Site The User must note that any information communication or content sent to the Canadian Guild of Crafts by E mail or by any other means of contact including any data question commentary suggestion or any other similar information will be deemed as non confidential and not of the User s property By sending any information or content to the Canadian Guild of Crafts the User consents that the Canadian Guild

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