“I’m excited to show new and existing work, meet art lovers and maybe have a painting or two…and North Point is a great show.” – it’s a cool place, and the sound of the brewery is perfect for my life. styles, says Alex Asai – a young artist who participates in area 46, North Shore Point Brewery.
Artist Danyne Johnston, who participates in location 22, 195 Studios, has participated in the North Shore Art Crawl for more than six years.
“I’m really excited to open the studio doors and welcome the public,” says Johnston. should search it for new pieces and force the good studio to be cleaned!”
Nancy Cottingham Powell, Executive Director of North Van Arts says: “Traditionally, the North Shore Art Crawl has taken place the first two weeks of March. This year we are excited to move our event to the fall, to join the artistic season. and growing. With over 150 artists participating in 88 locations this year, we invite the public to stop by a local business or gallery, meet the artists, view exhibits, or try their hand at yours in creative work, while learning about the artistic community on the North Shore.”
North Van Arts is a nonprofit, community-based, charitable cultural organization committed to fostering the fundamental value of the arts in all disciplines. Its mission is to support emerging and emerging artists in all fields, bridge cultures, and build strong and healthy communities through the arts.
Learn more at https://northvanarts.ca/north-shore-art-crawl/.
Post sponsored by North Van Arts.