“Summer in the Cove” is this season’s “Pop-Up” shop at Artemis, created by Susan Rosenberg of RoseHill Bedding & Bath. The space at the gallery has been re-imagined with fine imported linens, lotions & tinctures, lounge-ware, and designer items for your home.
Zak Sarwari is our “artist in residence” for the month of May. Come by for a visit & watch as he transforms his black & white photographs of local scenes into something magical…
Katherine Garratt’s bold new series of figurative / expressionist paintings, inspired by world mythology.
Opening Reception: March 5th, 2 pm to 5pm.
Exhibition Hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 12 to 5pm / Thursday, 12 to 3pm Closed on Mondays
Friends of Artemis ~ local artists & artisans ~ have come together to create this special presentation for the Season. Textile arts, ceramics, cards, prints & paintings, decorations, jewelry, candles and more…
Come by for a cup of tea, and good cheer !
Open daily from 11am to 6pm
ONE DAY WATERCOLOUR WORKSHOP – All levels welcome!
With Artist / Instructor ENDA BARDELL
All day workshop: Saturday, November 21, from 10am – 4pm
ARTEMIS GALLERY, 4390 Gallant Avenue, in picturesque Deep Cove, North Vancouver BC V7G 1L2
This workshop encourages students to discover their potential, finding solutions, and learning new techniques, keeping their work loose, while focusing on composition and values. Expressionist Style!
To register or for more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 604 329 1149.
*INVOKING MEMORY ~ MBIRA EVENT*
Saturday November 14, at 8pm (doors open at 7)
ARTEMIS GALLERY 4390 Gallant Ave, Deep Cove, N. Van,
Featuring ERICA AZIM playing mbira and sharing songs and culture of Zimbabwe.
Mbira is a sacred music which connects the living with those who have departed from the physical plane – thus this event in connection with this time of remembrance. This is an mbira concert and space will be provided to be creative. Create an image, write poetry, knit, …or sing song, dance or listen deeply. Bring an image of a departed loved one if you feel you want to share memory in your experience. Erica Azim will play mbira and lead singing.
All donations will go to the MBIRA Musicians Fund, and will be distributed to over 200 Zimbabwean traditional musicians who earn less than $100 in 2014. Suggested donation $20 and upward.
WEEKEND MBIRA WORKSHOP
Fri. Nov 13–8pm, Sat Nov 14-all day, & Sun Nov 15-to 5pm
All levels welcome, no experience required, instruments available to use during the workshop. USD$300 includes 3 day workshop with instruction by Erica, cooked vegetarian meals, Saturday night mbira event and sleeping space for those that need it. NOTE: Workshop held at 2057 Panorama Dr. N Van.
For more info contact Natalie 778-833-4088 or Chris 604-929-8757 or register through http://www.mbira.org