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Wed, May 24

The Big Print Jazz Project Art Auction

Performance Works
FREE

Time 7:00 pm

 

 
 

In support of the Coastal Foundation for the Performing Arts

Canapes & cash bar
With live jazz music featuring Rusty and the Moonlighters
Bid on limited edition 4 x 8' prints and woodblocks in our blind silent auction

RSVP by May 19 to rsvp@coastaljazz.ca.

Artists include: Mariko Ando, Leonard Brett, Bobbie Burgers, Taiga Chiba, Ben Duncan, Ian Forbes, Saskia Jetten, Barbara Klunder, Arnold Shives, Kelly Shpeley, Tracey Tarling, and Richard Tetrault

Preview prints and wood blocks on May 23, 3-7pm at Performance Works

Last summer, as a part of our festival, a team of volunteers, artists and professional printmakers celebrated the art of large-scale woodcut printing using a steamroller as a press. Elevating relief printmaking to an epic art form, twelve artists were engaged in reflecting themes of music and the city. The artists carved the blocks, and the works were printed in small editions in a public performance atmosphere. 

The resulting suite of unique 4’ x 8’ woodprints on cloth and on paper were displayed onsite, as they came off the press and are now available for purchase in our fundraiser. 

Jointly organized by the Coastal Foundation for the Performing Arts and Creative Cultural Collaborations Society.

 
 

Wed, May 24

The Big Print Jazz Project Art Auction

Performance Works
FREE

Time 7:00 pm

 

In support of the Coastal Foundation for the Performing Arts

Canapes & cash bar
With live jazz music featuring Rusty and the Moonlighters
Bid on limited edition 4 x 8' prints and woodblocks in our blind silent auction

RSVP by May 19 to rsvp@coastaljazz.ca.

Artists include: Mariko Ando, Leonard Brett, Bobbie Burgers, Taiga Chiba, Ben Duncan, Ian Forbes, Saskia Jetten, Barbara Klunder, Arnold Shives, Kelly Shpeley, Tracey Tarling, and Richard Tetrault

Preview prints and wood blocks on May 23, 3-7pm at Performance Works

Last summer, as a part of our festival, a team of volunteers, artists and professional printmakers celebrated the art of large-scale woodcut printing using a steamroller as a press. Elevating relief printmaking to an epic art form, twelve artists were engaged in reflecting themes of music and the city. The artists carved the blocks, and the works were printed in small editions in a public performance atmosphere. 

The resulting suite of unique 4’ x 8’ woodprints on cloth and on paper were displayed onsite, as they came off the press and are now available for purchase in our fundraiser. 

Jointly organized by the Coastal Foundation for the Performing Arts and Creative Cultural Collaborations Society.