Wednesday, 21 July 2010

Thirteen moons in Canada

In case anyone happens to be in Canada during August and September:
I have received this flyer by email, but as the message is a bit big for some people's Internet connections, I post the information here.
"Moon Rain Centre presents the international textile arts event, When Thirteen Moons Entwine, which takes place from August 15 to October 10, 2010 in the Gatineau Hills.

When Thirteen Moons Entwine is a professional textile arts event, inspired by the thirteen moons of the lunar calendar. It is an outdoor laboratory that links professional textile artists with emerging artists in the creation of textile arts installations along a scenic walking path at Moon Rain Centre.
 
Throughout this unique and festive event, workshops in textile arts for all ages and levels will be given at Moon Rain Centre, and textile arts exhibitions will be presented in collaboration with major exhibition centres in the Gatineau/Ottawa  region.
 
Moon Rain Centre, directed by professional artist-weaver Thoma Ewen, specializes in community weaving projects and «artists-in-the-schools» projects. Its vision is to share the beauty and mystery of weave. Weaving is a global contemporary metaphor for the interconnections between all living systems of our biosphere.
 
For further information on participating artists, installations in situ, workshops, exhibitions, and for the calendar of events, visit the website at  www.moonrain.ca 
 
(Chance would be a fine thing, methinks)

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