Thursday, May 3, 2012

Around town this weekend

My darling husband is returning from Missoula today, and little does he know it, but I've got us booked for a very, very busy weekend of Art Happenings around town...here's what we're up to, if you're a Vancouver local you may want to check these out for yourselves.

Thursday, May 3rd

Guess who's coming to town? Seth Apter will be in Vancouver, BC this evening for his artist talk and book signing. I had the opportunity to meet Seth briefly last year at Art Is...You in Connecticut and see his wonderful artwork up close. It will be great to try and catch up with him again and I'm so looking forward getting my signed copy of his book The Pulse of Mixed Media. Click here for all of the details.





Friday, May 4th

I love downtown Vancouver. I love Art. Put them together, sprinkle in some music, artworks, competitions and auctions from about 80 different artists and you get the 2012 Art Expo! Contact Monika Blichar for tickets and details.







Sunday, May 6th

Dr. Sketchy. What is Dr. Sketchy you ask? Well, it's life drawing with a twist....part art class, part cabaret. The models show up in themed costumes to The Wallflower on Main Street in Vancouver, and during the course of the evening perform a burlesque number of sorts while a group of artists with charcoal, pencils and sketchbooks at the ready begin madly getting their marks down on paper. I haven't done life drawing since my University days so it will be fun to dust off the old sketchbook and try my hand at it again. This month's theme is Beach Blanket Bingo featuring "Coco". Each month there's a new theme, they've had everything from Rio Carnivale to Star Wars to Krampus Kristmas...how could you not have fun? Click here for more details. ...well that's all for now, but I promise to post pics next week!


2 comments:

  1. Hey Andrea,
    Sounds like a great weekend. Enjoy your time with Seth. I've been having a great time sharing his fun.

    Michael's show looked great. I was thrilled to have the opportunity to see it. You guys have to get to Jazzfest one of these years. I look forward to meeting you one of these days. You have a wonderful guy there.

    -Karen

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  2. Hi Karen,
    Would definitely be fabulous to meet you in person sometime, and I would love, love, love to make it to Jazzfest one of these years! I'm glad you got to see Michael's show, I adore seeing his work in person too - photographs can never do them justice. (and I agree with you completely - he is wonderful!)

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