My experience with an Artist in Schools Grant

My experience with an Artist in Schools Grant

Submitted by: Kara Perpelitz, SCC member and fibre artist Late last year, a friend of mine (who happens to be a teacher in our local school), Jessica Lepitzki, approached me about teaching a class of grade 8 & 9 students to spin, dye, and weave. The thought...
Photographic Phantasmagoria – Curatorial Statement

Photographic Phantasmagoria – Curatorial Statement

  Phantasmagoria was originally the name of a London exhibition in 1802, consisting of optical illusions produced chiefly by magic lantern (image projector). In current use, “phantasmagoria” refers to a sequence of real or imaginary images like those seen in a...
Black and White Photography: Pinhole Photography

Black and White Photography: Pinhole Photography

Written by: Kaitlyn Frolek, Gallery Assistant   To read Part 1 of this series on black and white photography click here. Pinhole photography: I absolutely love it! Part of the attraction to the process of this type of photography is that you are able to create...
Canadian Crafts Federation Conference 2015: Part 1

Canadian Crafts Federation Conference 2015: Part 1

Canadian Crafts Federation Conference: Quebec City, September 24-27, 2015 by Vivian Orr, Saskatchewan Craft Council, Communications & Publications Coordinator   Just a few weeks ago, Carmen (SCC Executive Director), David Freeman (SCC Board Member and CCF...
Curatorial Statement: Clay Studio Three 40th Anniversary Exhibition

Curatorial Statement: Clay Studio Three 40th Anniversary Exhibition

Submitted by: Maia Stark & Leslie Potter, SCC Exhibitions & Education Coordinators   “When Clay Studio Three approached us for an exhibition to celebrate their 40th Anniversary, we thought it would be especially fitting considering the SCC was also...