Bright Nights YYC

February 18, 2020

February 18, 2020

Free for Members, By donation for General Public

cSPACE King Edward, 1721 29 Ave SW, Calgary

5873910129

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Events Description

 

BRIGHT NIGHTS YYC
A conversation with Bill Morton and Judy Allen

Free for Members
By Donation for General Public

Join us for a conversation with artists and educators, Bill Morton and Trudie Allen.

About Bill Morton – Since 1926 AUArts has been a major contributor to Canada’s visual culture – in large part to the caliber of its faculty. Case in point is Bill Morton, artist and teacher, who after graduating from the Alberta College of Art (1967) went on to a become the apprentice of a Master Dyer in Japan for 10 years. Bill returned to Calgary in 1983 and has never ceased to inspire students with his knowledge of textiles.

Bill Morton’s work is collected and shown in the United States, Japan, China, and Canada. Bill was awarded the Alberta University of the Arts Alumni Award in 2019.

About Trudie Allen – Trudie Allen taught at the Native Arts and Culture Program at Portage College for over twenty years. She began teaching at Portage College in Lac La Biche in 1997 and retired in 2018. She identifies as Blackfoot and a member of the Blood tribe. Trudie is truly a lifelong maker, she began bead working and sewing at three years of age.

Bill Morton and Trudie Allen are part of the current exhibition on display, Cultivate | Instigate.

Event is free for members of the Alberta Craft Council and pay-what-you-can for the public. Cash bar.

Who is it for?

Adults

HOW MUCH

Tickets : Free for Members, By donation for General Public

How to get tickets?

Email: jill@albertacraft.ab.ca

At the door: No Tickets Required

WHEN & WHERE

 

Date: Tuesday February 18, 2020

Artist Talk | 7-9pm
Gallery Tour with Artists | 9-10pm

Venue & Address

cSPACE King Edward – Tree House, 4th Floor, 1721 29 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2T 6T7

Wheelchair accessible

Free Parking

Street Parking

Accessible by Public Transport

Street Parking | TRANSIT: Calgary Transit’s #6, 7 and 107 bus routes all stop nearby.

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