(Play)ground: A space for exploration

March 28th - April 25th 2019

Port Moody Arts Centre

2425 Saint Johns Street, Port Moody

The Vancouver Metal Arts Association, with the support of the Craft Council of British Columbia, will be hosting this national exhibition at the Port Moody Arts Centre.

Opening Reception: March 28th @ 6-8pm

Mon, Wed, Fri 12pm-8pm

Tue & Thurs 10am - 8pm

Sat & Sun 10am - 4pm


From the Studio: Connections

May 4th - 8th

Visual Space Gallery

3352 Dunbar Street, Vancouver, BC

Visual Space Gallery, with the support of the Crafted Vancouver.

Opening Reception: Saturday May 4th

Hours 12-5pm

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Pin&Post VMAA Brooch and Earring Exhibition

May 8-11, 2019

Vancouver Metal Arts Association, with the support of the Craft Council of BC will be hosting a POP-UP exhibition: Pin & Post as part of Crafted Vancouver- Meet the Maker Event at Heritage Hall.


3 Card Draw - a design game

May 23-June 21, 2019

Invitational Exhibition at the Silk Weaving Studio, Granville Island, Vancouver, BC.

Opening Thursday May 23





Chicago Ill, 2018

Sculptural Objects Functional Art, Represented by Galerie Noel Guyomarc'h.



Vancouver, Canada 2018

Visual Space Gallery

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Vancouver Metal Arts Association, Adorned Spaces, Society of North American Goldsmiths Conference, Portland, ON, USA.


Can Craft?

Craft Can!


National Craft Exhibition, Canadian Craft Biennale, Museum of Burlington, ON, Canada.

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Ring Re::Form

Circle Craft Gallery

February 28, 2014- March 25, 2014

Curators: Barbara Cohen and Lawrence Woodford

Thirty artists across Canada were invited to create art rings from non-precious materials.

In this exhibition of over 100 rings, art jewellers ask us to rethink our concepts of personal adornment.

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Museum of Vancouver: Art of Craft

January 14 - April 11, 2010

Presented with Vancouver 2010 Cultural Olympiad.

Celebrating the exuberance, inventiveness and refinement of fine craft at this exhibition of work from Canada and the Republic of Korea.

Presented by Museum of Vancouver in partnership with Craft Council of British Columbia, Canadian Craft Federation, Korean Craft Museum, and the 2009 Cheongju International Craft Biennale.