Burnt Toast Studio Social Issues Poster Show
to Apr 3

Burnt Toast Studio Social Issues Poster Show

Burnt Toast Studio presents
The Social Issues Poster Show and Trivia night

Come support Calgary artists, designers and learn about some social issues that affect us all!

April 2nd 2019
Broken City - 613 11 Ave SW, Calgary.
6:30pm - late. Poster Show and Artist Mingle
7:30pm - late Trivia
Entry- min 4.00
Posters - 30.00
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Art by:
Jane Trash
Shauna Hartsook (left cover image)
Christina Krentz
Kristina Van Westenbrugge
Kaitlynn Copithorne
Iris Wong
James Thompson
Hamburger Hands
Mason Hastie
Chris Zajko (right cover image)
Eric Heitmann
Alden Alfon
Nasarimba Art
Derek Simmers
Karolina & Katarzyna Gajewska

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CAAF Residency Open Studio
4:00 PM16:00

CAAF Residency Open Studio

CAAF’s current artist resident, Kaitlynn Copithorne, will host an Open Studio on the 4th floor of cSPACE in Suite #435. Kaitlynn Copithorne's illustrative work focuses on traditional folklore and the intersection of the supernatural world and the mundane, with a particular fascination with the witchcraft traditions of Early Modern Europe.

Held in conjunction with Alberta Culture Days | Calgary
this event is free and open to the public. Thank you to Alberta Culture Days and the Government of Alberta for supporting this event. #ABCultureDays

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ARTBREAKERS Illustration Market 2018
to Sep 23

ARTBREAKERS Illustration Market 2018

The ArtBreakers Market is a two-day exhibit of over 40 professional illustrators and designers with original and printed work for sale. 

Our artist roster for 2018 features artists from Vancouver, Canada, and abroad. Each individual brings a unique approach to image making, be it traditional, digital, or a combination of the two. From illustrators to animators, comic creators to concept artists, ArtBreakers exhibitors are the cream of the crop.

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CAAF Artist in Residence
to Oct 31

CAAF Artist in Residence

Kaitlynn Copithorne’s illustrative work focuses on traditional folklore and the intersection of the supernatural world and the mundane. Her intent for the duration her residency is to create an original illustrated storybook that will be hand bound, with the text and illustrations created entirely by silkscreen printing. The book will be thematically based on the folklore and tradition of witchcraft in Early Modern Britain, and will feature characters based on animals traditionally associated with witches.

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