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Blim | Gallery/Shop/Institution | Established in 2003 at the top of the BCER building then migrating to Mount Pleasant before settling in the heart of Chinatown, Blim is an innovative, independent arts and crafts facility that hosts events, workshops, and a retail outlet for local artisans. “Think of it as both a resource and platform for artists, a non-funded arts facility and small business run by and for artists”.

Usage: “I made this crazy tie-dyed cat shirt for you at Blim.”

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