Student Art Sale Comes Together At ECUAD On Granville Island

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by Michelle SprouleHead down to Granville Island this weekend and hit the annual student art sale at Emily Carr. Not only are the walls of the Concourse Gallery packed with photographs, paintings, drawings and prints, but there are also massive tables set up to display ceramics, toys, jewellery and textiles. If you’re like me and not at all flush with cash this is your chance to swoop in and score some original works from local artists before they’re established and their prices climb beyond reach. Who knows what diamonds you might find? We snuck in yesterday to take a few shots as the show was being put together. Take a look…

  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
  • ECUAD student art sale 2016
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Nov. 25-27 | 12pm-5pm (8pm on Friday) | Emily Carr University of Art & Design | DETAILS

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