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posted by Zoe Blunt on Dec 4, 2013 - View profile


This Art Show Stops Pipelines

Arts, crafts, and bake sale to benefit Unis'tot'en Camp and

- 10:00pm
Thursday December 5 2013

Venue: Oddfellows Hall
Address: 1315 Douglas St, between Yates and Johnson
Cost: Free, all ages
Accessibility: Fully accessible

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Free, all ages. Fine arts, hand-made crafts, amazing gifts, delicious goodies. Silent auction, live auction & giveaways. Benefit for Unis'tot'en Camp and VIC FAN's indigenous solidarity projects. Online catalog:

- Anne Hansen's "lost" Oystercatcher (an early canvas) and Steller's Jays #15
- Alison Acker, Raging Granny quilter and teddy-bear artist
- Franke B. James' mounted print "Proud to be on Harper's Enemy List"
- Carol Nikolaisen, stone carver
- Tobias Tomlinson, ceramic artist
- Nancy Crozier, stone sculptor
- Bill Davidson, mandala printmaker
- Juan Martinez, silkscreen printmaker
- TJ Watt, landscape photographer
- Annie Banks, linocut lithographer
- and many more.

Meet like-minded activists, local artists and crafters. Enjoy fresh-baked goodies, coffee, tea, and cocoa.

Support the Caravan to Unis'tot'en Camp, the indigenous blockade of tarsands and fracking pipelines in Northern BC. Unis'tot'en Camp is building log cabins and pit houses on their land in the path of the Northern Gateway and Pacific Trail pipelines.

Organizer:Zoe 250-813-3569

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