Online Course

Registration link: 

webreg.burnaby.ca, barcode: 593870

Edward Peck will be teaching a new course at Shadbolt Centre for the Arts

The course will be two hours in length Starting April 20th and ending June 8th, 2021

Ages: 16 Yrs. and over

Fees: - Adult $130.40 - senior $104.32

Description:

Through walking assignments, composition techniques, in-class discussions, and technical problem-solving, class participants will have the opportunity to develop their way of seeing through the photographic medium, and through this process, the opportunity to develop their artist photographic style and a body of work. Instructor: Ed Peck The instruction will be provided online via Zoom. Google Classroom or Moodle will be used as support by providing a secure and private platform for instructional material, after-class discussion groups, and feedback. Information on connecting with Zoom and links will be emailed. Please make sure the contact information on your City of Burnaby recreation account is up to date including email.

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BLOOM 12 TRANSPLANTED

a Coast Collective Exhibition

Esquimalt Community Arts Hub's Gallery

Works by Edward Peck and Phyllis Schwartz are featured in this show.  Also available in the gallery gift shop are two Sassamatt Publications:  Collaborative Alchemy: Plant Based Visual Arts ($25) and Magic Realism ($20). 

Location

901 Esquimalt Road, BC.

Reception

Saturday, March 27, from 1 to 4 pm.

Gallery and Gift shop hours

Wednesday - Saturday 10 am to 5 pm. from 

The exhibition opens 24 March thru 16 April 2021.

COVID protocols are in place.


Publication of Collaborative Alchemy

The book is available in the following online bookstore, CLICK HERE.

This exhibition catalogue features the works of Pierre Leichner, Edward Peck and Phyllis Schwartz artists whose practice contemplates the full cycle of natural growth and transitions that are in an ever-changing state. They use plant-based materials to create works of art that reflect states of permanence and impermanence. They are choreographers and arrangers who have manipulated natural materials into compositions that challenge the viewer to contemplate form, time, and the ephemeral. 

Current Exhibition

Two works from Phyllis Schwartz and two from Edward Peck are on display at the Vancouver International Airport in the Domestic Terminal. So if you are passing through you will get a peek at four pieces that are also featured in our show during 2019 and 2020.

Publications

Available in our online Bookstore.

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