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Artist Panel and Ink Extraction Demonstration


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The Art Centre Powell River Public Gallery

Powell River, BC



Offered in English.

Wheelchair accessible and has gender-neutral washrooms.


THIS EVENT IS COMPLETED: The recorded live stream is available below or on the Youtube link.

This is a live stream of Edward's ink extracting demonstration at the The Art Centre Powell River Public Gallery in British Columbia. It will be a visual presentation of his year long artistic development, and a demonstration of his ink extraction from different plant specimens. The ink paste is utilized for his silkscreen printmaking and drawing on paper and textile.

In addition, Edward will take questions online and from a small local in person audience at the art centre. To register please email the contact listed below.

All in person audience will require to follow the WorkSafeBC Covid-19 Prevention Guideline. This includes wearing a mask and practice physical distancing at all time in the venue. If you are showing symptoms or feeling ill please stay home.


Edward Fu-Chen Juan

Edward’s art practice is silkscreen printmaking on paper with water-based ink extracted from natural ingredients. He is taking endemic flora of chosen region, and extract colour to create ink paste use for silkscreen printmaking. The art works are inspired and limited by the biodiversity of the environment. The process was developed through his cultivation of an ongoing cultural exchange with artisans he has previously worked with in Oaxaca, Mexico. The knowledge of colour extraction was shared with him to merge with his contemporarily printmaking process. It aligns with his passion as a nature lover and appreciation of traditional craftsmanship. Currently Edward resides and works in Vancouver, BC Canada.

The Powell River Council for Arts and Culture is committed to improving the quality of life of all people by supporting diverse, accessible artistic activities.

The Council was established in 2007 and is a non-profit registered BC Society with a volunteer Board of Directors representing a cross section of the community. The City of Powell River generously supports the PRCAC to distribute cash and in kind grants to support local arts, culture and heritage organizations and manage The Art Centre ~ TAC Powell River Public Art Gallery. The Art Centre is located on the traditional territory of the Tla'Amin Nation. TAC has a multidisciplinary exhibition program which is at the core of all activity at the Gallery, directing workshop themes, artist talks, school tours and community outreach.

We advocate for artists, and arts and culture in the qathet region.