Cup of LOVE
The Edge Gallery and Urban Art Centre
611 Main Street
Pottery & ceramics
The Cup of Love Art Show and Sale; Let us fill your cup! Members of Cliftons Studios are sharing their vision of embracing cultural diversity through ceramics, painting, and other art forms, as they fill your Cup with LOVE. Featuring various vessels; mugs, goblets, cups, drinking bowls, teapots etc. Your loving purchase provides you with a free beverage of your choice; coffee, cocoa, juice or soda. We will have; throwing demos taking place at the Edge Gallery, Tarot Card Readings at our opening, and children's books for purchase, by Darla O' Rourke. Best of all, you will have an opportunity to take a photo in our LOVE Cup, thus bringing us full circle, by filling our creative cup, with your LOVE! Loricia Pacholko-Matheson, has designed a life-size paper mache cup for the audience to experience a photo opportunity in. Aligned with the Nuit Blanche theme, the cup will be on display during the show but will hold a special surprise for the gallery opening on the 20th and for Nuit Blanche 28th! You won't want to miss it.
This event is free.
Fri Sep 27
Sat Sep 28
Sun Sep 29
1:00 PM to 9:00 PM
11:00 AM to 11:00 PM
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Those of us participating in the Cup of LOVE Show and Sale are from Clifton Studios; an artist co-operative on Clifton Street. A working art centre for almost 40 years, it has housed an interesting variety of craftspeople. The building was built in 1917 and The first tenants made covers for horse-drawn buggies, and tops for Model T's. Known as Symposium Studios in the 70's, it was where drawing, painting, sculpting, pottery, and art history classes were taught. The following decade it became the "Prairie Clay Company" offering pottery classes, supplying clay and rented studio spaces. In 1986, it became a co-operative, and 587 Clifton Street became "Clifton Studios". The Clifton Gallery is opened spring and winter for open house and sales - http://www.cliftonstudios.ca Most of our members work in clay, but we have a designer, painters, and other media artists as well. Some artists do commission work.
This event is part of a hub:
Organized by Nuit Blanche Winnipeg
Nuit Blanche Winnipeg is a free all-night exploration and celebration of contemporary art that takes place on the Saturday of the Culture Days weekend from dusk to dawn, produced by Culture Days Manitoba and the Winnipeg Arts Council. The e...
611 Main Street
Metered parking every day, but Sunday until 5:30 pm. Saturday 2 free hours.
This event has gender-neutral washrooms.
The event is wheel chair accessible via the MAWA entrance.