Archive for October, 2009

  • National Post Interview about The Grannies National Post Interview about The Grannies

    Sybil Rampen was interviewed by the National Post Newspaper for  her book 'The Grannies'. It's about a group of eight women who cast aside their knitting to adopt the image of motorcycle riders. In the interview, Sybil talks about how and why sh

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  • Sybil Rampen Interviewed by Toronto Star Sybil Rampen Interviewed by Toronto Star

    Sybil Rampen was recently interviewed by the Toronto Star. In the article, she provides a brief history about her family and her plans for funding the Joshua Creek Arts Centre. Click here

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  • Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre

    Welcome to the Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre. We invite you to visit our establishment to view our current exhibit, meet Sybil and learn about how you can become involved with our community of artists.

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  • World of Threads World of Threads

    Photo by Gareth Bate The World of Threads Festival at Joshua Creek was a great success. The openings on Saturday and Sunday were very well attended and it was especially gratifying to see so many artists in attendance. Take this opportunity to v

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  • Hanging By A Thread Hanging By A Thread

    HANGING BY A THREAD - An exhibition of work by Connections, an International Group of Fibreartists January 16 – February 21, 2010 Crop Circles by Ann Sanders History of Connections Several members of the Canadian Embroiderers' Guild

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  • The Art Of Three Friends The Art Of Three Friends

    THREE FRIENDS: Gordana Brelih, Louise Laroche, Jan Vinnai A roller coaster ride with mixed media in the new gallery. November 29 – January 10, 2010 - Tuesday to Sunday 1pm to 4pm Louise Laroche Jan Vinnai Gordana Brelih

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  • Gone To War And Back Home Gone To War And Back Home

    October 11 to November 22 The Gone To War And Back Home exhibit featured six members of the Calverley family who fought in 3 wars. This exhibit was created by Sybil Rampen - the owner of the gallery and provides a detailed portrait of her fath

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