The 2021 Eastside Culture Crawl's open studio festival component runs from Thursday to Sunday (November 18 to 21).
More than 400 artists, designers, and crafts people are participating. Below, you can check out some articles about selected artists.
Don't forget to also check out our Eastside Culture Crawl Guide.
Eastside Culture Crawl Nov 18
The Vancouver artist sometimes makes use of jewel tones and a palette knife to inject energy and texture into her paintings. Eastside Culture Crawl Nov 17
He has a simple philosophy when it comes to paintings: whatever he lets out the door must be a work of art that he would happily hang on his own wall. Arts Features Nov 17
She not only doesn’t put titles to her abstract works but she stopped going to galleries when she took up painting so she doesn’t get influencd by the styles of other artists. Eastside Culture Crawl Nov 17
She says that she encounters many “urban wolves” when she walks from her West End home to her Downtown Eastside studio. Eastside Culture Crawl Nov 16
Painter and sculpture learned the language of the supernatural as a young girl. Eastside Culture Crawl Nov 16
Her company name, MaddlesMade, came from a nickname for Madeleine that her mother gave her as a child growing up in Melbourne, Australia. Eastside Culture Crawl Nov 15
Breck is taking part in this weekend's Eastside Culture Crawl. Arts Features Nov 4
Even though it receives no federal funding, it has become a landmark event on Vancouver's artistic calendar.